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- vice (Commonwealth English)
From French vis (“‘screw, winding stairs’”), from Old French vis, viz, from [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:Template:lang:la derivations]] vitis (“‘vine’”); probably akin to English withy.
- (US) An instrument consisting of two jaws, closing by a screw, lever, cam, or the like, for holding work, as in filing.
- to show
- First-person singular present indicative of viser.
- Third-person singular present indicative of viser.
- First-person singular present subjunctive of viser.
- Third-person singular present subjunctive of viser.
- Second-person singular imperative of viser.
- first-person singular preterite subjunctive of ver.
- third-person singular preterite subjunctive of ver.
Inflected form of vis.
- Plural form of vis.
- Lyrical or epic poem with plain content and plain melody.
- En strofisk dikt med strofisk melodi såväl litterärt som musikalisk oftast präglad av en viss enkelhet i stilen. Bengt R. Jonsson (Swedish)
- A stanzaic poem with a stanzaic melody both literary and musically ususally characterized by to some degree a simplicity of style.
The Scandinavian term vise is less comprehensive than the English song (Norwegian sang), the German Lied or the French chanson. The term sang is often citing a collective whereas the vise more commonly refers to an I.
- to show
- to send someone on their way
- vise noen til en dyktig lege
- send someone to a proficient physician
- vise bort
- turn away
- “vise” in The Bokmål Dictionary / The Nynorsk Dictionary – Dokumentasjonsprosjektet.
vise n. pl.
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