vers-, vert-, -verse, -version, -version, -versation, -versal, -versary, -vert, vort-, vors-
(Latin: bend, turn)
2. The accomplishment of a point or free throw in a sports activity; such as, American Football: The team captain kicked the ball for the conversion, tying the game, 1 to 1.
Motto of Otto II (973-983), who was already crowned and anointed emperor in Rome in 967 during his father's reign. After having successfully repelled the attacking Danes and warding off an attempt by the West Franks to seize Lorraine, his campaign in Southern Italy for his wife's hereditary claims ended in defeat. After a splendid assembly at Verona, he suddenly died at the age of 28 and is buried in St. Peter's, in Rome.
2. The downward deviation of one eye.
While driving on the roundabout on the highway, Pete noticed two divergent roads leading to the same city.2. Relating to proceeding in dissimilar routes, lines of action, or types of thinking: The professor was known for her divergent thinking about solving the math equation.
3. A reference to thinking or reasoning that results in a wide variety of possible answers to a problem: The symposium encouraged divergent thinking from the students as they searched for answers to the challenges of creating a better environment on campus.