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sannup
/san"up/, n. a married American Indian man, esp. a younger one; husband. [1620-30, Amer.; < Massachusett (E sp.) sanomp (c. Eastern Abenaki sénape man, male person)] * * *
sannyasi
/sun yah"see/, n. Hinduism. a wandering beggar and ascetic. [1605-15; < Hindi: one who casts away] * * * In Hinduism, one who renounces all ties with family and society and ...
Sano
▪ Japan       city, southern Tochigi ken (prefecture), east-central Honshu, Japan. It is situated on the northern edge of the Kantō Plain, on the Watarase River, a ...
Sanofi-Aventis
▪ French company       French pharmaceutical company founded in 2004 through the merger of Sanofi-Synthélabo SA and a much larger French firm, Aventis. Primarily ...
SanPablo
San Pab·lo (săn păbʹlō) A city of western California north-northwest of Oakland near San Pablo Bay, a northern arm of San Francisco Bay. It is one of the oldest Spanish ...
SanPedro Channel
San Pe·dro Channel (săn pēʹdrō) A strait of southern California between the mainland and Santa Catalina Island. San Pedro Bay is an inlet of the channel. * * *
SanPedro Sula
San Pe·dro Su·la (săn pēʹdrō so͞oʹlə, sän pĕʹdrō so͞oʹlä) A city of northwest Honduras northwest of Tegucigalpa. It is a commercial center. Population: ...
SanRafael
San Ra·fael (săn rə-fĕlʹ) A city of western California north-northwest of San Francisco. It is a residential community with varied light industries. Population: 48,404. * ...
SanRiver
San River (sän) A river, about 451 km (280 mi) long, of southeast Poland flowing generally north-northwest from the Carpathian Mountains to the Vistula River. * * *
Sanron
      school of Japanese Buddhism derived, by way of China, from the Indian Mādhyamika school. See Mādhyamika. * * *
sans
/sanz/; Fr. /sahonn/, prep. without. [1275-1325; ME < OF sans, earlier sens, seinz a conflation of L sine without, and absentia in the absence of, abl. of absentia ABSENCE] * * *
sans doute
/sahonn dooht"/, French. without doubt; certainly. * * *
sans gêne
/sahonn zhen"/, French. without constraint or embarrassment; free and easy. * * *
sans peur et sans reproche
/sahonn puerdd ay sahonn rddeuh prddawsh/, French. without fear and without reproach: said originally of the French knight, the Seigneur de Bayard. * * *
sans serif
—sans-serif /sanz'ser"if/, adj. /sanz/, Print. a style of monotonal type without serifs. [1820-30] * * * ▪ typeface       in printing, a style of roman letter ...
sans souci
/sahonn sooh see"/, French. carefree. * * *
sans-culotte
—sans-culottic /sanz'kyoo lot"ik, -koo-/, adj. —sans-culottish, adj. —sans-culottism, n. —sans-culottist, n. /sanz'kyoo lot", -koo-/; Fr. /sahonn kyuu lawt"/, n., pl. ...
sans-serif
sans-serif [san ser′if] n. 〚see SANS & SERIF〛 a style of printing type with no serifs * * * See sans serif. * * *
Sans.
Sanskrit. * * *
SanSalvador
I. San Sal·va·dor1 (săn sălʹvə-dôr', sän säl'vä-dôrʹ) Formerly Wat·lings Island(wätʹlĭngz). An island of the central Bahamas in the West Indies. It is generally ...
Sanscrit
Sanscrit [san′skrit΄] n., adj. alt. sp. of SANSKRIT * * *
sansculotte
(French sans-culotte, "without breeches") In the French Revolution, one of the ill-clad and ill-equipped volunteers of the Revolutionary army; also a Parisian ultrademocrat of ...
