vel (vel…vel) – or (either….or)
vespere – in the evening
vetus, veteris – old
victricus – stepfather
viduus/vidua – widower/widow
videlicet (viz.) – namely
vir – man, male
virgo – virgin, female, girl
virtuosus/a/um – honorable
vita – life
vita cessit – he/she departed from life, died
vulgo – commonly, generally
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