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VHF abbreviation of "very high frequency," any radio frequency ranging between thirty and three hundred megahertz.
VHS abbreviation of "video home system."
VI abbreviation of "Virgin Islands," a group of islands in the West Indies east of Puerto Rico, comprising a territory of the United States and a colony of Great Britain.
via traveling through; by way of. [2 definitions]
viable capable of germinating, growing, or developing, as a living organism or social organization. [3 definitions]
viaduct a road or passageway built on a series of short spans or arches over a valley or lower routes.
vial a small, sometimes stoppered bottle of glass or plastic used for small amounts of liquid medicine, chemicals, perfume, or the like.
via media (Latin) a middle way; compromise between two extremes.
viand an article of food, esp. a delicacy. [2 definitions]
viaticum communion given to someone on the brink of death. [2 definitions]
vibe (often pl.; slang) an emotional quality believed to be detectable in a person or thing by intuition; vibration.
vibes (informal) vibraphone; vibraharp.
vibist a musician who plays the vibraphone.
vibraharp see vibraphone.
vibrant full of energy or constant activity as if vibrating or pulsing. [3 definitions]
vibraphone a percussion instrument similar to a marimba but with metal instead of wooden bars and electrically operated resonators that sustain the tone and produce a vibrato.
vibrate to move back and forth very rapidly and steadily; oscillate. [6 definitions]
vibratile of, pertaining to, or characterized by vibration. [3 definitions]
vibration an act or instance of vibrating. [4 definitions]
vibrationless combined form of vibration.
vibrato a vibrating or pulsating effect produced with the voice or on a musical instrument by slight and rapid changes in pitch.