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venge

[ venj ]
/ vɛndʒ /
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verb (used with object), venged, veng·ing.Archaic.
to avenge.
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Origin of venge

1250–1300; Middle English vengen<Old French veng(i)er<Latin vindicāre;see vindicate
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British Dictionary definitions for venge

venge
/ (vɛndʒ) /

verb
(tr) an archaic word for avenge

Word Origin for venge

C13: from Old French venger, from Latin vindicāre; see vindicate
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