It is an optical data storage disc. It was invented in 1995. Before invention, VCDs were popular optical data storage discs. There was also an unofficial full name of DVD. It was called Digital Videodisk. But as DVDs were not just limited to videos, this full name was rejected by mass technological forums.
|Digital Versatile Disc||Electronic Device||DVD|
|Digital Versatile Disk (also Digital Video Disk)||Computer and Networking||DVD|
|DUVVADA||Indian Railway Station||DVD|
|Double Volume Disk||Electronics||DVD|
|Digital Video Disc||Accounts and Finance||DVD|
|Delta Velocity Display||Space Science||DVD|
|Dual View Display||Computer Hardware||DVD|
|Digital Versatile Disk||Computer Hardware||DVD|
|Digital Video Device||Military and Defence||DVD|
|Direct Vendor Delivery||Military and Defence||DVD|
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