Sansei
/sahn"say, sahn say"/, n. a grandchild of Japanese immigrants to the U.S. or Canada. Also, sansei. Cf. Issei, Kibei, Nisei. [1940-45; < Japn: third generation, earlier san-sei < ...
sansevieria
/san'seuh vee ear"ee euh, -seuh vear"ee euh/, n. any plant belonging to the genus Sansevieria, of the agave family, grown as a houseplant for its stiff, sword-shaped leaves and ...
Sansi
▪ people       nomadic criminal tribe originally located in the Rājputāna area of northwestern India but expelled in the 13th century by Muslim invaders and now living ...
Sansin
▪ religion KoreanMountain God       in Korean religion, a guardian spirit residing in mountains, whose cult has been closely associated with mountain tigers (tiger) ...
Sansk
Sansk abbrev. Sanskrit * * *
Sansk.
Sanskrit. * * *
Sanskrit
—Sanskritist, Sanscritist, n. /san"skrit/, n. 1. an Indo-European, Indic language, in use since c1200 B.C. as the religious and classical literary language of India. Abbr.: ...
Sanskrit language
Old Indo-Aryan language, the classical literary language of Hinduism. The most ancient form is Vedic, attested in its earliest form in parts of the Rig Veda, dating from the ...
Sanskrit literature
      body of writings produced by the Aryan peoples who entered the Indian subcontinent from the northwest, probably during the 2nd millennium BC. It developed as the ...
Sanskritic
San·skrit·ic (săn-skrĭtʹĭk) n. Indic. No longer in scientific use.   San·skritʹic adj. * * *
Sanskritist
See Sanskrit. * * *
Sansom
/san"seuhm/, n. a male given name, form of Samson. * * *
Sansom, William
▪ British writer born Jan. 18, 1912, London died April 20, 1976, London       writer of short stories, novels, and travel books who is considered particularly acute in ...
Sansovino
/san'soh vee"noh/; It. /sahn'saw vee"naw/, n. 1. Andrea /ahn drdde"ah/, (Andrea Contucci), 1460-1529, Italian sculptor and architect. 2. his pupil Jacopo /yah"kaw paw/, (Jacopo ...
Sansovino, Andrea
orig. Andrea Contucci born с 1467, Monte San Savino, Republic of Florence died 1529, Monte San Savino Italian sculptor. The fine detail and high emotional pitch of his marble ...
Sansovino, Jacopo
orig. Jacopo Tatti born July 2, 1486, Florence, Republic of Florence died Nov. 27, 1570, Venice, Republic of Venice Italian sculptor and architect. He trained in Florence ...
sansserif
sans ser·if (săn sĕrʹĭf) sans serif typeface (left) and serif typeface (right) Precision Graphics n. A typeface without serifs. Also called gothic.   sans-serʹif adj. * ...
Sant'Ambrogio Basilica
▪ basilica, Milan, Italy       basilica in Milan, Italy, that is an outstanding example of Lombard Romanesque architecture. Although the church was originally built ...
Sant'Angelo Bridge
▪ bridge, Rome, Italy Italian  Ponte Sant'Angelo , ancient (Latin)  Pons Aelius        ancient Roman bridge, probably the finest surviving in Rome itself, built ...
Sant'Antioco Island
▪ island, Italy Italian  Isola di Sant'Antioco        volcanic island in the Mediterranean Sea, situated just off the southwestern coast of Sardinia, Italy. It is ...
Sant'Elia, Antonio
▪ Italian architect born April 30, 1888, Como, Italy died Oct. 10, 1916, near Monfalcone       Italian architect notable for his visionary drawings of the city of the ...
Santa
/san"teuh/; for 2 also Sp. /sahn"tah/, n. 1. See Santa Claus. 2. a river in W central Peru, flowing NW into the Pacific Ocean. ab. 200 mi. (322 km) long. * * * (as used in ...
Santa Ana
/san"teuh an"euh/ or, for 2, 4, Sp. /sahn"tah ah"nah/ 1. a city in SW California. 203,713. 2. a city in NW El Salvador. 174,546. 3. Meteorol. (in southern California) a weather ...
