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v.1

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  1. see.

Origin of v.1

From the Latin word vidē

v.2

  1. valve.
  2. (in personal names) van.
  3. vector.
  4. vein.
  5. ventral.
  6. verb.
  7. verse.
  8. version.
  9. verso.
  10. versus.
  11. very.
  12. vicar.
  13. vice.
  14. village.
  15. violin.
  16. vision.
  17. vocative.
  18. voice.
  19. volt.
  20. voltage.
  21. volume.
  22. (in personal names) von.

V.1

  1. see.

Origin of V.1

From the Latin word vidē

V.2

  1. valve.
  2. Venerable.
  3. verb.
  4. verse.
  5. version.
  6. versus.
  7. very.
  8. Vicar.
  9. vice.
  10. Village.
  11. violin.
  12. Virgin.
  13. Viscount.
  14. vision.
  15. visual acuity.
  16. vocative.
  17. volume.
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British Dictionary definitions for v.

v.

abbreviation for
  1. verb
  2. verse
  3. version
  4. verso
  5. (usually italic) versus
  6. very
  7. vide
  8. vocative
  9. volume
  10. von

V.

abbreviation for
  1. Venerable
  2. (in titles) Very
  3. (in titles) Vice
  4. Viscount
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