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    The Latin root words vis and its variant vid both mean “see.” These Latin roots are the word origin of a good number of English vocabulary words, including visual, invisible, provide, and evidence.

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    Greek and Latin Root Words: Juris and Vid Juris/jur/jus/just comes from the Latin word meaning “law” or “judge.” Vid/vis is from another Latin word meaning “see.” Use the list of prefixes and root words in the word bank to make five different English words out of the root words juris and vid.

    One may also ask, what words have vis in them? 11 letter words containing vis

    • supervision.
    • provisional.
    • subdivision.
    • indivisible.
    • revisionism.
    • inadvisable.
    • primitivism.
    • vivisection.

    Subsequently, one may also ask, is vis a vis Latin?

    Vis-à-vis comes from Latin by way of French, where it means literally face-to-face. In English it was first used to refer to a little horse-drawn carriage in which two people sat opposite each other.

    What does vis stand for?

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