- vignola, giacomo da,
- vigo, jean,
Origin of vigor
Examples from the Web for vigor
She speaks with vigor about her projects, pointing out her favorite pieces in the museum and library.Brooklyn’s Museum of Death: Inside Morbid Anatomy’s House of Intriguing Horrors|Nina Strochlic|July 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It condenses pain into tiny joke pellets, like a mass-immunization that builds tolerance and vigor.
Like John Kennedy in 1960, he combined youth, vigor, and good looks with the promise of political change.
His 1965 book, A Thousand Days, retains its vigor, and has never been excelled as a study of those years.The Man with the President’s Ear, Arthur Schlesinger Jr. and JFK|Ted Widmer|October 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It would seem that for all of its ostensible lack of vim and vigor, Israel Media Watch is a very effective organization.
We know that just in proportion to the loss of this substance are our vigor and strength taken from us.The American Reformed Cattle Doctor|George Dadd
In a thousand ways and without any loss of vigor the sense of American nationality was expressing itself.The Path of Empire|Carl Russell Fish
She must not let herself be prisoned by a mere body that exulted blindly, basely, in its vigor.Ewing\'s Lady|Harry Leon Wilson
I never knew why Greens history thrilled me with the vigor of romance until I read his biography.Optimism|Helen Keller
When I met him in 1860 he was quite well, and ascribed his health and vigor expressly to that habit.The Former Philippines thru Foreign Eyes|Toms de Comyn
c.1300, from Anglo-French vigour, Old French vigor, from Latin vigorem (nominative vigor) "liveliness, activity, force," from vigere "be lively, flourish, thrive," from PIE *wog-/*weg- "be lively or active" (see vigil).
see vim and vigor.