VR

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AcronymDefinition
VRVirtual Reality
VRVery Respectfully (closing salutation)
VRVisual Reality
VRVibration Reduction (Nikon)
VRVibration Reduction (Nikon camera technology)
VRVerona (Italy)
VRVocational Rehabilitation
VRVideo Recorder
VRVirgin Racing (Formula One racing team)
VRVoice Recognition
VRVacation Rentals
VRVelvet Revolver (band)
VRVital Records
VRVeer
VRVoltage Regulator
VRVelocity Relative
VRValid Reason
VRVictorian Railways (former government owned railway of the state of Victoria in Australia)
VRVolksrepublik
VRVideo Relay
VRVooray (apparel)
VRVerwaltungsrat (German: Board of Directors)
VRVoter Registration
VRVariable Resistor
VRRotation Speed (aviation)
VRVoice Response
VRVideo Rentals
VRVoltage Reference
VRVocationally Registered (doctors; Australia)
VRVentricular Tachycardia
VRVéhicule Récréatif (French: Recreational Vehicle)
VRVirtual Router
VRVascular Resistance
VRVertical Resolution
VRVista Ready (software)
VRVacation Resort
VRVolume Reduction
VRVictoria Regina (Queen Victoria)
VRVanilloid Receptor
VRTransport Squadron (US Navy Aviation unit designation used from 1942 to 1958)
VRVolunteer Reserve (RAF)
VRFleet Logistics Support Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1976 to present)
VRVirtual Reconstruction
VRVariable Reward (incentive)
VRVeiligheidsrapport (Dutch: Safety Report)
VRValve-Regulated (battery)
VRVoluntary Redundancy
VRVisiting Researcher
VRVoltage Relay
VRVisual Route
VRVendor Relations
VRVoltage Rectifier
VRValtion Rautatiet (Railways of Finland)
VRVoyage Repair
VRVacuum Residue
VRVitrinite Reflectance
VRVasomotor Rhinitis
VRAir Transport Squadron (US Navy Aviation unit designation used from 1942 to 1958)
VRVerb Root
VRVulnerability Report
VRVocal Resonance
VRVisit Request
VRVoluntary Restraint
VRVulnerability Reduction
VRVirtual Repository
VRVariability Reduction
VRVertical Rescue
VRVertical Riser (telephone systems grounding)
VRUrbs Roma (Latin: City of Rome, epigraphy)
VRFleet Tactical Support Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1958 to 1976)
VRVirtual Recorder
VRV Rotate
VRHeading to A Radial
VRVFR Military Training Route
VRVariability Ratio
VRVehicle Representative
VRVirtual Radiography
VRVelocity Rotate (aviation)
VRVoltage Regulating Transformer
VRVertical Replication
VRVisa Revocation (US immigration)
VRFleet Logistic Air Squadron (US Navy Aviation unit designation used from 1942 to 1958)
VRVentilation and Radiation
VRVolksbanken Raffeisenbanken
VRVital Resolution (gaming team)
VRVane Rate
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However, the problem in this representation is that it does not express the verb root, that is, the semantic content that is lexicalized by it without its arguments.
Synchronically, this marker is often realized through vowel shift on a preceding verb root.
The Mari verb can be compared to the PU verb root *nicka- 'tear'(Sammallahti 1988 : 546), which is reconstructed on the basis of Saami, Permic and Hungarian: cf.
For instance, the Abui verb root -hayei can occur with multiple different prefixes with slightly different meanings: (i) a prefix of inflection I encoding S to mean 'fall' (9a); (ii) a prefix of inflection III encoding S to mean 'almost fall' (9b), and; (III) a prefix of inflection V encoding P to denote a transitive event whereby one entity falls on another (9c).
c) with their flective markers (person, number, gender and tense) integrated in the single lexical form, verbs are cognitively more firmly entrenched in constructional links with other participants of the event schema and with their derivational links (affixes) they establish stronger semantic and grammatical links with the verb root (cf.
The choice of this vowel is determined by verb root vowel.
If the first constituent is allowed to have either a noun root or a verb root, only 48 out of 383 second constituents does not have a noun prefix.
Alexander, editor of Levi Gritt's 1951 Cherokee dictionary, renders the term, une:hlanv:hi, as "Lord" (1971:95), the word which most aptly describes this supernatural force derives its power from the verb root -ane:hl-"to provide" (Kilpatrick and Kilpatrick 1965:72-73).
For instance, the verb root a'pihk- 'sell, give away' never indexes an R argument, and only (specific) Ts can be primary objects.
Multiple extensions following the verb root can be morphologically analysed as a closed morpheme class using different computational techniques.
radical verb root [not equal to] [not equal to] CV, CV(N)C- [not equal to]CVVC-, [not equal to] VC- c.
Katyayana appears to be more forthright in pointing out how the two different definitions of a verb root (kriya-based and bhavabased).