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waw

 (väv, vôv)
n.
Variant of vav.

waw

(wɔː)
n
(Letters of the Alphabet (Foreign)) another name for vav

vav

(vɑv, vɔv)

n.
the sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
[< Hebrew wāw literally, hook]
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Noun1.waw - the 6th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
Hebraic alphabet, Hebrew alphabet, Hebrew script - a Semitic alphabet used since the 5th century BC for writing the Hebrew language (and later for writing Yiddish and Ladino)
alphabetic character, letter of the alphabet, letter - the conventional characters of the alphabet used to represent speech; "his grandmother taught him his letters"
References in classic literature ?
what a little fox it waws!" he muttered to himself, chuckling with pleasure.
In recognition of their contribution and services to other women, Catherine Beger and Magda Zenon will be honoured at the WAW Awards and Gala in London on March 8, and are also to be included in the 2019 WAW 100 Most Inspirational Women book.
Shortly after, Nyakeya went for a long range but his strike was not strong and clinical enough to trouble Waw.
Membership of WAW is open to all women in Wales and to women living elsewhere who have connections with Wales.
WAW caters to women and helps them get past the intimidation they might otherwise feel when getting involved with firearms and shooting.
I mean, think of We Are Wales winning a stage at the Tour de France, indeed winning the race itself, and I'm sure the commentators will declare "Waw!" with a certain relish.
The group held its inaugural meeting at Meltham Conservative Club, on Thursday, January 24, to discuss plans to achieve WAW status.
"WAW is home to international iconic brands and has become a point of reference in the international design world," said a spokesperson, adding "the store offers the ultimate design experience with an international standard, while providing first class services and professional advice in planning the perfect interior space."
The WAW initiative aims to mitigate the negative effects associated with the lack of adequate water resources, as well as to raise overall awareness and motivate people to donate funds to be used in the implementation of cooperation projects.
The manager of the publicly-funded Waste Awareness Wales (WAW) campaign, which promotes recycling to the public, is being sent to Canberra.
The first two Walks Against Woodchips (WAW) took place in early October 1999.