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Weaver may refer to:
- A person who engages in weaving fabric
- Ploceidae, the bird family
- Crevice weaver spider family
- Orb-weaver spider family
- Weever (or weever-fish)
- Weaver, Alabama, USA
- Weaver, Arizona, USA
- Weaver, Indiana, U.S.
- Weaver, Minnesota, USA
- Weaver, New Brunswick, Canada
- Weaver, West Virginia, USA
- Weavers' Way, a long footpath, or trail, in Norfolk, England
- River Weaver in England
- Weaver Hills in Staffordshire, England
- Weaver's Mill Covered Bridge in Pennsylvania, USA
- Weavers, New South Wales, Australia
- Weaver building, Swansea
- Weaver Settlement, Nova Scotia
- Weaver (surname)
- Weaver stance, a two-handed stance for use when firing handguns
- The Weavers, a folk music group formed in 1947 by Ronnie Gilbert, Lee Hays, Fred Hellerman and Pete Seeger
- The Weavers (1905 film), a silent, black and white documentary film made in 1905 by the Balkan film pioneers the Manaki brothers
- The Weavers, English title of Die Weber, a play by Gerhart Hauptmann
- Weaver, an abandoned ghost town in the 2002 film, Disappearance (film)
- Weaver (Stephen Baxter), the fourth novel in Baxter's Time's
- Weaver, a style of mount used to attach a scope to a firearm or crossbow "see weaver rail mount"
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