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 sabacthani, undeclined V   [EEQFW]  forsaken; [Heli Heli lemma ~ => My God, my God why hast thou forsaken me];   1000    
 Sabaoth, undeclined N N   [EEQEE]  hosts (pl.); armies; (Hebrew); [Deus Sabaoth => God of Hosts];   1000    
 sabath, undeclined N N   [EXQEW]  Shebat, Jewish month; (eleventh in ecclesiastic year);   1000    
 Sabbaoth, undeclined N N   [EEQEE]  hosts (pl.); armies; (Hebrew); [Deus Sabaoth => God of Hosts];   1000    
 sabbataria, sabbatariae N (1st) F   [XEXFO]  woman who keeps the sabbath; Jewish woman;   1000    
 sabbatismus, sabbatismi N (2nd) M   [EEXES]  observing/keeping of the sabbath;   1000    
 sabbatizo, sabbatizare, sabbatizavi, sabbatizatus V (1st) INTRANS   [EEXES]  observe/keep the sabbath;   1000    
 sabbatum, sabbati N (2nd) N   [XEXBO]  Sabbath (usu. pl.); Saturday (Jewish); Sunday (Christian); festival/feast day;   1000    
 Sabine ADV   [XXIDX]  Sabine, in Sabine language;   1000    
 Sabinus, Sabina, Sabinum ADJ   [XXXDX]  Sabine, of the Sabines/their country/that area; the shrub savin/its oil;   1000    
 Sabinus, Sabini N (2nd) M   [XXIDX]  Sabines (pl.), people living NE of Rome; their territory; an estate there;   1000    
 sabucus, sabuci N (2nd) M   [XDXES]  sambuca-player; (triangular stringed instrument w/very sharp shrill tone OED);   1000    
 sabulum, sabuli N (2nd) N   [XXXEC]  gravel, sand;   1000    
 saburra, saburrae N (1st) F   [XXXBX]  gravel/sand (used for ballast);   1000    
 saccatum, saccati N (2nd) N   [XXXFS]  urine;   1000    
 saccharatus, saccharata, saccharatum ADJ   [GXXEK]  sweetened;   1000    
 saccharinum, saccharini N (2nd) N   [GXXEK]  saccharin;   1000    
 saccharum, sacchari N (2nd) N   [GXXEK]  sugar;   1000    
 sacciperium, sacciperii N (2nd) N   [XXXEK]  bag;   1000    
 sacco, saccare, saccavi, saccatus V (1st) TRANS   [XXXDS]  filter; strain;   1000    
 sacculus, sacculi N (2nd) M   [XXXDX]  little bag (as a filter for wine); purse; sachet (Cal);   1000    
 saccus, sacci N (2nd) M   [XXXBX]  sack, bag; wallet;   1000    
 sacellum, sacelli N (2nd) N   [XEXDX]  shrine;   1000    
 sacer, sacra, sacrum ADJ   [XEXAX]  sacred, holy, consecrated; accursed, horrible, detestable;   1000    
 sacerdos, sacerdotis N (3rd) C   [XEXAX]  priest, priestess;   1000    
 sacerdotalis, sacerdotalis N (3rd) M   [XEXFO]  priests (pl.), men of priestly rank;   1000    
 sacerdotalis, sacerdotalis, sacerdotale ADJ   [XEXEO]  priestly, connected with priests or priesthood;   1000    
 sacerdotialis, sacerdotialis, sacerdotiale ADJ   [XEXIO]  priestly, connected with priests or priesthood;   1000    
 sacerdotium, sacerdoti(i) N (2nd) N   [XEXDX]  priesthood; benefice/living (Erasmus);   1000    
 sacoma, sacomatis N (3rd) N   [FXXEK]  counterweight;   1000    
 sacopenium, sacopenii N (2nd) N   [XAXFS]  plant gum-juice (Pliny);   1000    
 sacramentarium, sacramentarii N (2nd) N   [FEXEE]  sacramentary, book of prayers; early office-book w/rites/prayers of sacraments;   1000    
 sacramentum, sacramenti N (2nd) N   [XXXDX]  sum deposited in a civil process, guaranty; oath of allegiance; sacrament;   1000    
