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Dictionary List of "V" words.

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Words: ven-, vent-, veni-, ventu- (Latin: come).
ven-, vent-: Part 1 of 2, words "advene" to "eventuate".
ven-, vent-: Part 2 of 2, words "inconvenience" to "venue".

Words: verbo-, verb-, verbi- (Latin: word).
verbo-: Part 1 of 2, words "adverb" to "verbal".
verbo-: Part 2 of 2, words "verbal agraphia" to "verbum sap.".

Words: volen-, volunt-, voli-, vol- (Latin: will, free will, free choice; wish, personal desire).
volen-: words "benevolence" to "volunteering".

Words: vor-, vora-, -vore, -vorous, -vores, -vora, -vory (Latin: eat, consume, devour).
-vorous: part 1 of 3, words "algivorous" to "fungivorous".
-vorous: part 2 of 3, words "gallivorous" to "nucivorous".
-vorous: part 3 of 3, words "offivorous" to "zoosuccivorous".

You may also see a special article about carnivorous plants for a greater understanding of these unusual life species.

"The Snack that Crawls" presents real-life situations about erucivorous situations.

More information about folivorous creatures, and their leaf eating existence, is clarified on this page.

There is even another article about human insectivores at this web page.

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