from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Onset; rush; violent draught or wind.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A blast of wind; a storm; commotion.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
August 5, 2008 at 3:55 pm me 2, and my kitties luv there bebbehs, and vice verc, vise vese, um, same both wayz.
[Stopping] Little Aida, one o 'vese dyes yer'll myke an actress.
Vamwe blaz manje vaiva pabhawa then he asked for this other guy's phone to call his Chiq. mface wacho vaingonwa vese doro but they didnt really have nyaya vese.
These people now begin with care to vese and plot, each man That heares of this new Colony, with diligence doth scan.
Papa yesterday, one of vese days she’d just pack her boxes an’ walk outer the house an’ leave bof him an’ the child’en.
'live' pronounced as 'leave' (loss of contrast) 'these' 'dese' or 'zese' or 'vese' (substitution of consonants)