 sacrarium, sacrari(i) N (2nd) N   [XEXDX]  shrine, sanctuary;   1000    
 sacratus, sacrata, sacratum ADJ   [XEXDX]  hallowed, holy, sacred;   1000    
 sacricola, sacricolae N (1st) C   [XEXEC]  sacrificing priest or priestess;   1000    
 sacrifer, sacrifera, sacriferum ADJ   [XEXDX]  carrying sacred objects;   1000    
 sacrificium, sacrifici(i) N (2nd) N   [XEXBX]  sacrifice, offering to a deity;   1000    
 sacrifico, sacrificare, sacrificavi, sacrificatus V (1st)   [XEXDX]  sacrifice; celebrate the Mass (Erasmus);   1000    
 sacrificulus, sacrificuli N (2nd) M   [XEXDX]  sacrificing priest;   1000    
 sacrificum, sacrifici N (2nd) N   [XEXDX]  sacrifice, offering to a deity;   1000    
 sacrificus, sacrifica, sacrificum ADJ   [XEXDX]  sacrificial, associated with the performance of sacrifice/priestly duties;   1000    
 sacrificus, sacrifici N (2nd) M   [FEXDX]  sacrificing priest;   1000    
 sacrilegium, sacrilegi(i) N (2nd) N   [XEXDX]  sacrilege; robbery of sacred property;   1000    
 sacrilegus, sacrilega, sacrilegum ADJ   [XEXDX]  sacrilegious, impious;   1000    
 sacrilegus, sacrilegi N (2nd) M   [XXXDS]  temple defiler; temple robber;   1000    
 sacrista, sacristae N (1st) C   [EEXBE]  sacristan (one charged with books/treasury of church/monastery); vestryman;   1000    
 sacristanus, sacristani N (2nd) M   [EEXCE]  sacristan (one charged with books/treasury of church/monastery); vestryman;   1000    
 sacristia, sacristiae N (1st) F   [GEXEK]  vestry;   1000    
 sacro, sacrare, sacravi, sacratus V (1st)   [XEXBX]  consecrate, make sacred, dedicate;   1000    
 sacrosanctus, sacrosancta, sacrosanctum ADJ   [XEXDX]  consecrated by religious ceremony, sacred, inviolable, most holy; venerable;   1000    
 sacrum, sacri N (2nd) N   [XEXDX]  sacrifice; sacred vessel; religious rites (pl.);   1000    
 sade, undeclined N N   [DEQEW]  sade; (18th letter of Hebrew alphabet); (transliterate as TS);   1000    
 saeclaris, saeclaris, saeclare ADJ   [CXXEO]  of/belonging to saeculum/century/generation; of Roman century games/hymns;   1000    
 saeclum, saecli N (2nd) N   [XXXCO]  age; generation, people born at a time; breed, race; present time/age; century;   1000    
 saecularis, saecularis, saeculare ADJ   [CXXEO]  of/belonging to saeculum/century/generation; of Roman century games/hymns;   1000    
 saeculum, saeculi N (2nd) N   [XXXAO]  age; generation, people born at a time; breed, race; present time/age; century;   1000    
 saepe, saepius, saepissime ADV   [XXXAX]  often, oft, oftimes, many times, frequently;   1000    
 saepenumero ADV   [XXXDX]  repeatedly; on many occasions;   1000    
 saepes, saepis N (3rd) F   [XXXCO]  hedge; fence; anything planted/erected to form surrounding barrier;   1000    
 saepicule ADV   [XXXES]  pretty often;   1000    
 saepimentum, saepimenti N (2nd) N   [XXXDX]  fence, enclosure;   1000    
 saepio, saepire, saepsi, saeptus V (4th) TRANS   [XXXAO]  surround/envelop/enfold/encircle; clothe/cover/protect; close/seal off; shut in;   1000    
 saeps, saepis N (3rd) F   [XXXFO]  hedge; fence; anything planted/erected to form surrounding barrier;   1000    
 saeptum, saepti N (2nd) N   [XXXDX]  fold, paddock; enclosure; voting enclosure in the Campus Martius;   1000    