Santa Ana Mountains
▪ mountains, California, United States       segment of the Coast Ranges (see Pacific mountain system), southern California, U.S. The range extends for about 25 miles ...
Santa Ana Volcano
▪ mountain, El Salvador Spanish  Vólcan Santa Ana,  also known as  Ilamatepec Volcano        , mountain peak in southwestern El Salvador. The highest peak in the ...
Santa Anna
/sahn"tah ah"nah/; Eng. /san"teuh an"euh/ Antonio López de /ahn taw"nyaw law"pes dhe/, 1795?-1876, Mexican general and revolutionist: dictator 1844-45; president 1833-35, ...
Santa Anna, Antonio (López de)
born Feb. 21, 1794, Jalapa, Mex. died June 21, 1876, Mexico City Soldier and several times president of Mexico (1833–36, 1844–45, 1847, 1853–55). He fought on both sides ...
Santa Anna, Antonio López de
▪ president of Mexico born Feb. 21, 1794, Jalapa, Mex. died June 21, 1876, Mexico City  army officer and statesman who was the storm centre of Mexico's politics during such ...
Santa Anna, Antonio Lópezde
San·ta An·na or San·ta An·a (sănʹtə ănʹə, sänʹtä äʹnä), Antonio López de. 1795?-1876. Mexican military and political leader who tried to crush the Texan revolt. ...
Santa Barbara
/san"teuh bahr"beuhr euh, -breuh/ a city on the SW coast of California: Spanish mission. 74,542. * * * City (pop., 2000: 92,325), southern California, U.S. Located on the ...
Santa Barbara Islands
a group of islands off the SW coast of California. * * *
Santa Catalina
/san"teuh kat'l ee"neuh/ an island off the SW coast of California, opposite Long Beach: resort. 132 sq. mi. (342 sq. km). Also called Catalina, Catalina Island. * * *
Santa Catalina Island
▪ island, California, United States also called  Catalina Island        one of the Channel Islands, 22 miles (35 km) off the Pacific Coast of California, U.S. The ...
Santa Catarina
/san"teuh kat'euh ree"neuh/; Port. /sahonn"teuh kah'teuh rddee"neuh/ a state in S Brazil. 3,687,659; 36,856 sq. mi. (95,455 sq. km). Cap.: Florianópolis. * * * ▪ state, ...
Santa Clara
/san"teuh klar"euh/; for 1 also Sp. /sahn"tah klah"rddah/ 1. a city in central Cuba. 189,092. 2. a city in central California, S of San Francisco. 87,746. * * * ▪ California, ...
Santa Clara University
▪ university, Santa Clara, California, United States       private coeducational institution of higher learning in Santa Clara, California, U.S., affiliated with the ...
Santa Clarita
Santa Clarita [san′tə klə rēt′ə] city in SW Calif., near Los Angeles: pop. 151,000 * * * ▪ California, United States       city, Los Angeles county, southern ...
Santa Claus
/san"teuh klawz'/ a benevolent figure of legend, associated with Saint Nicholas, supposed to bring gifts to children on Christmas Eve. Also, Santa Klaus. [1765-75, Amer.; < D ...
Santa Coloma de Gramanet
/sahn'tah kaw law"mah dhe grddah'mah net"/ a city in NE Spain. 106,711. * * * ▪ Spain       city, Barcelona provincia, in the comunidad autónoma (“autonomous ...
Santa Coloma de Gramenet
▪ Spain Spanish  Santa Coloma de Gramanet        city, Barcelona provincia (province), in the comunidad autónoma (autonomous community) of Catalonia, northeastern ...
Santa Croce
▪ church, Florence, Italy       church of the Franciscans in Florence, one of the finest examples of Italian Gothic architecture. It was begun in 1294, possibly designed ...
