VITVE ET GEBRIDER ROM ?

The title page of a 1906 Vilna publication from the famous Romm Press reads DRUKERAY FUN VITVE ET GEBRIDER ROM.
What exactly does VITVE mean? Is this a slavicism? In Hebrew, the press is "ALMANAV V'AKHAV ROM," and the usual English translation of this press is, "the Widow and the Brothers Romm."

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German "Witwe" is "widow", so "vitve" is the daytshmerish version of that.