Ampoule vs V - What's the difference?

ampoule | v |


As a noun ampoule

is a small hermetically sealed vial containing a sterile solution suitable for injection.

As a letter v is

the twenty-second letter of the.

As a numeral v is

cardinal number five (5).

As a symbol v is

velocity.

ampoule

Alternative forms

* ampul * ampule

Noun

(en noun)
  • A small hermetically sealed vial containing a sterile solution suitable for injection.
  • v

    Translingual

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    Etymology 1

    Minuscule variation of Latin V, from seventh century Old Latin adoption of Old Italic letter .

    Letter

  • The twenty-second letter of the .
  • See also
    (Latn-script) * (select symbols) * (other scripts) Cyrillic * (wikipedia "v")

    Etymology 2

    Lower case form of upper case roman numeral V, from abbreviation of IIII? or IIIIV (representing 5), from tally stick markings resembling \\\\? or ////?, from the practice of designating each fifth notch with a double cut, like the corresponding Western tally mark,

    Alternative forms

    * V,

    Numeral

  • cardinal number five (5).
  • See also

    * Previous: iv (4) * Next: vi (6) *

    Etymology 3

    Symbol

    (head)
  • velocity
  • ).
  • See also

    {{Letter , page=V , NATO=Victor , Morse=···– , Character=V , Braille=? }} Image:Latin V.png, Capital and lowercase versions of V , in normal and italic type Image:Fraktur letter V.png, Uppercase and lowercase V in Fraktur ----