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uxorial of, pertaining to, or befitting a wife.
uxorious excessively or foolishly devoted to one's wife, and often thereby submissive to her.
Uzbek of or pertaining to Uzbekistan or its people, culture, language, or the like. [3 definitions]
Uzbekistan a Central Asian country bordered by Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and the Aral Sea; formerly a republic of the Soviet Union.
V1 symbol of the chemical element vanadium.
V2 in Roman numeral notation, 5.
v1 abbreviation of "verb," in grammar, a word that communicates a state of being or an action and that usu. has inflected forms to indicate tense, voice, mood, or agreement with a subject or object.
v2 abbreviation of "velocity," rate of speed or motion.
v3 the twenty-second letter of the English alphabet. [3 definitions]
v4 an abbreviation of "versus," in opposition to; against.
V-1 a self-propelled bomb or rocket used by Germany against Great Britain in World War II.
V-2 a liquid-fuel rocket used as a missile by Germany against Great Britain toward the end of World War II.
VA1 abbreviation of "Virginia," a southern U.S. state on the Atlantic coast between Maryland and North Carolina.
VA2 abbreviation of "Veterans Administration," a U.S. federal agency that administers the laws governing benefits for veterans of the armed forces.
vacancy vacant condition or quality; emptiness. [3 definitions]
vacant without contents or activity; unfilled; empty. [3 definitions]
vacate to make vacant or unoccupied by leaving. [2 definitions]
vacation a period of rest, leisure, recreation, or travel, esp. away from one's regular occupation. [3 definitions]
vacationer a person who is taking a vacation, esp. one traveling or enjoying leisure during a vacation.
vaccinate to inoculate with a vaccine to make immune to a particular disease.
vaccination the act or practice of inoculating persons or animals with modified, killed, or avirulent viruses or bacteria in order to protect against specific diseases.