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verso m. (Noun) "verse"
14th cent. From Latin versus "turned," but also "line of text" and "turn of the plow." The sense development was thus: in agriculture, a plowed line of soil was "turned" over, and Latin readers borrowed this word to refer to a line of prose or poetry. From vertere "to turn" (see verter).
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Portuguese verso, Catalan ves, French vers, Italian verso, Romanian viers