Is there a two letter word beginning with a v that i can use in scrabble?

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i always end with v as my last letter
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No.

There are no two-letter words containing a V or a C that are acceptable in Scrabble in North American play.

All other letters appear in at least one two-letter word.

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Longtime tournament Scrabble player
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  • Adi answered 6 years ago
    There's no two letter word beginning with v (see http://www.yak.net/kablooey/scrabble/2le... for a list of two letter words).

    You can't use acronyms in Scrabble...
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  • Iain P answered 6 years ago
    there is no real two letter word in the English language that begins with v. sorry
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  • old man answered 6 years ago
    vo, sorry i meant no
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  • Chris answered 6 years ago
    no
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  • Herb answered 6 years ago
    Afraid not - sorry!
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  • James answered 6 years ago
    according to the Concise Oxford English Dictionary there is VA and Va, they are both abbreviations, there is also v which is also an abbreviations however in Scrabble you would have to place this first, and would make it very difficult for the opponent to go next, however i don't think you can use abbreviations, depends on what rules you are playing too
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  • K.N. answered 6 years ago
    Not to my knowledge but if you end with v, unless it's at the very top or some place where you're stuck with the two v's at the beginning, you could branch off and create the word "savvy".
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  • BeeBee answered 6 years ago
    no i don't think so. yeah probably not.
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  • proudmom answered 6 years ago
    vi

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vi

    vi is a screen-oriented text editor written by Bill Joy in 1976 for an early BSD release.

    The name vi is derived from the shortest unambiguous abbreviation for the command visual in ex; the command in question switches the line editor ex to visual mode. The name vi is pronounced /ˈviːˈaɪ/,[1] or /vaɪ/.[2]
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  • Alteredstatemate answered 6 years ago
    VD
    VC
    any abbreviation Really
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