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WV

or W.Va.
abbr.
West Virginia

WV

abbreviation for
1. (Placename) West Virginia
2. (Automotive Engineering) (Windward Islands) St Vincent (international car registration)

WV

or W.Va.,

West Virginia.
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Noun1.WV - a state in east central United StatesWV - a state in east central United States
U.S.A., United States, United States of America, US, USA, America, the States, U.S. - North American republic containing 50 states - 48 conterminous states in North America plus Alaska in northwest North America and the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean; achieved independence in 1776
Beckley - a city in southern West Virginia
capital of West Virginia, Charleston - state capital of West Virginia in the central part of the state on the Kanawha river
Clarksburg - a city in northern West Virginia
Fayetteville - a town in central West Virginia on the New River
Huntington - a city of western West Virginia on the Ohio river at the mouth of the Kanawha
Harpers Ferry, Harper's Ferry - a small town in northeastern West Virginia that was the site of a raid in 1859 by the abolitionist John Brown and his followers who captured an arsenal that was located there
Morgantown - a city in northern West Virginia on the Monongahela river near the Pennsylvania border; site of the University of West Virginia
Parkersburg - a city in northwestern West Virginia on the Ohio river
Wheeling - a city in the northern panhandle of West Virginia on the Ohio river
Alleghenies, Allegheny Mountains - the western part of the Appalachian Mountains; extending from northern Pennsylvania to southwestern Virginia
Kanawha, Kanawha River - a tributary of the Ohio River in West Virginia
Monongahela, Monongahela River - a river that rises in northern West Virginia and flows north into Pennsylvania where it joins the Allegheny River at Pittsburgh to form the Ohio River
Potomac, Potomac River - a river in the east central United States; rises in West Virginia in the Appalachian Mountains and flows eastward, forming the boundary between Maryland and Virginia, to the Chesapeake Bay