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WORDS LETTER V
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 v

 

  Volkswagen; Vector; viper; volts

 vamoosh

 

  make hasty retreat or dissapear

 vampire

 

  nocturnal bird which enters and makes a noise inside roof of buildings; hence, a bird believed to be housing the spirit of a witch When shot down, it is not to be touched but burnt to ashes, after which the witch is believed to die within a few days

 V-boot

 

  fashionable type of Mercedes Benz {preceding roundlight?}

 VCD plate

 

  video-disc

 veks

 

  to vex, get angry

 venue

 

  location of a party

 very

 

  actual he is the very boy he's the actual person arch. Standard English

 vex

 

  a word used in a conversation or rather upsetting, angry dispute during an argument between people. The word vexes expresses anger in a very direct/harsh way {e.g. make you no vex me!!!}

 

 vex

  to get annoyed Mastah, no {go} vex! Boss, don't get annoyed Pidgin

 

 vex comot

  storm off in anger

 vexation

 

  someone getting annoyed

 Vice

 

  Vice-President; He was to be the Vice of Abiola

 vila

 

  one's village

 village person

 

  someone who hail from a village, or is unsophisticated and local

 virgina

 

  common spelling of vagina; presumably by confusion with virgin

 vulcanise

 

  to repair a puncture go and vulcanise the tyre archaic in Standard English but not in West Africa

 

 vulcaniser

  one who repairs tyres archaic Standard English



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