Vixen

  • 1Vixen! — Vixen (film) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Vixen (homonymie). Vixen Titre original Vixen! Réalisation Russ Meyer Scénario Robert Rudelson Russ Meyer Anthony James Ryan …

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  • 2Vixen — can refer to:* A female fox, or* Vixen 357, a Japanese Sega Mega Drive strategy game * A shrewish, ill tempered or spiteful woman; a virago * An attractive woman who often takes advantage of men * A 1976 album by soul singer Gloria Jones * Vixen… …

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  • 3Vixen — Primera aparición Action Comics Nº 521 (julio de 1981) DC Comics Creador(es) Gerry Conway Curt Swan Información Nombre …

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  • 4Vixen FM — (or Vixen 87 as it was known as on air) is a community radio organisation based in the town of Market Weighton, East Riding of Yorkshire in the United Kingdom.The station has transmitted several Restricted Service Licence 28 day broadcasts and on …

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  • 5Vixen — (engl. „Füchsin“) bezeichnet: eine Hardrockband, siehe Vixen (Band) einen Film von Russ Meyer eine US amerikanische Automarke (1914–1916), siehe Vixen (Automarke) ein Modell (1967–1973) des britischen Automobilherstellers TVR, siehe TVR Vixen… …

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  • 6Vixen — Vix en, n. [AS. fixen a she fox, for fyxen, fem. of fox. See {Fox}.] 1. A female fox. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.] [1913 Webster] 2. A cross, ill tempered person; formerly used of either sex, now only of a woman. Barrow. [1913 Webster] She was a vixen… …

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  • 7vixen — (n.) O.E. *fyxen (implied in adjective fyxan), fem. of fox (see FOX (Cf. fox), and Cf. M.H.G. vühsinne, Ger. füchsin). Solitary English survival of the Germanic feminine suffix en, in (Cf. O.E. gyden goddess; mynecen nun, from munuc …

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  • 8vixen — shrew, scold, termagant, *virago, amazon …

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  • 9vixen — [n] foxy person cat, dragon, harpy, harridan, hellcat, she devil, shrew, termagant, virago, witch, Xanthippe; concept 412 …

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  • 10vixen — ► NOUN 1) a female fox. 2) a spiteful or quarrelsome woman. DERIVATIVES vixenish adjective. ORIGIN perhaps from an Old English word meaning «of a fox» …

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  • 11vixen — [vik′sən] n. [ME (southern dial.) fixen < OE fyxe, she fox (or fyxen, adj., of a fox) < fox,FOX] 1. a female fox 2. an ill tempered, shrewish, or malicious woman vixenish adj. vixenishly adv …

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  • 12Vixen 03 — Infobox Book | name = Vixen 03 image caption = 1st Edition Hardcover author = Clive Cussler cover artist = Lou Feck country = United States language = English series = Dirk Pitt Novels genre = Adventure; Techno thriller publisher = Viking Press… …

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  • 13Vixen (RV) — {| border=0 align=right Infobox Automobile boxcolor = darkgreen name = Vixen manufacturer = Vixen Motor Company production = 1986 1989 class = A platform = body style = predecessor = successor = aka = related = similar = designer = Bill… …

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  • 14Vixen! — Infobox Film name = Vixen! caption = Theatrical poster to Vixen! (1968) director = Russ Meyer producer = Russ Meyer writer = Russ Meyer Anthony James Ryan starring = Erica Gavin music = cinematography = editing = Russ Meyer distributor = Eve… …

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  • 15vixen —    Female foxes are evidently very badtempered and to call a woman a vixen is to say that she is ‘a nasty quean, a slut, a scold’, as Burton expressed it in The Anatomy of Melancholy. In A Midsummer Night’s Dream Shakespeare has Helena say of her …

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  • 16Vixen — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. En anglais, vixen signifie « renarde » mais aussi, de manière figurée, une femme fatale au caractère bien trempé. Ce mot peut faire référence… …

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  • 17vixen — vix|en [ˈvıksən] n [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: fixen vixen (15 18 centuries), from Old English fyxe vixen , from fox] 1.) a female ↑fox 2.) literary an offensive word for a woman who is bad tempered or who fights …

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  • 18vixen — [15] The only Old English word on record for a ‘female fox’ is fyxe. Fixene first appears in the late Middle English period. It was formed using the suffix en, denoting ‘female’. This was once quite common – Old English had biren ‘female bear’,… …

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  • 19vixen — UK [ˈvɪks(ə)n] / US [ˈvɪksən] noun [countable] Word forms vixen : singular vixen plural vixens a female fox I, 1) Derived word: vixenish adjective …

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  • 20vixen — [15] The only Old English word on record for a ‘female fox’ is fyxe. Fixene first appears in the late Middle English period. It was formed using the suffix en, denoting ‘female’. This was once quite common – Old English had biren ‘female bear’,… …

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