noun, plural va·sa [vey-suh] /ˈveɪ sə/. Anatomy, Zoology, Botany.
Origin of vas
Definition for vas (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for vas
Vasalgel, a reversible form of male birth control, just took one step closer to your vas deferens.
Vasalgel, a reversible, non-hormonal polymer that blocks the vas deferens, is about to enter human trials.
One of the things I love to do is offload a bunch of tasks to my VAs around 9PM each night.Just Don’t Do It: Why You Should Outsource More of Your Life|Ari Meisel|February 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But Cicely vas not young when she last used the old psalm-book.Sabbath in Puritan New England|Alice Morse Earle
I vas not by der ship before dis cruise, replied the German.Dave Darrin and the German Submarines|H. Irving Hancock
Zhentlemens, I have shuse complete my great secret; it vas de study of my whole life; I have shuse succeed.Sheppard Lee, Vol. II (of 2)|Robert Montgomery Bird
Herr Tracy, why haf you not said you vas a so sublime aartist?The American Claimant|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
I vas know Adrian Brackel vell—he sell de powders dat empty men's stomach, and fill him's own purse.Peveril of the Peak|Sir Walter Scott
British Dictionary definitions for vas (1 of 2)
noun plural vasa (ˈveɪsə)
Word Origin for vas
British Dictionary definitions for vas (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for vas
plural vasa, Latin, literally "vessel." Vas deferens (plural vasa defferentia) is from 1570s.