Santa Cruz
/san"teuh kroohz"/; for 3 also Sp. /sahn"tah krddoohs"/ 1. a city on the coast of California. 41,483. 2. an island in NW Santa Barbara Islands. 3. a city in central Bolivia. ...
Santa Cruz de Tenerife
/san"teuh kroohz" deuh ten'euh rif", -reef", -ree"fay/; Sp. /sahn"tah krddoohth" dhe te'ne rddee"fe, krddoohs"/ a seaport on NE Tenerife island, in the W Canary Islands. ...
Santa Cruz del Quiché
▪ Guatemala       town, northwestern Guatemala. It lies in the southwestern Chuacús Mountains at an elevation of 6,631 feet (2,021 metres) above sea level. It was ...
Santa Cruz Island
▪ island, Galapagos Islands also called  Indefatigable Island  or  Chaves Island   second largest of the Galapagos Islands, in the eastern Pacific Ocean about 600 miles ...
Santa Cruz Islands
a group of islands in the SW Pacific Ocean, part of the Solomon Islands. 380 sq. mi. (984 sq. km). * * * ▪ islands, Solomon Islands       volcanic group of islands in ...
Santa Cruz water lily
a South American aquatic plant, Victoria cruziana, of the water lily family, having floating leaves from 2-5 ft. (0.6-1.5 m) and deep pink or red flowers. Also called water ...
Santa Cruz, Álvaro de Bazán, Marqués de
▪ Spanish naval commander born Dec. 12, 1526, Granada, Spain died Feb. 9, 1588, Lisbon, Port.       the foremost Spanish naval commander of his day. He was prominent in ...
Santa Elena Peninsula
▪ peninsula, Ecuador       peninsula in western Ecuador that is the northernmost extension of the west-coast desert of South America. It is bounded by the Gulf of ...
Santa Fe
—Santa Fean. /san"teuh fay"/ 1. a city in and the capital of New Mexico, in the N part: founded c1605. 48,899. 2. a steam locomotive having a two-wheeled front truck, ten ...
Santa Fé
/san"teuh fay"/; Sp. /sahn"tah fe"/ a city in E Argentina. 287,240. * * * City (pop., 2000: 62,203), capital of New Mexico, U.S. It lies at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo ...
Santa Fe Island
▪ island, Pacific Ocean also called  Barrington Island        one of the Galápagos Islands, in the eastern Pacific Ocean, about 600 mi (965 km) west of Ecuador. ...
Santa Fe Springs
a city in SW California, near Los Angeles: oil wells. 14,559. * * *
Santa Fe Trail
an important trade route going between Independence, Missouri, and Santa Fe, New Mexico, used from about 1821 to 1880. * * * Historic wagon trail from Independence, Missouri, to ...
Santa Gertrudis
/san"teuh geuhr trooh"dis/ one of an American breed of beef cattle, developed from Shorthorn and Brahman stock for endurance to torrid temperatures. [1940-45, Amer.; named after ...
Santa Hermandad
English  Holy Brotherhood        constabulary created in the late 15th century by the Catholic Monarchs (Ferdinand and Isabella) to maintain law and order throughout ...
Santa Isabel
/san"teuh iz"euh bel'/; Sp. /sahn"tah ee'sah bel"/ former name of Malabo. * * * or Santa Ysabel Island (pop., 1997: 22,653), central Solomon Islands, South Pacific ...
Santa Klaus
/san"teuh klawz'/. See Santa Claus. * * *
Santa Lucia Range
▪ mountains, California, United States       segment of the Coast Ranges (see Pacific mountain system), west-central California, U.S. The rugged range extends ...
Santa Luzia Island
▪ island, Atlantic Ocean Portuguese  Ilha De Santa Luzia,         island of Cape Verde, in the Atlantic Ocean, about 400 mi (640 km) off the West African coast ...
Santa Maria
/san"teuh meuh ree"euh/; for 1, 2 also Sp. /sahn"tah mah rddee"ah/; for 3 also Port. /sahonn"teuh mah rddee"ah/ 1. (italics) the flagship used by Columbus when he made his first ...
