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Santali

sanˈtɑːli

Meanings of Santali:

noun

The munda language of the santal people of eastern india.

Usage examples:

The akademi is also giving more attention to translation works in santali and bodo languages which …
adjective

Relating to the santal or their language.

Usage examples:

The keonjhar bandh call given by the bharatiya janata party evoked total response in the urban area…

Meanings of Santiago:

proper noun

The capital of chile, situated to the west of the andes in the central part of the country; population 4,985,900 (est. 2008).

Santims

ˈsantiːm

Meanings of Santims:

noun

A monetary unit of latvia, equal to one hundredth of a lat.

Usage examples:

Much more controversy arose about the name of the coins, whether they should be ‘stotinki’ ‘santims…

Meanings of Santo:

noun

(in mexico and spanish-speaking areas of the south-western us) a religious symbol, especially a wooden representation of a saint.

Usage examples:

I asked quiroz about his mother and the santos she used to sell - saints that could cure illness or…

Santolina

ˌsantəˈliːnə

Meanings of Santolina:

noun

A plant of the genus santolina in the daisy family, especially (in gardening) cotton lavender.

Usage examples:

Take heel cuttings from ceanothus, penstemons, lavenders, santolinas and philadelphus.

Meanings of Santon:

noun

(chiefly in provence) a figurine adorning a representation of the manger in which jesus was laid.

Usage examples:

There are treasures to take home, such as santons, little provençal figures of bakers and farmers t…

Meanings of Santonica:

noun

The dried flower heads of a wormwood plant, containing the drug santonin.

Usage examples:

If the drug is pure, the liquid will acquire a pronounced red color; if falsified, the color will b…

Meanings of Santonin:

noun

A toxic crystalline compound present in santonica and related plants, used as an anthelmintic.

Usage examples:

Tenulin and helenalin were obtained from helenium amarum, whereas santonin was commercially supplie…

Santos

ˈsantəʊ

Meanings of Santos:

noun

(in mexico and spanish-speaking areas of the south-western us) a religious symbol, especially a wooden representation of a saint.

Usage examples:

I asked quiroz about his mother and the santos she used to sell - saints that could cure illness or…
proper noun

A port on the coast of brazil, situated just south-east of são paulo; population 418,288 (2007).

Santours

sʌnˈtʊə

Meanings of Santours:

noun

An indian musical instrument like a dulcimer, played by striking with a pair of small, spoon-shaped wooden hammers.

Usage examples:

I am familiar with the tabla, sitar, santoor and the indian flute.

Sanyasi

sənˈjɑːsi

Meanings of Sanyasi:

noun

A hindu religious mendicant.

Usage examples:

By himself becoming a hindu and a sannyasin, he has challenged the obnoxious caste system.

Sao

saʊ təˈmeɪ.ən

Meanings of Sao:

adjective

Belonging to or relating to são tomé and príncipe or its people

Sap

sap

Meanings of Sap:

noun

The fluid which circulates in the vascular system of a plant, consisting chiefly of water with dissolved sugars and mineral salts.

Usage examples:

Create a living smorgasbord that includes plants with berries, foliage, fruit, nectar, nuts, pollen…
verb

Gradually weaken or destroy (a person's strength or power).

Usage examples:

Our energy is being sapped by bureaucrats and politicians

Saphenous

səˈfiː.nəs

Meanings of Saphenous:

adjective

Relating to or denoting either of the two large superficial veins in the leg.

Usage examples:

Its continued use after 1 year in patients with saphenous vein to coronary artery grafts is justifi…

Sapid

ˈsapɪd

Meanings of Sapid:

adjective

Having a strong, pleasant taste.

Usage examples:

Sapid nut bread

Sapiens

ˌhəʊ.məʊ ˈsæp.i.enz

Meanings of Sapiens:

noun

Modern humans considered together as a species

Sapient

ˈseɪ.pi.ənt

Meanings of Sapient:

adjective

Wise, or attempting to appear wise.

Usage examples:

Members of the female quarter were more sapient but no less savage than the others
noun

Relating to the human species ( homo sapiens ).

Usage examples:

Our sapient ancestors of 40,000 years ago

Meanings of Sapiential:

adjective

Relating to wisdom.

Usage examples:

I saw them as sapiential metaphors, far more meaningful than their didactic pretext

Meanings of Sapling:

noun

A young tree, especially one with a slender trunk.

Usage examples:

Buck rubs were a common sight on fruit trees and saplings in the fencerows and woodlots.

Saplings

ˈsaplɪŋ

Meanings of Saplings:

noun

A young tree, especially one with a slender trunk.

Usage examples:

Buck rubs were a common sight on fruit trees and saplings in the fencerows and woodlots.

Sapodilla

ˌsapəˈdɪlə

Meanings of Sapodilla:

noun

A large evergreen tropical american tree which has edible fruit and hard durable wood and yields chicle.

Usage examples:

All the sculptures on display are made of wood of different types: jackfruit wood, sapodilla wood, …

Meanings of Saponaceous:

adjective

Of, like, or containing soap; soapy.

Usage examples:

Its root is saponaceous, and is pounded into a pulp and used instead of soap by the natives.

Saponification

səˌpɒn.ɪ.fɪˈkeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Saponification:

noun

The chemical reaction between a fat or oil and an alkali which produces soap

Saponified

səˈpɒnɪfʌɪ

Meanings of Saponified:

verb

Turn (fat or oil) into soap by reaction with an alkali.

Usage examples:

Saponified vegetable oils

Meanings of Saponify:

verb

Turn (fat or oil) into soap by reaction with an alkali.

Usage examples:

Saponified vegetable oils

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