evince \ih-VIN(T)S\, transitive verb:
- To show in a clear manner; to manifest; to make evident; to bring to light.
Origin: Evince is from Latin evincere, "to conquer entirely, to prevail over, to prove irresistibly," from e- (here used intensively) + vincere, "to conquer."
- The act of two persons using their mouths to perform sexual intercourse. These two persons can be of the same or opposite sex but they are rarely a married couple.
- Cullinan Diamond: was discovered in the Premier Mine, South Africa; it is the largest gem-quality diamond ever found and the stones that were cut and polished from it are now part of the British crown jewels (1905)
- Joan Leslie 1925
- Roger Vadim 1928
- Jules Feiffer 1929
- Mary Murphy 1931
- Claude Gray (The Tall Texan) 1932
- Huey "Piano" Smith 1934
- Bob Uecker 1935
- Scott Glenn 1942
- Jean Knight 1943
- Angela Davis 1944
- Tom Keifer 1961 - Musician (Cinderella)
- Wayne Gretzky 1961 - Hockey hall-of-famer.
- Andrew Ridgeley (Wham!) 1963