Santa Maria dei Frari
▪ church, Venice, Italy English  St. Mary of the Friars   Franciscan church in Venice, originally built in the mid-13th century but rebuilt in Gothic style in the 15th ...
Santa Maria Island
▪ island, Portugal Portuguese  Ilha de Santa Maria        southeasternmost island of the Azores archipelago (a part of Portugal), in the North Atlantic Ocean. It has ...
Santa María Island
▪ island, Pacific Ocean Spanish  Isla Santa María , also called  Charles Island        one of the southernmost Galapagos Islands, in the eastern Pacific Ocean ...
Santa Maria Novella
▪ church, Florence, Italy English  New St. Mary   Italian Gothic-style church of the Dominicans in Florence. It was planned by two Dominican brothers, Sisto and Ristoro, ...
Santa Marta
/san"teuh mahr"teuh/; Sp. /sahn"tah mahrdd"tah/ 1. a seaport in NW Colombia. 102,484. 2. a cactus, Heliocereus speciosus, of Mexico and Central America, having scarlet flowers ...
Santa Marta Mountains
▪ mountain range, Colombia Spanish  Sierra Nevada De Santa Marta,         Andean mountain range, northern Colombia, bounded on the north by the Caribbean Sea and ...
Santa Maura
/sahn"tah mow"rddah/ Italian name of Levkas. * * *
Santa Monica
/san"teuh mon"i keuh/ a city in SW California, near Los Angeles, on Santa Monica Bay: resort. 88,314. * * * ▪ California, United States  city, Los Angeles county, southern ...
Santa Paula
/san"teuh paw"leuh/ a city in SW California. 20,552. * * *
Santa River
River, west-central Peru. Rising in the Cordillera Blanca branch of the Andes Mountains, it descends to the northwest to form the Huaylas Valley, a densely populated ...
Santa Rosa
/san"teuh roh"zeuh/; for 2 also Sp. /sahn"tah rddaw"sah/ 1. a city in W California, N of San Francisco. 83,205. 2. a city in central Argentina. 51,689. * * * City (pop., 2000: ...
Santa Rosa de Cabal
▪ Colombia       city, Risaralda department, west central Colombia, on the western slopes of the Andean Cordillera (mountains) Central. It is a commercial and ...
Santa Rosa de Copán
/sahn"tah rddaw"sah dhe kaw pahn"/ a town in W Honduras: site of extensive Mayan ruins. 18,000. Also called Copán. * * * ▪ Honduras       city, northwestern Honduras. ...
Santa Tecla
/san"teuh tek"leuh/; Sp. /sahn"tah te"klah/ a city in SW El Salvador, just SW of San Salvador. 38,000. Also called Nueva San Salvador. * * *
Santa-Clara
▪ cape, Gabon       cape situated on the Atlantic coast of northwestern Gabon, Africa. Extending south from the larger peninsula that separates the Gabon estuary from ...
SantaAna
I. San·ta An·a1 (sănʹtə ănʹə) 1. (also sän'tä äʹnä) A city of western El Salvador northwest of San Salvador. It is an important commercial, industrial, and ...
SantaBarbara
San·ta Bar·ba·ra (săn'tə bärʹbər-ə, bärʹbrə) A city of southern California on the Santa Barbara Channel west-northwest of Los Angeles. Site of an early Spanish ...
SantaBarbara Islands
Santa Barbara Islands A chain of islands and islets off southern California in the Pacific Ocean. The islands are separated from the mainland by Santa Barbara Channel in the ...
SantaCatalina Island
San·ta Cat·a·li·na Island (săn'tə kăt'l-ēʹnə) or Catalina Island An island off southern California in the southern Santa Barbara Islands. Discovered in 1542, it has ...
