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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Variant of vav.

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  • n. Alternative spelling of vav.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "E meu ru ru a vau," it ran, and that was all of it, sung in a stately, endless, ever-varying chant, accompanied by solemn chords from the ukelele.

    BY THE TURTLES OF TASMAN

  • Since the "f" sign was an Etruscan innovation, it could have been identical in name to Latin ef, or another possibility is *fau a rhyme with the digamma *vau, cf. waw.

    An online Etruscan Dictionary has arrived

  • Mõne filmiga kohe on nii, et satud juhuslikult vaatama ning siis avastad, et vau! olulise mehe tehtud ja nähtud ka vist kunagi.

    The People Under the Stairs (1991)

  • YHWH, yod-he-vau-he, came from the Hebrew root HWH, meaning both "life" and "woman" - in Latin letters, E-V-E.

    Tomb of Eve?

  • I think that the later scribes changed vau into jod (a very frequent change in Hebrew) when they wished to express the feminine gender, but that the ancients only distinguished the two genders by

    Theologico-Political Treatise

  • The vau part sounds like vaut from the verb valoir to be worth and dieu is French for God.

    Words in a French Life

  • The rest is kosher when we understand the quirky use of 'k' and 'ph' in this text, rather than the now-standard 'c' and 'f' to indicate Etruscan kappa and vau.

    More published errors on Etruscan inscriptions

  • Homeland Security unable to secure handguns in vau...

    12/27/2006

  • Vaudeville derived from the French, Middle French, popular satirical song, alteration of vaudevire, from vau-de-Vire valley of Vire, town in northwest France where such songs were composed.

    Jim Crow

  • The W+ (vau) not being intended as a copulative, simply to connect this sentence with the former, but as a causal conjunction, or one which stated the reason for the course before determined upon.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

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