American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Heraldry The color green.
- n. Green vegetation that can serve as cover for deer. Used in English forest law.
- n. The right to cut such vegetation.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To turn: noting the movements of the eyeball.
- An abbreviation of Vertebrata
- of vertebrate.
- n. In English forest law, everything within a forest bearing a green leaf which may serve as a cover for deer, but especially great and thick coverts; also, a power to cut green trees or wood.
- n. In heraldry, the tincture green. It is represented by diagonal lines from the dexter chief to the sinister base. Abbreviated verb
- n. One who leaves one church for another; a convert or pervert, according as the action is viewed by members of the church joined or members of the church abandoned: said especially of persons who go from the Church of England to the Church of Rome.
- To become a “vert”; leave the Church of England for the Roman communion, or vice versa.
- abbr. vertebrate
- abbr. vertical
- n. heraldry A green colour, now only in heraldry; represented in engraving by diagonal parallel lines 45 degrees counter-clockwise.
- n. archaic Green undergrowth or other vegetation growing in a forest, as a potential cover for deer.
- n. archaic The right to fell trees or cut shrubs in a forest.
- adj. heraldry In blazon, of the colour green.
- n. colloquial In sport, a type of bicycle stunt competition.
- n. A vertical surface used by skateboarders or skiers.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Everything that grows, and bears a green leaf, within the forest.
- n. The right or privilege of cutting growing wood.
- n. (Her.) The color green, represented in a drawing or engraving by parallel lines sloping downward toward the right.
- Abbreviation of vertical. (Wiktionary)
- Middle English verte, from Anglo-Norman, feminine of verd; see verderer. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
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