SantaClara
San·ta Cla·ra (săn'tə klărʹə, klârʹə) 1. (also sän'tä kläʹrä) A city of central Cuba east-southeast of Havana. Founded in 1689, it is a processing center and rail ...
SantaClaus
San·ta Claus (sănʹtə klôz') n. The personification of the spirit of Christmas, usually represented as a jolly fat old man with a white beard and a red suit, who brings ...
SantaColoma de Gramanet
San·ta Co·lo·ma de Gra·ma·net (săn'tə kə-lōʹmə də grä'mə-nĕtʹ, sän'tä kō-lōʹmä thĕ grä'mä-nĕtʹ) A city of northeast Spain, an industrial suburb of ...
SantaCruz
San·ta Cruz (sănʹtə kro͞oz') 1. (also sän'tä kro͞osʹ) A city of central Bolivia northeast of Sucre. Founded c. 1560, it is a trade and processing center. Population: ...
SantaCruz de Tenerife
San·ta Cruz de Te·ne·ri·fe (săn'tə kro͞oz' də tĕn'ə-rēʹfā, -rēfʹ, -rĭfʹ, sän'tä kro͞oth' thĕ tĕn'ĕ-rēʹfĕ) A city of the Canary Islands on the ...
SantaCruz Island
San·ta Cruz Island (sănʹtə kro͞oz') An island off southern California in the northern Santa Barbara Islands. * * *
SantaCruz Islands
Santa Cruz Islands An island group of the southwest Pacific Ocean in the southeast Solomon Islands. They were discovered in 1595. * * *
SantaFe
San·ta Fe (sănʹtə fā') 1. (also sän'tä fĕʹ) A city of northeast Argentina on the Salado River northwest of Buenos Aires. Founded in 1573, it is a port with various ...
SantaFe Trail
Santa Fe Trail A trade route to the southwest United States extending about 1,287 km (800 mi) westward from Independence, Missouri, to Santa Fe, New Mexico. First traversed in ...
SantaGertrudis
San·ta Ger·tru·dis (săn'tə gər-tro͞oʹdĭs) n. pl. Santa Gertrudis Any of a breed of large beef cattle that are highly resistant to heat and insects, developed in the ...
SantaIsabel
San·ta Is·a·bel (săn'tə ĭzʹə-bĕl', sän'tä ē-sä-bĕlʹ) See Malabo. * * *
santal
/san"tl/, n. sandalwood. [see SANDAL2] * * *
Santal
/sun tahl"/, n., pl. Santals, (esp. collectively) Santal. a member of a tribal people who live mainly in the state of Bihar in northeastern India. * * *
Santalaceae
▪ plant family       the sandalwood family (order Santalales), which includes about 36 genera and more than 400 species of semiparasitic shrubs, herbs, and trees, ...
Santalales
▪ plant order Introduction       the sandalwood order of flowering plants, consisting of 8 families, 151 genera, and about 1,000 species. All the families in ...
Santali
/sun tah"lee/, n. the Munda language spoken by the Santal. * * *
Santali language
Santali also spelled  Santhali        a Munda language (Munda languages) spoken primarily in the east-central Indian states of West Bengal, Jharkhand, and Orissa. At ...
santalol
san·ta·lol (sănʹtə-lôl', -lōl', -lŏl') n. A colorless liquid, C15H24O, obtained from sandalwood and used in perfumes.   [New Latin Santalum, sandalwood genus (from ...
SantaMaria
San·ta Ma·ri·a (săn'tə mə-rēʹə) 1. (also säɴʹtä mä-rēʹä) A city of southern Brazil west of Pôrto Alegre. It is a rail junction and processing center. ...
Santamaria, Ramon
▪ 2004 “Mongo”        Cuban-born American conga drummer (b. April 7, 1922, Havana, Cuba—d. Feb. 1, 2003, Miami, Fla.), played for years with mambo stars (Perez ...
