Definitions for veiiˈvi yaɪ, ˈveɪ yi
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Ve•iiˈvi yaɪ, ˈveɪ yi(n.)
an ancient Etruscan city in central Italy, in Etruria, near Rome: destroyed by the Romans 396 b .c .
Category: Ancient History, Geography (places)
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
an ancient city of Etruria, and in early times a formidable rival of Rome, from which it was only 12 m. distant. The Romans under Camillus laid siege to it, and it baffled them for 10 years.