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sabbatum {n}
Sabbathrelig.
Saturday <Sat., Sa.>
sabulosus
full of sand
gravelly
sandy
sabulum {n}
(coarse) sand
saccardus {m}
thief
saccare [1]
to filter
saccharum {n}
sugar
sacciperium {n}
pocket for carrying a purse
saccus {m}
bag
sack
sacerdos {f}
priestessrelig.
sacerdos {m}
priestrelig.
sacramentum {n}
oath of allegiance
sacrament
sacrifer
bearing sacred things­
sacrificium {n}
sacrifice
sacrosanctus
inviolable
sacred
venerable
sacrum {n}
sacrifice
saepe
frequently
many times
oft [archaic, literary]
often
saepes {f}
fence
saeve
barbarously
cruelly
ferociously
fiercely
furiously
saeviter
barbarously
cruelly
ferociously
fiercely
furiously
saevus
barbarous
cruel
dire
fell
ferocious [fierce]
fierce
harsh
raging
savage
severe
violent
wild
saga {f}
bawd
female diviner
fortune-teller
procuress
soothsayer
sorceress
wisewoman
witch
sagatus
clothed in a sagum
sagus
predicting
presaging
prophetic
sal {m}
salt
salipotens
powerful over the sea
ruling the sea
salire [4]
to jump
Salisburgum {n}
Salzburggeogr.
saltare [1]
to jump
saltem
at least
salus {f}
greeting
health
prosperity
salvation
salutatio {f}
salutation
Salve!
Bye!
Farewell!
Good afternoon!
Good bye!
Good evening!
Good morning!
Hello!
salvus
alive
safe
saved
sound
unharmed
well
sanabilis
curable
sanare
to curebiol.med.
to healbiol.med.
sanctus
holy
sane
by all means
certainly
discreetly
doubtless
forsooth [archaic]
healthily
however
if you will
indeed
of course
relig.
sabbatum {n}
Sabbath
sabbatum {n}Saturday <Sat., Sa.>
sabulosusfull of sand
sabulosusgravelly
sabulosussandy
sabulum {n}(coarse) sand
saccardus {m}thief
saccare [1]to filter
saccharum {n}sugar
sacciperium {n}pocket for carrying a purse
saccus {m}bag
saccus {m}sack
relig.
sacerdos {f}
priestess
relig.
sacerdos {m}
priest
sacramentum {n}oath of allegiance
sacramentum {n}sacrament
sacriferbearing sacred things­
sacrificium {n}sacrifice
sacrosanctusinviolable
sacrosanctussacred
sacrosanctusvenerable
sacrum {n}sacrifice
saepefrequently
saepemany times
saepeoft [archaic, literary]
saepeoften
saepes {f}fence
saevebarbarously
saevecruelly
saeveferociously
saevefiercely
saevefuriously
saeviterbarbarously
saevitercruelly
saeviterferociously
saeviterfiercely
saeviterfuriously
saevusbarbarous
saevuscruel
saevusdire
saevusfell
saevusferocious [fierce]
saevusfierce
saevusharsh
saevusraging
saevussavage
saevussevere
saevusviolent
saevuswild
saga {f}bawd
saga {f}female diviner
saga {f}fortune-teller
saga {f}procuress
saga {f}soothsayer
saga {f}sorceress
saga {f}wisewoman
saga {f}witch
sagatusclothed in a sagum
saguspredicting
saguspresaging
sagusprophetic
sal {m}salt
salipotenspowerful over the sea
salipotensruling the sea
salire [4]to jump
geogr.
Salisburgum {n}
Salzburg
saltare [1]to jump
saltemat least
salus {f}greeting
salus {f}health
salus {f}prosperity
salus {f}salvation
salutatio {f}salutation
Salve!Bye!
Salve!Farewell!
Salve!Good afternoon!
Salve!Good bye!
Salve!Good evening!
Salve!Good morning!
Salve!Hello!
salvusalive
salvussafe
salvussaved
salvussound
salvusunharmed
salvuswell
sanabiliscurable
biol.med.
sanare
to cure
biol.med.
sanare
to heal
sanctusholy
saneby all means
sanecertainly
sanediscreetly
sanedoubtless
saneforsooth [archaic]
sanehealthily
sanehowever
saneif you will
saneindeed
saneof course
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