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vizy

verb
variants: or vizzy \ˈvizi, ˈvēzi\

Definition of vizy

transitive verb
Scottish :to look at closely :examine
intransitive verb
Scottish :to take aim

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Origin and Etymology of vizy

Middle English visien, vesien, from Middle French viser, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin visare, intensive of Latin vidēre to see


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vizy

noun
variants: or vizzy \"\

Definition of vizy

1 Scottish :aim 2
2 Scottish :a careful look

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