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vacuus , -a, -um (adj.)

empty, void

Averroes on Human Thought

 

vapor , -is (noun)

steam, heat, vapor

Bart on Dreams

 

varius , -a, -um (adj.)

diverse, various

Bacon on Estimation

 

vehemens , is (adj.)

forceful, powerful

Bartholemew on Lightning

 

vehementer (adv.)

strongly, vehemently, severely

Bartholemew on the Gryphon

 

vena , -ae (noun)

vein

Albertus Magnus on Veins and Arteries

 

venatio , -is (noun)

hunt

Bartholemew on the Spider

 

venenum , -i (noun)

venom, poison

Bartholomew on the Dragon

 

veneror 1 (verb)

to respect, revere

Albertus Magnus on the Unicorn

 

ventus , -i (noun)

wind

Bartholomew on Mountains

 

verecundus , -a, -um (adj.)

modest

Bartholemew on the Maid

 

veritas , -is (noun)

truth

Maimonides on Did the world have a begin

 

vermis , -is, -ium (noun)

maggot, insect, worm

Bartholemew on the Spider

 

verus , -a, -um (adj.)

true, right

Bart on Trinity

 

vestigium , -i (noun)

footprint, track

Bartholomew on Snow

 

vestis , -is, -ium (noun)

clothing, garment

Bartholemew on the Maid

 

via , -ae (noun)

way, path, road

Brigid on the Horse

 

video 2 (verb)

to see

 

vigilia , -ae (noun)

wakefulness, sleeplessness

Avicenna on Prophetic Dreams

 

vigilo 1 (verb)

to stay awake

Algazel on Prophecy

 

violentia , -ae (noun)

violence

Bartholemew on Lightning

 

virtus , -is (noun)

virtue, manliness, valor

Bart on Perverse Angels

 

viscus , -is (noun)

internal organs

Hildegard on the Elements

 

visio , -is (noun)

vision, sight

Ockham on God

 

visus , -us (noun)

sight, vision

 

vita , -ae (noun)

life

Bacon on the Scholar

 

vitalis , -e (adj.)

vital, of life

Albertus Magnus on Veins and Arteries

 

vitiosus , -a, -um (adj.)

faulty, sinful

Ockham on Sin and Virtue

 

vituperabilis , -e (adj.)

blameworthy

Ockham on Sin and Virtue

 

voco 1 (verb)

to call

Bacon on the Eye

 

volatilis , -e (adj.)

winged, flying

Albertus Magnus on the Ostrich

 

volo 1 (verb)

to fly

Bartholomew on Sirens

 

voluntas , -is (noun)

will

Al-Farabi on Physics

 

voluptas , -is (noun)

pleasure

R. Grosseteste on Fire

 

vox , -is (noun)

voice

Bartholemew on the Maid

 

vulnero 1 (verb)

to wound, to hurt

Bart on the Pelican

 

vulnus , -is (noun)

wound

Heloise on Romantic Love