Etymology 1From Latin via ‘road’.
Etymology 2From Latin via, ablative singular of via ‘way, road’ (Etymology 1, above).
- By way of; passing through.
Pronounvia (second person possessive of vi, "you")
- a tree (giant arum, Alocasia)
Nounvia, viae f
- way (wide path)
Etymology 1/ via
Etymology 3Form of the adjective viu
Etymology 4Form of the noun vie
VIA may refer to one of the following.
- Italian for: "By way of", "Get out of the way" or "Street"
- VIA (Volunteers In Asia), is an American non-profit organization providing international cultural exchange programs.
- A via (electronics) is a through-connection
- A viaduct is a kind of bridge
- The Latin name for a Roman road.
- Vias is a commune of the Hérault département, France
- Vias Plage is the beach area for Vias
- VIA was the ICAO airline designator for the airline Viasa
- Versatile Interface Adapter
- Virtual Interface Adapter
- Virtual Interface Architecture
- VIA (ВИА) in Russian is the abbreviation of Вокально-Инструментальный Ансамбль Vokal'no-Instrumental'nyy ansambl (Vocal-Instrumental Ensemble). E.g. VIA Gra (ВИА Гра)
- VIA is an official approval stamp used to certify parts of Japanese vehicles - including bicycles. This mark signifies compliance with certain quality standards, and is similar to the "UL" (Underwriter Laboratories) mark.
- VIA Technologies, a Taiwanese manufacturer of integrated circuits and NanoBook subnotebook or Ultra-Mobile PC.
- VIA Rail, a Canadian passenger rail company
- VIA Metropolitan Transit, a mass transit agency serving San Antonio, Texas.
- Via (magazine) - AAA's travel magazine.
- Via Foundation Nadace Via - A nonprofit organization based in Prague, Czech Republic
- Angela Via, singer and songwriter
- The U.S. ticker symbol for Viacom class A shares
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