Ven

Ven may refer to:

  • Ven, Sweden, a Swedish island
  • Ven, Tajikistan
  • Ven (Gemert-Bakel), a hamlet in the Netherlands
  • Ven (Veghel), a hamlet in the Netherlands
  • Ven, Heeze-Leende, a hamlet in the Netherlands
  • Ventus (Kingdom Hearts), nicknamed Ven, a character from the Kingdom Hearts series of video games
  • Vên, an EP by Eluveitie
  • Ventriloquism
  • Ven (currency), the virtual currency used in Hub Culture
  • VEN (Veszprém), Veszprémi Egyetemi Napok (University Days of Veszprém), traditional celebration held at Pannon University, Veszprém, Hungary.
  • The ven, a fictional race of near-human beings who feature in the roleplaying games of John Wick, especially Houses of the Blooded.
  • Ven. is an abbreviation of Venerable
  • Ven - A shortened form of a common Hindu name - Venkat, Venkatesh, Venkatachalam


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... Ven is a town in north-western Tajikistan ... It is located in Sughd province ...
List Of World Championships Medalists In Sailing (centreboard Classes) - Sunfish
... AHO) 1992 Houston Paul Jon Patin (USA) 1993 Virgin Gorda Eduardo Cordero (VEN) 1994 Hamilton Malcolm Smith (BER) Eduardo Cordero (VEN) Paul Jon Patin (USA) 1995 Abaco David Loring (USA ...
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... Rider Team 1990 VEN ! González, SergioSergio González (VEN) Lotería del Táchira 1991 COL ! Barrera, Néstor FreddyNéstor Freddy Barrera (COL) Alcaldía de ...

Famous quotes containing the word ven:

    Ven you’re a married man, Samivel, you’ll understand a good many things as you don’t understand now; but vether it’s worth goin’ through so much, to learn so little, as the charity-boy said ven he got to the end of the alphabet, is a matter of taste.
    Charles Dickens (1812–1870)