noun, plural vi·sas.
verb (used with object), vi·saed, vi·sa·ing.
Origin of visa
Examples from the Web for visaed
Historical Examples of visaed
We took our passport to the commandant, who visaed them readily, and told us he'd do his best to get us transport.Greenmantle
noun plural -sas
verb -sas, -saing or -saed (tr)
Word Origin for visa
1831, "official signature or endorsement on a passport," from French visa, from Modern Latin charta visa "verified paper," literally "paper that has been seen," from fem. past participle of Latin videre "to see" (see vision). Earlier visé (1810), from French past participle of viser "to examine, view."