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1vesper

noun ves·per \ˈves-pər\

Definition of VESPER

1
capitalized archaic :  evening star
2
:  a vesper bell
3
archaic :  evening, eventide

Origin of VESPER

Middle English, from Latin, evening, evening star — more at west
First Known Use: 14th century

2vesper

adjective

Definition of VESPER

:  of or relating to vespers or the evening

First Known Use of VESPER

1791

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