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1 º _ Pardon, permission; It comes from Latin venia, AE ("favor, consent, forgiveness"). 2 º _ Military greeting placing the hand at the height of the temple, and preferably with the helmet or the cap; The name has the same origin, but the gesture is medieval, as the Knights with armor had to discover his face in a sign of respect to their peers or superiors and for that they held their hand to the helm and kept the visor raised as greeting.

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