vas

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[vas]

1. masculine noun Glass (to drink).

Etymology: From Latin vasum.

vainòs

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[vai̯ˈnos]

1. adjective Venous, veined.

Etymology: From vaina plus derivative suffix -òs.

veseixa

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[veˈseʃa]

1. feminine noun Vesicle.

Etymology: From Latin vesicula with the same ending as ovicula > oweixa.

~ bìlala

[veˈseʃa ˈbilala]

1. feminine noun Gall bladder.

Etymology: From veseixa bìlala.

verruca

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[veˈruka]

1. feminine noun Wart, verruca.

Etymology: From Latin verruca.

vowa

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[ˈvowa]

1. feminine noun Vulva.

Etymology: From Latin vulva.

vaina

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[ˈvai̯na]

1. feminine noun Vagina.

Etymology: From Latin vagina.

2. feminine noun Vein.

Etymology: From Latin vena.

vesica

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[veˈsika]

1. feminine noun Bladder.

Etymology: From Latin vesica.

vertèural

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[veɾˈteu̯ɾal]

1. adjective Vertebral.

Etymology: From verteura plus derivative suffix -al.

verteura

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[veɾˈteu̯ɾa]

1. feminine noun Vertebra.

Etymology: From Latin vertebra.

venain

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[veˈnai̯n]

1. masculine noun Poison.

Etymology: From Latin venenum.