5Fr < vinaigre, VINEGAR6
1 a small ornamental box or bottle with a perforated lid, used for holding aromatic vinegar, smelling salts, etc.
2 a cold sauce made of vinegar, oil, herbs, etc. used as a salad dressing or on cold meats or fish: also called vinaigrette dressing or vinaigrette sauce
5AmSp vinagr<n < Sp vinagre, vinegar + 3<n, aug. suffix6 a large whip scorpion (Mastigoproctus giganteus) found in the S U.S. and in Mexico that, when disturbed, excretes a substance having a vinegary odor
5< L vinum, wine (see VINE) + 3IC6 of, found in, or derived from wine
viol, viola = stringed instruments similar to violin
violaceous - violet in color
violence, violoncellist (coffeebean, where are you?) viomycin - an antibiotitc, viraginous = like a virago = a bulldyke, vireo – a type of bird,
1 the condition of becoming green
2 Bot. the turning green of petals or other parts that are not normally so, due to the abnormal presence of chlorophyll
virescent, virginal, second definition = harpsichord. viridity = greenness, virtuous,virulentlym
5LL viscidus, sticky < L viscum, birdlime: see VISCOUS6
1 having a cohesive and sticky fluid consistency; viscous
2 covered with a viscid substance
vis[cid[i[ty 7vi sid4! tc8
viscosity, viselike, visitor, vitiated
3at#ed, 3at#ing 5< L vitiatus, pp. of vitiare, to vitiate < vitium, VICE16
1 to make imperfect, faulty, or impure; spoil; corrupt
2 to weaken morally; debase; pervert
3 to make (a contract, or other legal instrument) ineffective; invalidate
viticetum - a vineyard, viticulture = the growth of grapevines, vitriol = sulfuric acid
5L vitulinus < vitulus, calf: see VEAL6 of or like a calf or veal
3at#ed, 3at#ing 5< L vituperatus, pp. of vituperare, to blame < vitium, a fault, VICE1 + parare, to PREPARE6 to speak abusively to or about; berate; revile
vivid, vivification, vocalist,
5VO(ICE) + CODER6 an electronic system for analyzing the frequency spectrum of speech and constructing a code that can be transmitted and reconstructed into a replica of the original speech
voicecast, voidee, volador = flying fish, volatilize, volcanic, volcano, volitation = flying
volitional, volitorial, volley, voltammetry,
Voltigeur \Vol`ti*geur\, n. [F., fr. voltiger to vault, It.
volteggiare. See Volt a tread.]
1. A tumbler; a leaper or vaulter.
2. (Mil.) One of a picked company of irregular riflemen in
each regiment of the French infantry.