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Ve

[ve] /vɛ/
noun, Scandinavian Mythology.
1.
a brother of Odin.

've

1.
contraction of have:
I've got it. We've been there.
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  • "Ve'Ve got summat, at last," said the Tinker, with a self-applauding glance at his friends.

    Auriol W. Harrison Ainsworth
  • They want to be home, of course, so they Ve taken eVery man on the place to help.

    The Moving Finger Mary Gaunt
  • Dear Man, I cant bear to think how ill you Ve been—and all the time I neVer knew it.

    Daddy Long-Legs Jean Webster
  • I had neVer seen you afore, and Ve vas a going to crack a swell's crib.

    Paul Clifford, Complete Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  • "Ve didn't expect you here to-day," said the member for Staines.

    The Way We Live Now Anthony Trollope
  • This is the first chance I Ve eVer had to get acquainted with Jerusha Abbott.

    Daddy Long-Legs Jean Webster
  • I vas not strong enough to carry Pertrand; he could not valk no more; but Ve haf ein pig lot trunken.

British Dictionary definitions for Ve

ve

abbreviation
1.
Venezuela

've

contraction
1.
have: I've, you've
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