 saeta, saetae N (1st) F   [XXXCO]  hair; (coarse/stiff); bristle; brush; morbid internal growth; fishing-leader;   1000    
 saetiger, saetigera, saetigerum ADJ   [XXXDX]  bristly;   1000    
 saetosus, saetosa, saetosum ADJ   [XXXDX]  bristly, shaggy;   1000    
 saevidicus, saevidica, saevidicum ADJ   [XXXEC]  angrily spoken;   1000    
 saevio, saevire, saevivi, saevitus V (4th) INTRANS   [XXXBO]  rage; rave, bluster; be/act angry/violent/ferocious; vent rage on (DAT);   1000    
 saevitia, saevitiae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  rage, fierceness, ferocity; cruelty, barbarity, violence;   1000    
 saevus, saeva -um, saevior -or -us, saevissimus -a -um ADJ   [XXXAO]  savage; fierce/ferocious; violent/wild/raging; cruel, harsh, severe; vehement;   1000    
 saffranum, saffrani N (2nd) N   [FAXFM]  saffron;   1000    
 saga, sagae N (1st) F   [XXXDX]  witch, sorceress, wise woman;   1000    
 sagacitas, sagacitatis N (3rd) F   [XXXCO]  keenness (of scent/senses); acuteness/instinct/flair; sagacity/shrewdness (L+S);   1000    
 sagapenon, sagapeni N N   [XAXFS]  plant gum-juice (Pliny);   1000    
 sagatus, sagata, sagatum ADJ   [XXXEC]  clothed in a sagum (cloak);   1000    
 sagax, (gen.), sagacis ADJ   [XXXBX]  keen-scented; acute, sharp, perceptive;   1000    
 sagena, sagenae N (1st) F   [XXXFO]  seine, drag-net;   1000    
 sagino, saginare, saginavi, saginatus V (1st) TRANS   [XAXCO]  fatten (animals) for eating; feed lavishly, stuff;   1000    
 sagitta, sagittae N (1st) F   [XWXAX]  arrow;   1000    
 sagittarius, sagittari(i) N (2nd) M   [XWXCO]  archer, bowman; fletcher, maker of arrows; Archer (constellation/zodiac sign);   1000    
 sagittarius, sagittaria, sagittarium ADJ   [XWXCO]  armed with bow/arrows; used in/concerned with making/manufacturing arrows;   1000    
 sagittatio, sagittationis N (3rd) F   [GXXEK]  archery;   1000    
 sagittatus, sagittata, sagittatum ADJ   [XWXFO]  barbed; formed like arrows;   1000    
 sagittifer, sagittifera, sagittiferum ADJ   [XXXDX]  carrying arrows;   1000    
 sagitto, sagittare, sagittavi, sagittatus V (1st)   [XWXEC]  shoot arrows;   1000    
 sagma, sagmae N (1st) F   [EXXES]  saddle;   1000    
 sagmen, sagminis N (3rd) N   [XEXEC]  bunch of sacred herbs;   1000    
 sagulum, saguli N (2nd) N   [XXXDX]  cloak, traveling cloak;   1000    
 sagum, sagi N (2nd) N   [XXXDX]  cloak;   1000    
 sagus, saga, sagum ADJ   [XXXDS]  prophetic;   1000    
 saisimentum, saisimenti N (2nd) N   [FXXFY]  attachment; seizure; requisition; transfer;   1000    
 sal, salis N (3rd) M   [XXXBX]  salt; wit;   1000    
 salacaccabium, salacaccabii N (2nd) N   [FXXEK]  salting;   1000    
 salaco, salaconis N (3rd) M   [XXXEC]  swaggerer, braggart;   1000    
 salaputium, salaputii N (2nd) N   [XXXEC]  little man, manikin;   1000    
 salariarius, salariarii N (2nd) M   [GXXEK]  salaried employee;   1000    
 salarium, salari(i) N (2nd) N   [XXXDX]  regular official payment to the holder of a civil or military post;   1000    
 salarius, salaria, salarium ADJ   [XXXDX]  of salt, salt;   1000    

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