MEANING: noun: Face, appearance, or expression.

ETYMOLOGY: From Old French vis (face), from Latin visus (sight, appearance), from videre (to see). Ultimately from the Indo-European root weid- (to see), which also gave us guide, wise, vision, advice, idea, story, history, previse, videlicet, vidimus, vizard, and invidious. Earliest documented use: 1303.

VI-PAGE - about how long your 1,500-word double-spaced paper about the History of Ancient Rome should be

EISAGE - when the glaciers covered all of Europe down to Germany

AVISAGE - an herb used to flavor Roast Bird