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Main Entry: 1vis·it
Inflected Form(s): vis·it·ed /viz-t-d, viz-td/; vis·it·ing /viz-t-i, viz-ti/
Etymology: Middle English visiten "to go to a person especially to give comfort," from early French visiter (same meaning), derived from Latin visere "to go to see," from vidre "to see" --related to VISION 1: to go to see in order to comfort or help <visit the sick> 2 a: to pay a call upon as an act of friendship or courtesy b: to go or come to see on business c: to live with for a time as a guest 3: to go to for pleasure <visit the zoo> 4: to make a visit or frequent or regular visits 5: 1CHAT 1 <enjoys visiting with the neighbors>