SantaMarta
San·ta Mar·ta (săn'tə märʹtə, sän'tä märʹtä) A city of northern Colombia on the Caribbean Sea east-northeast of Barranquilla. Founded in 1525, it is the oldest city ...
SantaMonica
San·ta Mon·i·ca (săn'tə mŏnʹĭ-kə) A city of southern California on the Pacific Ocean west of Los Angeles. It is a resort and residential community with varied light ...
santana
/san tan"euh/, n. Informal. See Santa Ana (def. 3). [by contr.] * * * ▪ American music group       American musical group whose use of salsa and mambo-style percussion ...
Santana
/san tan"euh, -tah"neuh/; Sp. /sahn tah"nah/, n. Pedro /pay"droh/; Sp. /pe"dhrddaw/, 1801-64, Dominican revolutionary and political leader: president 1844-48, 1853-56, 1858-61. * ...
Santana, Carlos
▪ 2001       By winning three Latin Grammys and nine Grammy Awards—including Album of the Year for Supernatural and Song of the Year for “Smooth”—Latino rocker ...
Santander
/sahn'tahn derdd"/, n. 1. Francisco de Paula /frddahn sees"kaw dhe pow"lah/, 1792-1840, South American soldier and statesman: president of New Granada 1832-37. 2. a seaport in N ...
Santander, Francisco de Paula
▪ Colombian statesman and soldier born April 2, 1792, Rosario, New Granada [now Colombia] died May 6, 1840, Bogotá       soldier and statesman who fought beside Simón ...
Santarém
/san'teuh rem"/; Port. /sahonn'tah rddayonn"/, n. a city in N Brazil, on the Amazon River. 111,706. * * * ▪ Brazil       city, west-central Pará estado (state), ...
Santareno, Bernardo
▪ Portuguese poet, dramatist, and physician pseudonym  of António Martinho Do Rosário   born Nov. 19, 1924, Santarém, Port. died Aug. 30, 1980, Lisbon       poet ...
SantaRosa
San·ta Ro·sa (săn'tə rōʹzə) A city of western California north-northwest of San Francisco. Luther Burbank lived here, and his experimental gardens are preserved as a ...
SantaRosa Island
Santa Rosa Island 1. An island of southern California in the northwest Santa Barbara Islands separated from the mainland by the Santa Barbara Channel. 2. A barrier island of ...
Santayana
/san'tee an"euh; -ah"neuh/; Sp. /sahn'tah yah"nah/, n. George, 1863-1952, Spanish philosopher and writer in the U.S.; in Europe after 1912. * * *
Santayana, George
orig. Jorge Augustín Nicolás Ruiz de Santillana born Dec. 16, 1863, Madrid, Spain died Sept. 26, 1952, Rome, Italy Spanish-born U.S. philosopher, poet, and ...
Santayana,George
San·ta·ya·na (săn'tē-ănʹə, sän'tä-yäʹnä), George. 1863-1952. Spanish-born American philosopher and writer primarily known for his theories of aesthetics, morality, ...
Sante Fe National Historic Trail
➡ Santa Fe Trail * * *
Santee
/san tee"/, n. 1. a city in SW California. 47,080. 2. a river flowing SE from central South Carolina to the Atlantic. 143 mi. (230 km) long. 3. a branch of the Dakota Indians, ...
Santee River
River, southeast-central South Carolina, U.S. The Santee flows southeast into the Atlantic Ocean after a course of 143 mi (230 km). It has been dammed to form the reservoir Lake ...
Santee-Wateree-Catawba river system
▪ river system, United States       inland waterway 538 miles (866 km) long, in the southeastern United States, rising as the Catawba River in the Blue Ridge Mountains ...
SanteeRiver
Santee River A river, about 230 km (143 mi) long, of central South Carolina flowing southeast to the Atlantic Ocean. * * *
Santelli, Giorgio
▪ Italian fencing master born 1897, Hungary died 1985, Leonia, N.J., U.S.  Hungarian-born Italian fencing master, thought by many to be the greatest American fencing coach ...
