vewe

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English[edit]

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vewe

  1. Obsolete form of view.

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Etymology[edit]

From Anglo-Norman vewe.

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Noun[edit]

vewe (plural vewes)

  1. A inspection, checkup, or examination, especially a legally ordained one.
  2. (Late ME) A scheduled minor court held in a local administrative district.
  3. (rare) A view or perspective.
  4. (rare) A stare, glance or look.
  5. (rare, Late ME) oversight, overseeing, direction, instruction
  6. (rare, Late ME) One's focus; what one is concentrating on.

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Noun[edit]

vewe f (oblique plural vewes, nominative singular vewe, nominative plural vewes)

  1. (Anglo-Norman) sight (ability to see)
  2. (Anglo-Norman) viewing; inspection

Verb[edit]

vewe f

  1. (Anglo-Norman) feminine singular of the past participle of veoir

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