Av

[ahv, awv]
Also Ab.

Origin of Av

From the Hebrew word ābh

AV

A-V

av.

A/V

  1. Also a.v. ad valorem.
  2. audiovisual.

A.V.

  1. Artillery Volunteers.
  2. audiovisual.
  3. Authorized Version (of the Bible).
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British Dictionary definitions for av

Av

Ab

noun
  1. (in the Jewish calendar) the fifth month of the year according to biblical reckoning and the eleventh month in the civil year, usually falling within July and August

Word Origin for Av

from Hebrew

AV

abbreviation for
  1. Authorized Version (of the Bible)

av.

abbreviation for
  1. average

Av.

av.

abbreviation for
  1. avenue

a-v

A-V or AV

abbreviation for
  1. audiovisual

a.v.

A/V

abbreviation for
  1. ad valorem
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Word Origin and History for av

A.V.

abbreviation of Authorized Version (of the English Bible, 1611) attested from 1868.

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av in Medicine

A-V

abbr.
  1. arteriovenous
  2. atrioventricular
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