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vis (Latin) force, power, or strength.
visa permission granted by an appropriate national official, and so indicated on a passport, that its bearer may travel within that nation. [2 definitions]
visage the face of a person, statue, or the like, esp. in regard to its appearance or expression.
vis-Ó-vis face-to-face. [4 definitions]
viscera the internal organs of the body, esp. those in the thorax and abdomen. [2 definitions]
visceral of, concerning, or affecting the viscera. [2 definitions]
viscid of a gluelike consistency. [2 definitions]
viscose a viscous solution of treated cellulose used in making such products as rayon and cellophane. [4 definitions]
viscosity the state or property of being adhesive and gluey. [2 definitions]
viscount a nobleman that ranks just beneath an earl or count and above a baron.
viscountess the wife or widow of a viscount. [2 definitions]
viscous having an adhesive, gluey consistency that resists flow.
viscus sing. of viscera.
visÚ a visa. [2 definitions]
vise any of a variety of tools used to grip objects by means of two jawlike parts that are usu. moved by a screw or lever. [2 definitions]
Vishnu the second member of the Hindu trinity, known as "The Preserver" and believed to have been incarnated in Krishna.
visibility the state or fact of being visible. [2 definitions]
visible able to be seen; perceptible through sight. [2 definitions]
Visigoth a member of the western division of the Goths, who invaded the Roman Empire in the fourth century and established a kingdom in France and Spain. (Cf. Ostrogoth.)
vision the ability to perceive through sight. [6 definitions]
visionary characterized by whimsical notions or impractical plans. [7 definitions]