How comes that "ve" means the same as "viene"?? These are two different words. And above this the word "ve" doesn't appear among any of the words in the conjugation.
Gotta be a mistake. "ve" = he/she/it sees, and 'viene' is from venir, to come
Also, ¡ve! [tú] is the imperative form for go!, from the verb ir
according to the conjugation, third person singular is va, not ve
that is true for the verb ir, to go.
In this case, the verb used is to see, ver
Sometimes, conjugations may collide among verbs.