adverb Music.

briskly; lively.

Origin of vite

< French: rapid, quickly, Old French viste, of uncertain origin Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for vite

Historical Examples of vite

  • Vite, vite, open the gate; I am well-nigh done for,” he shouted.

    The Frontier Fort

    W. H. G. Kingston

  • Away to the southwest lay Vite Vuva, which was the island we were bound for.

    The Flying Bo'sun

    Arthur Mason

  • Don't make faces at Mrs. Vite, nor growl at your darling Polly.

    The Potiphar Papers

    George William Curtis

  • Poor little Mrs. Vite thinks she passes for a Parisienne in Paris.

    The Potiphar Papers

    George William Curtis

  • In about ten minutes in burst the sergeant, 'Vite, vite, vos portes!