- a combining form meaning “bird,” used in the formation of compound words: aviculture.
Origin of avi-
< Latin, combining form of avis
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Examples from the Web for avi
Avi Zenilman, a student in Baltimore, channeled his Instagram rage into an act of social media rebellion.August Is the Cruelest Month—If You’re On Instagram
August 8, 2013
Major General Avi Zamir was so peeved that he reportedly called a boycott of Refaeli-endorsed products.Bar Refaeli In Trouble With Israeli Army
March 21, 2013
The full document is quoted in a new book by Avi Raz, The Bride and the Dowry, complete with the typing errors I then made.My Father's Peace Proposal
November 9, 2012
Homefront Defense Minister Avi Dichter blasts Tzipi Livni, says her "resume doesn't include one decision she has made."Americans In Israel Have Mitt's Back
November 7, 2012
More recently, a dispute between him and Paperboy producer Avi Lerner, which yielded mutual accusations of racism, went viral.Lee Daniels: Cannes Film Festival’s Mischief Maker
May 27, 2012
The termination “avi,” “avia,” must then be the same as “ovia” (see p. 94).In Northern Mists (Volume 1 of 2)
I will try to run to Avi-'itšôrinyêne and there I will be free.
Then, when she came to Avi-'itšôrinyêne, she threw the bone up, and they all stopped.
We now began industriously to collect material for a knowledge of the avi- and mammal-fauna of the region.The Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe, Volume I and Volume II
They came to Avi-'itšierqe and stood there and saw their mountains, their own place, the Providence mountains.