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v.1

1.
see.
Origin of v.1
From the Latin word vidē

v.2

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(in personal names) van.
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vein.
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verb.
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very.
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vice.
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volt.
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(in personal names) von.

V.1

1.
see.
Origin
From the Latin word vidē

V.2

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verb.
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very.
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vice.
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visual acuity.
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British Dictionary definitions for v.

v.

abbreviation
1.
verb
2.
verse
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version
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verso
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(usually italic) versus
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very
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vide
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vocative
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volume
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von

V.

abbreviation
1.
Venerable
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(in titles) Very
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(in titles) Vice
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Viscount
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