Definition of Virid. Meaning of Virid. Synonyms of Virid

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Virid. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Virid and, of course, Virid synonyms and on the right images related to the word Virid.

Definition of Virid

Virid
Virid Vir"id, a. [L. viridis green. See Verdant.] Green. [Obs.] The virid marjoram Her sparkling beauty did but see. --Crompton.

Meaning of Virid from wikipedia

- government programmes. In July 2011, Experian acquired Virid Interatividade Digital Ltda ("Virid"), an email marketing company offering email delivery...
- Viriditas (Latin, literally "greenness," formerly translated as "viridity") is a word meaning vitality, fecundity, lushness, verdure, or growth. It is...
- Retrieved 2012-03-23.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link) "Schneider snags Viridity to see how many watts servers suck". Gigaom. 2011-12-20. Retrieved 2015-03-08...
- their quest is complete. They eventually meet Virid Visette Viridian, also known as the "Mad" Prince Virid. The younger of twin princes of the land of Viridian...
- virtuosity, virtuoso, virtuous vir- green Latin virere verdure, virid, viridescent, viridian, viridity vir- poison, venom Latin vīrus retroviral, retrovirus, rotavirus...
- the beginning of a private beta. Viridus is a mashup of the Latin root virid meaning "green" and us or community. It is pronounced veer-id-us. Viridus...
- anti-Communist. He was the great grandson of William Charles Wentworth (1790-1872). Virid=pEIRAwAAQBAJ&pg=PA5&lpg=PA5&dq=American+wentworth+family&source=bl&ots=...
- a friend of Mine Children`s choir «Novaya volna» Igor KrutoyEmerald (Virid) Wirlpool of Your Eyes Stas Piekha Sergey Revtov Gosha Toidze Eyes of Love...
- – Violaceus ("Violet" — Breviary) Virg. – Virgo ("Virgin" — Breviary) Virid. – Viridis ("Green" — Breviary) V.M. – Vir Magnificus ("Great Man") V. Rev...
- virtuosity, virtuoso, virtuous vir- green Latin virere verdure, virid, viridescent, viridian, viridity vir- poison, venom Latin vīrus retroviral, retrovirus, rotavirus...
Loading...