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vacke, vaick, vaik, vaikan, vaikin, vake,
vaikan [ˈvekən]
adj. Of an ecclesiastical position or office: vacant
 
vaik
v. Of an office or position, especially an ecclesiastical one: to fall vacant.
vailie, vailiet, vailit, vaillie, vaily, vailye, vailyie, vailyied, vailyit, vallie, valye, valyee, valyeed, valyeet, valyie, velue, velued, velye,
vailyie [ˈveljə valji, S. vele]
n. Value. An extent or amount of time.
v. To value, evaluate.
pt. pp. vailyit, vailyied
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
vailuable [ˈveljəbl]: Valuable.
vailuless: Worthless.
vainish, vainished, vainisht, vainisht-like, vanisht, vanquish, wainish, wainished, wainished-like, wainisht, winnish,
vainish [ˈvenɪʃ, ˈwenɪʃ]
v. To vanish. I. To pine away.
pt. pp. vainisht
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
vainisht-like: adj. Thin, pinched.
vainitie, vainity,
vainity [ˈvenɪte]
n. Vanity.
bolaira, bolara, falaira, fillara, malaira, valaira, valairie, valairy, villera,
valairie [vəˈleːre]
n. U. The common valerian Valeriana officinalis.
valentine, valentyne, valinteen,
valentine [ˈvaləntin]
n. Valentine.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
valentine's dealin: Drawing names by lot on said day.
valsket, valskit, vyalskit,
valskit [I.Sh. ˈv(j)alskət]
adj. Numb. Fumbling, slack or slow in one's movements.
vanadium,
vanadium [vəˈnedɪəm]
n. Vanadium.
ill-vaandit, ill-vanded, ill-vandit, ill-vedyid, ill-venyied, ill-vynded, vaand, vaandit, vand, vandit, vandless, veynd, vynd, vyndit, vyndless,
vand [I.Sh. v(j)and, vəind]
n. A skill, knack or aptitude for doing something. Manner of behaving, attitude.
v. To arrange, contrive, shape, put together properly. To fit or adapt one thing to another.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
ill-vandit: Badly-made or -planned, ill-constructed, misshapen. Of people: not fitting into society, unsociable, objectionable or offensive in appearance, manner or behaviour.
vandless: Clumsy, lacking in skill.
vandal, vannal, vannle,
vandal [ˈvan(d)l]
n. A vandal.

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