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[vee-tuh] /ˈvi tə/
a female given name, form of Davida. Unabridged
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  • You see, she is the daughter of vitas daughter who died last year, Nora explained.

  • The vitas Patrum was the most popular collection of saints' legends in the middle ages.

  • A limited time should be devoted to diversions with Pithamardas, vitas, and Vidushakas, and then should be taken the midday sleep.

  • Im very sure, Nora dear, you will find something more interesting in vitas cake box than you could dig out of that dusty hole.

  • Without waiting to consider vitas opinion, Nora sprang from her hiding place and darted up the path into the cottage.

  • For once she accepted vitas offer to light her lights and make the window right for the night.

  • Not a wish was expressed by the visitor in vitas presence but the maid would, if it were possible at all, see to its fulfillment.

  • Of course everything is all right, but we dont want Nora worrying while were away and vitas alone.

  • She ignored vitas appeal to come see the wonderful flowers sent from some one for Mrs. Manton.

  • vitas babyvitas bambino, crooned the woman, as she leaned over the couch and chaffed the trembling hands.

British Dictionary definitions for vitas


/ˈviːtə; ˈvaɪ-/
noun (pl) vitae (ˈviːtaɪ; ˈvaɪtiː)
(US & Canadian) a less common term for curriculum vitae
Word Origin
from Latin: life
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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plural vitae, Latin, literally "life" (see vital).

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