Vui
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Vui
See also: vu'i

Italiot Greek

Alternative forms

  • (Italiot Greek) ?

Etymology

Borrowed from Italian bue, from Latin bos.

Noun

vui n

  1. (Italiot Dialect) ox

Synonyms

  • ? n (vódi)

Romanian

Etymology

Onomatopoetic.

Verb

a vui (third-person singular present vuie?te, past participle vuit4th conj.

  1. to make noise, roar, boom, thunder, rumble, din
  2. to swish
  3. to mutter

Conjugation

Derived terms


Vietnamese

Etymology

From Middle Vietnamese ?ui, from Proto-Vietic *t-pu:j ("joyful"); cognate with Muong pui, Tho [Cu?i Ch?m] /pu:j¹/ and Chut [R?c] /t?pu:j¹/. Compare also Ngh? An/Hà T?nh dialects bui.

Pronunciation

Adjective

vui o (?, ?, ?, ?, ?)

  1. merry; joyful; gay
    ni?m vui - joy

Derived terms

Derived terms

Wakhi

Etymology

Compare Tajik (büy).

Noun

vui

  1. smell

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