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  1. divoc

    COVID spelled backwards.

    There is no such word as DIVOC.

    Submitted by anonymous on August 18, 2021  
  2. divoc

    Divoc is a song by Jim Lynch released in 2021 on the Chaco Moon Roda album.

    Submitted by acronimous on August 8, 2021  
  3. divoc

    DIVOC is an open source project created in India to help rapid rollout of digital credentials for vaccination programs, manage core registries to support vaccination credentialing, and optionally collect post vaccination feedback from citizens.

    Submitted by acronimous on August 8, 2021  
  4. divoc

    Divoc is a term derived from the Hebrew word ‘dybbuk’, which is an evil spirit capable of possessing other creatures, and it’s believed to be the suffering soul of the dead. The dybbuk is the soul of an evil person who’s soul wants to evade the punishment and tries to stay on this dimension by possessing another body.

    Dybbuks are believed to posses poorly evolved creatures.

    Etymology: Dybbuk, comes from the Hebrew word evil דִּיבּוּק‎ dibbūq which means 'the act of sticking' and is a nominal form derived from the verb דָּבַק‎ dāḇaq 'to adhere' or 'cling'.

    Submitted by Raspygator on August 14, 2021  

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of divoc in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of divoc in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

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