verb (used with object), venged, veng·ing. Archaic.
- venezia giulia,
- venezia tridentina,
- veneziano, domenico,
- veni, vidi, vici,
Origin of venge
Examples from the Web for venge
For the law indifferently doth punish euery man, that without the Magistrates order taketh authority to venge his own wrong.The Palace of Pleasure|William Painter
What though he fly to the mountain tower To escape the venge of the tyrant's power.Memoirs of John R. Young|John Young
When from the sorely wounded / knight his sword was gone, Then had he naught to 'venge him / but his shield alone.The Nibelungenlied|Unknown
Kingis and lordis schulden wite that thei ben mynystris and vikeris of God, to venge synne and ponysche mysdoeris.A Literary History of the English People|Jean Jules Jusserand
Word Origin for venge
"avenge," c.1300, from Old French vengier, from Latin vindicare (see vindication). Related: Venged; venging.