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V, vowe, vow,
V [vʌu]
V, vowe
n. The twenty-second letter of the alphabet.
vaum, vaam, vam, vamm, vaumed, vaumd, vaum$t, vamd, vaamd, vaamed,
vaam [I.Sh. vaːm]
n. A spell, a hypnotic influence. Odour, smell, flavour, aroma.
v. To bewitch, cast a spell on.
pt. pp. vaamt, vaamed adj. Having a bad smell, decaying, 'high'.
vaur, vaar, var, vara, vari, varin, vaurin, vaarin,
vaar [I.Sh. vaːr]
v. To give heed to, pay attention to, be wary of.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
tak vaar: To pay attention, take heed.
vaarin: A warning.
vacant, vawcant, vacance, vacancy,
vacance [ˈvekəns(ɪ), S. ˈvegəns(ɪ)]
n. A vacation, a holiday, a period of suspension of business or other function. A vacancy, an unfilled post or situation
 
vacant [vəˈkant]
adj. Vacant.
v. To take a holiday, to go on vacation.
vacuum, vaccum,
vacuum [ˈvak(j)um]
n. Vaccuum.
vaddle, vadel, vaddel, vaadle, vaadel,
vaddle [I.Sh. ˈvadəl]
n. A sea pool that empties and fills as the tide ebbs and flows.
vagabond, vagabon, vagabone, vaigabond, vaigabon, vaigabone, vegabon,
vagabond [ˈvegəbon(d)]
n. A vagabond.
scurrivaig, scurryvaig, skurrivaig, scurravogue, vaig, vage, vague, vyaig, vagie, vyaug, vyag, vaiger, vaigish,
vaig [veg, MN. vjag]
n. A vagrant, vagabond, tramp. A rough-living, disreputable person. A rascal, rogue, a gadabout. A trull, an ill-conditioned gossiping female.
v. To wander about idly, to roam in an aimless way, to gad about.
 
scurrivaig [skʌrɪˈveg]
n. A tramp, vagabond,. A lout, a scullion.
v. To aimlessly roam about.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
vaiger: A footloose person, a gadabout.
vaigish: U. Roaming, vagrant.
veige, veeige, veage, vaige, vaege, vage, vag, veg, vague, veeage, viage, vodge, vaiger, veigin, veeigin, veagin, vaigin, vaegin, vagin, vagin, vegin, vaguin, vaguin, vaigan, vaiguin, hanvaigin, hanvaegin, hanvag, hanvagin,
vaige [ˈve(ə)dʒ]
n. A journey, trip, outing or expedition. A voyage, a journey by sea.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
hanvaigin: I.Sh. Wandering aimlessly. Putting off time. Doubtful, hessitant. An inkling.
vaiger: A traveller.
vaigin [ˈve(ə)dʒɪn]: Wandering, roaming.
vaigrie, vaigry,
vaigrie [ˈvegri]
n. Vagary, finery in dress, frippery. A gewgaw, a toy. A whimsical prank.

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