video

[vid-ee-oh]

noun

adjective


Origin of video

1930–35; < Latin vidē(re) to see + -o as in audio
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British Dictionary definitions for video

video

adjective

relating to or employed in the transmission or reception of a televised image
of, concerned with, or operating at video frequencies

noun plural -os

the visual elements of a television broadcast
a film recorded on a video cassette
US an informal name for television

verb videos, videoing or videoed

to record (a television programme, etc) on a video cassette recorder
Compare audio

Word Origin for video

C20: from Latin vidēre to see, on the model of audio
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Word Origin and History for video
adj., n., pref.

1935, as visual equivalent of audio, from Latin video "I see," first person singular present indicative of videre "to see" (see vision). video game is from 1973.

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