Definitions for "vIllage"
A small assemblage of houses in the country, less than a town or city.
or town Translating Old English tun, town. The later distinction between a small village and a large town was not yet in use in 1086 villa
a community of people smaller than a town
Group of rural households linked together by custom, culture, and family ties, usually surviving by harvesting local natural resources for food, fuel, and other basic needs. Compare city. See rural area, urban area.
a human residential settlement commonly found in rural areas
a human settlement commonly located in rural areas
Web-community portal based on portlets made in AJAX technology. Project is realized by students of Warsaw University, within the course "Group Programming Project" held at Faculty of Informatics.
Village is an open-source project that aims to provide a platform to write dynamic portlet oriented web pages and start a portal of a web community.
A small group of houses that make up a community
a gated golf course community
an ideal location for your next group golf vacation
a wet dream for any golf zealot
a clearly defined municipality
A type of incorporated place in 20 states and American Samoa. The Census Bureau treats all villages in New Jersey, South Dakota, and Wisconsin and some villages in Ohio as county subdivisions. Related term: County subdivision, Incorporated place
A Village in the context of New Jersey local government, refers to one of five types and one of eleven forms of municipal government.
One of the blip-shaped places on the map, with no room for a station-marker. Cf. 'city'.
a delightful place built down the steep slopes to the water's edge
a lovely development very close to the newly planned Marina road in Altinkum
a nice centre of region called ethnographic area from Tara Zarandului
Keywords:  fenner, linbro, rpp, unusual, says
an unusual feature in an industrial park, and the construction of one in Linbro Park will offer new opportunities for the smaller investor, says Bill Fenner, MD of RPP
replaced production brigades from 1982 to 1985 as the lowest-level semiofficial government entity. They provide bureaucratic coordination and welfare payments and settle disputes. Party branches are usually organized at the village level.
Keywords:  wonderful, aberration
a wonderful aberration
Village is an Irish current affairs magazine founded and edited by Vincent Browne. It was launched in October 2004 and is published weekly.
Keywords:  asl, browser
ASL Browser
A collection of houses, households and lands that are part of the administrative unit that a village headman and a village council currently administer.
a collection of hamlets
Affinity group of theme camps.
a group of like-minded individuals who, for convenience or camaraderie, choose to affiliate for like-minded activity
a group of people that survive together
Keywords:  unobserved, hive, nothing, glass, pass
a hive of glass, where nothing unobserved can pass
an orphanage for mentally and physically impaired children, babies, teenagers and adults
Keywords:  rusty, stove, cluster, rim, houses
a collection of very basic houses, each one with a small stove (made of a rusty rim and wood) in the front, and the people wearing only what's necessary, given that it can get very hot out there
a small cluster of houses
Keywords:  terrible, waste, thing
a terrible thing to waste
a cohesive social unit and the emphasis should be on the word "social"
an obvious example of a social institution
a mainly residential district of Manhattan; `the Village' became a home for many writers and artists in the 20th century
Keywords:  mrf, sounding, word, site, period
Our more period sounding word to refer to the site. The MRF village does not have a name.
a partnership between the PGA of America and a large, international real estate
Keywords:  choice, natural
a natural choice
Keywords:  better, option
a better option
Keywords:  visited, rooms, users, server, created
Server providing different types of rooms, that can be created and visited by the users.
Keywords:  world
a world in itself