Vectis

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Etymology[edit]

Latin Vectis (c. 150), from Celtic *Ictis (literally nether).

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Vectis

  1. the Isle of Wight

Usage notes[edit]

The name is used principally in the names of organisations, e.g. the main bus company on the Island Southern Vectis, and in the context of Roman and Romano-British era history.

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