For example, vaccinia immune globulin, or vig, is stored and ready for the next person who becomes ill from smallpox vaccine.
Drtt thotti sa dauglingr vera quado meth gumnom god-r kominn; sialfr gecc visi or vig thrimo ungum fra itrlauc grami.
Mind you, it ain't no vig'lance committee, but a mob, that's got him.
A vig'lance committee is the coolest kind of comin' together of the integrity an' the brains of a commoonity.
short for vigorish, a small fee charged to a buyer or seller by a third-party
Profits of a bookmaker, a usurer, a criminal conspirator, a casino, etc: I'm not nailing you no vig for last week/ About 180 percent a year in interest, known in the trade as vigorish, vig, or juice
[1908+ fr gambling; probably fr Yiddish fr Russian vyigrysh, ''profit, winnings'']