Word:

Vesper

Ves´per   Pronunciation: vĕs´pẽr
n.1.The evening star; Hesper; Venus, when seen after sunset; hence, the evening.
a.1.Of or pertaining to the evening, or to the service of vespers; as, a vesper hymn; vesper bells.
Vesper sparrow
the grass finch. See under Grass.
Noun1.Vesper - a planet (usually Venus) seen at sunset in the western sky
2.vesper - a late afternoon or evening worship service
Mass, bedtime prayer, camp meeting, church, church service, close of day, cockshut, compline, crepuscular, devotions, divine service, dusk, dusky, duty, eve, even, evening, evening devotions, evensong, eventide, exercises, grayness, lauds, liturgy, matins, meeting, morning devotions, night song, nightfall, none, nones, novena, office, praise meeting, prayer, prayer meeting, prayers, prime, prime song, public worship, revival, revival meeting, service, setting sun, sext, shut of day, sundown, sunset, sunsetty, tent meeting, the expiring day, tierce, twilight, twilighty, undersong, vespers, vespertine, vigils, watch meeting, watch night, watch-night service
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Browse
vesicula umbilicus
Vesicular
Vesicular column
Vesicular emphysema
Vesicular murmur
vesicular stomatitis
Vesicularia
Vesiculata
Vesiculate
Vesiculation
Vesiculitis
Vesiculose
vesiculovirus
Vespa
Vespa crabro
Vespasian
-- Vesper --
vesper mouse
vesper sparrow
Vesperal
Vespers
vespertilian bat
Vespertilio
Vespertilio murinus
Vespertiliones
vespertilionid
Vespertilionidae
Vespertilionine
Vespertinal
Vespertine
Vespiary
vespid
vespid wasp
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