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veloz (Adjective) "fast"
15th cent. From Latin velocem, accusative of velox 'id.' From Proto-Italic *wēlo- "like the wind." From Proto-Indo-European *h2u̯eh1-lo- 'id.' From a root *h2u̯eh1- "to blow."
Indo-European
Romance
Portuguese veloz, French véloce, Italian veloce
Germanic
Gothic waian "to blow," Old High German wāen 'id.,' Old English wāwan 'id.' (English )
Balto-Slavic
Old Chuch Slavonic vějati "to blow," Russian véjat' 'id.,' Czech váti 'id.,' Polish wiać 'id.,' Slovene vẹ́ti 'id.'
Hellenic
Ancient Greek ἄησι (háesi) "it blows"
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit vā́ti "to blow," Old Avestan vāiti 'id.'
vena f. (Noun) "vein"
13th cent. From Latin vena 'id.' From Proto-Italic *wes-no- 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *u̯es-no- 'id.'
Indo-European
Romance
Asturian vena, Portuguese veia, Galician vea, Catalan vena, French veine, Italian vena, Aromanian vinã, Romanian vână, Sardinian bena
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit vásā "fat," Avestan vaŋhu-tāt- "blood"
Basque
Basque mea "mineral," borrowed from Latin vena "vein" in the sense of a vein of ore or minerals
venal (1) (Adjective) "venous;" "venal"
From Latin venalis 'id.,' from vena "vein" (see vena).
venal (2) (Adjective) "sellable"
From Latin venalis 'id.,' from venus "sale." From Proto-Italic *wesno- 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *u̯es-no- "price."
Indo-European
Hellenic
Ancient Greek ὦνος (ônos) "price"
Armenian
Armenian gin "bride-price"
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit vasná- "price," Middle Persian wahāg "trade"
vencer (Verb) "to conquer"
12th cent. From Latin vincere 'id.' From Proto-Italic *wink- "to tie." From Proto-Indo-European *u̯i-n-k- 'id.'
Indo-European
Romance
Portuguese vencer, Catalan vèncer, French vaincre, Italian vincere, Aromanian azvingu, Romanian învinge, Sardinian bínchere
Celtic
Old Irish fichid "to battle," Middle Welsh gweith "battle," Old Breton gueth 'id.'
Germanic
Gothic weihan "to fight," Old Norse vega 'id.,' Old High German wīgan 'id.,' Old English wīgan 'id.'
Balto-Slavic
Lithuanian veĩkti "to work," Latvian vīkstu "to work"
Hellenic
Ancient Greek εἴκω (eíko) "I am like"
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit viviktás "both embrace," Middle Persian winj̆- "to contain"
vender (Verb) "to sell"
10th cent. From Latin vendere 'id.,' from venum dare "to give sale." For the etymology of venum, see venal; for the etymology of dare, see dar.
Indo-European
Romance
Asturian vender, Portuguese vender, Catalan vendre, French vendre, Italian vendere, Dalmatian vander, Aromanian vindu, Romanian vinde, Sardinian bèndere
Venecia f. (Toponym) "Venice"
From Medieval Latin Venitia, originally the name of the Veneti, a pre-Roman people (see Vénetos).
Vénetos, véneto m. (Noun, Adjective) "Veneti;" "Venetian;" "Venetic language"
Originally the name of the Veneti, a pre-Roman population who inhabited northern Italy. The Veneti were an Indo-European group who spoke the Italic language of Venetic. From Latin Venetus "Venetian" (a member of the Veneti).
Venezuela f. (Toponym) "Venezuela"
Old Spanish Veneçuela. From Venecia and the diminutive suffix -uela.
venganza f. (Noun) "vengeance"
13th cent. From vengar and -anza, a noun-forming suffix indicating the condition of the verb.