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v. • abbr. ∎  Gram. verb. ∎  (in textual references) verse. ∎  verso. ∎  versus. ∎  very. ∎  (in textual references) vide. • symb. velocity.

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v.

v. vacuum
• vagrant
• vale
• valley
• valve
• vein
• vel (Latin: or)
• ventilator
• ventral
• verb(al)
• verse
• version
• Printing verso
• versus
• vertical
• very
• via
• vicarage
• vice (Latin: in place of)
• vide (Latin: see)
• village
• violin
• virus
• visibility
• Med. vision
• Grammar vocative
• Music voice
• volcano
• volume
• von (German: of; in names)
• votre (French: your)
• vowel

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