noun ves·pid \ˈves-pəd\

Definition of VESPID

:  any of a cosmopolitan family (Vespidae) of chiefly social wasps that usually live in colonies like bees
vespid adjective

Origin of VESPID

ultimately from Latin vespa wasp — more at wasp
First Known Use: circa 1900


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