Common misspellings for Via:
veina, vuiew, i'va, cia, viat, voir, fia, whiah, vip, vid, vieww, viza, vaig, vingar, jiao, viw, viiii, vio, kia, ia, hiawii, sia, viate, vidio, vitta, lia, viewa, vieqw, vai, hawia, liaw, voip, vinay, videa, tia, vitea, viva, cioa, vokoa, vda, viera, nia, vit, vaway, vigar, viop, viv, voka, wia, vajai, vix, virna, viual, vis, hiway, veaw, ria, virsa, vic, vefiy, veiew, viiew, aia, vir, vib, wi53963, viena, visa, videao, waaaaaay, vaca, bia, viarl, visua, vica, versia, wiah, vika, vsio, viuw, virii, vieuw, avia, hia, vissa, dia, vieew, wifa, vierw, vieer, vaugh, gia, vian, vil, wiraw, vida, vias, viait, vview, pia, vila, va, vby, vea, chiawa, hiawia, jia, iva, vauabe, virfy, veia, viae, viai, voa, vik, vikey, visio, vitaa, vma, wi53151, vja, vka, v9a, v8a, bvia, vbia, vgia, fvia, vfia, vuia, vjia, vija, vkia, voia, v9ia, vi9a, v8ia, vi8a, viaz, viaq, vayea, veyea, v ia, vi a.
Definition of Via:
- Lat In the civil law. Way; a road; a right of way. The right of walking, riding, and driving over another's land. Inst. 2, 3, pr. A species of rural servitude, which included iter ( a footpath) and actus, ( a driftway.) In old English law. A way; a public road; a foot, horse, and cart way. Co. Litt. 50o.
- By the way of; as, to send a letter via Queenstown to London.
- By the way of; as, he traveled from New York to Chicago via Philadelphia.
- Any passage in the body, as the intestine, the vagina, etc.
- By way of, as a route or place.
- By way of, as via Marseilles.
- A way; by way of. Via lactea, the milky way.
- A way or passage.
- [ Latin] A way or passage( anat.).
Usage examples for Via
From Peshawur, the extreme frontier post in the north, which commands the Kyber Pass, leading into, Afganistan, to Tuticorin, the southern terminus of the system, it is 3, 400 miles by the regular railway route, via Calcutta, and seven days and night will be necessary to make the journey under ordinary circumstances. Modern India by William Eleroy Curtis
I feared that it would be necessary to travel via Cosseir, for which there was scarcely time, or to transfer myself on camel- back to the harbour of Tur, and there to await the chance of finding a place in some half- filled vessel to Al- Hijaz,- which would have been relying upon an accident. Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah by Sir Richard Francis Burton