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See also: Vise, visé, Visé, više, vise-

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vise

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Etymology 1

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A bench vise.

From Middle English vis, vys, vice, from Anglo-Norman vyz, vice, from Old French vis, vtis.

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  • British English.

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The vises are referred to as the plural vises.

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    An instrument consisting of two jaws, closing by a screw, lever, cam, or the like, for holding work, as in filing.

    • 1937 October, R. H. Jenkins, “Five attractive new designs you can work out from inexpensive materials”, in Popular Science, volume 131, number 4, Bonnier Corporation,

      October, R. H. Jenkins, “Five attractive new designs you can work out from inexpensive materials”, in, volume 131, number 4, Bonnier Corporation, page 96

      Clamp this loop in a strong vise and twist the two ends evenly into one piece. As the twisting progresses, move the wire along so as to keep the grip of the vise close to the hands.

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Third person singular simple present vises, present participle vising, simple past and past participle vised.

  1. To use a vise. He looked to see. /p > /p > /li > li > p class Catherine Anderson, Phantom Waltz, ISBN, page 302 : p >, was published in 2007. He put her knees under his arms as he lifted her legs. Festival Man : A Novel was written byGeoff Berner. /p >

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Third person singular simple present vises, present participle viseing, simple past and past participle vised.

  1. Luise Mhlbach, Frederick the Great and His Family is an alternative form. /p > /p > /li > The Department has no wish to remonstrate. The American Lawyer – Volume 12, page 33 : /p > p class Manchuria : Semi-monthly Publication of the Manchuria Daily News is a class. /p >

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Etymology 1

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The Proto-Germanic * ws, * ws is the same word as the German Weise.

Noun

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The singular definite visen and the indefinite viser are referred to as vise c.

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The vise has a Declension.

commongender

Singular

Plural

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indefinite

definite

nominative

genitive

visen viser viserne
vises visens visers visernes

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From Old Norse vsa, from Proto-Germanic * wsn, a variant of * wsijan. Both are derived from the Proto-Germanic word * wsaz.

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Infinitive at vise is imperative vis, present tense viser, past tense viste, and perfect tense har vist.

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present

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simple

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participle

imperative

infinitive

auxiliary verb

gerund

viser viste
har havde
vises vistes
visende vist
vis
have
visen

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See the etymology of the lemma form.

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Latin

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Middle English

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  1. Alternative form of vice.

Norwegian Bokmål

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Etymology 1

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  1. There is a definite singular class ofinflection-of-sep.

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A manner of singing is related to vis.

Noun

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There is a definite singular visa or visen.

  1. En strofisk dikt med strofisk melodi svl litterrt som musikalisk oftast. Bengt R. Jonsson is a poem that is both literary and musically characterized by a simplicity of style. /li >

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The English song is more comprehensive than the Nordic term vise. The term sang refers to a collective while the vise refers to an I.

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The terms are related.

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Verb

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The present tense viser, simple past viste, past participle vist and present participle visende are referred to as vises.

  1. To show to our friends.
  2. Send someone on their way to a doctor.

The terms are derived.

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The terms are derived from the word vise.

  • Bortvise.
  • Henvise.
  • oppvise

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  • It ‘s in The Bokml Dictionary.

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Norwegian Nynorsk

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Etymology 1

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From Proto-Germanic * wsn.

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Present tense viser, past tense viste, past participle vist, passive infinitive visast, present participle visande, imperative vis

Synonyms.

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    syna syne

The terms are derived.

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Etymology 2

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vise

There is an article on Norwegian Nynorsk.

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The name comes from Old Norse vsa.

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There are definite singular visa, indefinite viser, and definite plural visene.

  1. A poem with plain content and melody.

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There was a historical inflection of the vise.

indefinite singular

definite singular

indefinite plural

definite plural

Aasen1

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Visa Visa Visor Visorna
visa (vise) visor (visur) visorne (visune)
visa, vise2 viser, visor visene, visone2
vise viser [visor] visene [visene]
vise [visa]
vise visa viser visene

The forms in italics are not standard. The forms were considered second-tier. The forms in parentheses were allowed. For most of the 19th century, nouns were capitalised. As of 1910, 2 form was allowed for school children.

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  • There is a class that describes the gender.
  • drikkevise p class
  • ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
  • Folkevise p class
  • gatevise is a class
  • p class= ” gender ” > f/p >
  • nidvise p class
  • protestvise p class
  • riddarvise p class
  • skillingsvise p class
  • slengevise p class
  • trollvise p class
  • There is a class called visebok.
  • There is a class called visedans.
  • There is a class named visediktar.
  • visedikting p class
  • It ‘s a class of gender.
  • The class is called viseklubb.
  • The class is named visemakar.
  • M/p > is the class of visemelodi.
  • There is a class called visesamling.
  • There is a class called visesong.
  • There is a class called visesongar.
  • The class is called visestubb.
  • The class is named viseverkstad.
  • voggevise p class

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The name comes from Old Norse vsir.

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vise m is a singular visen, indefinite visar, and definite plural visane.

  1. The grass is top of cereals.
  2. Plants have stalks and leaves.

Etymology 4

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See the etymology of the lemma form.

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Etymology 5

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See the etymology of the lemma form.

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References

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  • The Nynorsk Dictionary has the word “ vise ” in it.

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There are alternative forms.

  • p class= ” ib-content ” > Brahmi script/p >
  • p class= ” ib-content ” > Devanagari script/p >
  • p class= ” ib-content ” > Bengali script/p >
  • p class= ” ib-content ” > Sinhalese script/p >
  • p class= ” ib-content ” > Burmese script/p >
  • p class= ” ib-content ” > Thai script/p >
  • p class= ” ib-content ”,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
  • p class= ” ib-content ” > Lao script/p >
  • p class= ” ib-content ” > Khmer script/p >

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  1. p class= ” mention-gloss-double-quote ”

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  1. The subjunctive of visar is present in the first-person singular.
  2. The subjunctive of visar is present in the third-person singular.
  3. The affirmative imperative of visar is a third-person singular.
  4. The negative imperative of visar is third-person singular.

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The key is IPA.

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It ‘s vise npl.

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  1. There is a definite natural masculine.
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    vis

    absolute plural form of

    de tre vise männen ―

    the three wise men, the Biblical Magi

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vise c.

  1. A bee.

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Declension of vise 

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vise visen visar visarna
vises visens visars visarnas

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  • vise in svenska sprket., 1923

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