Santer, Jacques
▪ 1995       "The right man in the right place at the right time," as he was called by British Prime Minister John Major, or the lowest common denominator, as others ...
santera
san·te·ra (săn-tĕrʹə, sän-) n. A priestess of Santeria.   [American Spanish, from Spanish, feminine of santero, cult priest. See santero.] * * *
Santería
/sahn'teuh ree"euh/, n. (sometimes l.c.) a religion merging the worship of Yoruba deities with veneration of Roman Catholic saints: practiced in Cuba and spread to other parts of ...
santero
san·te·ro (săn-tĕrʹō, sän-) n. A priest of Santeria.   [American Spanish, from Spanish, cult priest, from santo, saint. See Santeria.] * * *
Santhāl
▪ people also called  Manjhi,         tribal people of eastern India, numbering about 5,380,000 in the late 20th century. Their greatest concentration is in the ...
Santi, Gino P.
▪ 1998       American engineer whose long career with the U.S. Air Force was most notable for his development of the pilot ejection system (b. 1916/17?—d. April 3, ...
Santiago
/san'tee ah"goh/; Sp. /sahn'tyah"gaw/, n. 1. a city in and the capital of Chile, in the central part. 1,759,087. 2. Also called Santiago de Compostela /deuh kom'peuh stel"euh/; ...
Santiago (de los Caballeros)
City (pop., 1993: 365,463), north-central Dominican Republic. Founded с 1500, it was destroyed by an earthquake in 1562 and rebuilt a few miles away. Ruins of the old city are ...
Santiago de Compostela
City (pop., 2001: 90,188), capital of Galicia autonomous community (comunidad autonóma), northwestern Spain. Santiago de Compostela contains a Romanesque cathedral completed in ...
Santiago de Cuba
/deuh kyooh"beuh/; Sp. /dhe kooh"vah/ a seaport in SE Cuba: naval battle 1898. 277,600. * * * Seaport city (pop., 1994 est.: 440,000), eastern Cuba. The second largest city in ...
Santiago de los Caballeros
/sahn tyah"gaw dhe laws kah'vah ye"rddaws/ a city in the N central Dominican Republic. 155,000. * * * ▪ Dominican Republic also called  Santiago        city, ...
Santiago de Surco
▪ district, Peru also called  Surco         distrito (district), southeastern Lima–Callao metropolitan area, Peru. Created in about 1824 (reorganized 1893 and ...
Santiago del Estero
/sahn tyah"gaw dhel es te"rddaw/ a city in N Argentina. 148,357. * * * ▪ Argentina       city, capital of Santiago del Estero provincia (province), northwestern ...
Santiago Rodríguez
▪ Dominican Republic formerly (until 1936)  Sabaneta        city, northwestern Dominican Republic, on the northern slopes of the Cordillera Central. The city serves ...
Santiago, Battle of
▪ Spanish-American War  (June–July 1898), concluding engagement fought near Santiago de Cuba in the Spanish-American War, in which U.S. successes on land and sea resulted ...
Santiago, Order of
▪ Spanish military and religious order Spanish  Orden de Santiago        Christian military-religious order of knights founded about 1160 in Spain for the purpose of ...
Santiago, Río Grande de
▪ river, Mexico also called  Río Santiago        river in Jalisco and Nayarit states, west-central Mexico. It flows out of Lake Chapala near Ocotlán and is an ...
Santiagode Cuba
Santiago de Cu·ba (də kyo͞oʹbə, dĕ ko͞oʹvä) A city of southeast Cuba on an inlet of the Caribbean Sea. Founded in 1514, it was a haven for buccaneers and smugglers ...
Santiagodel Estero
Santiago del Es·te·ro (dĕl ə-stĕrʹō, ĕ-stĕʹrō) A city of north-central Argentina north of Córdoba. Originally founded in 1553, it is the oldest continuous ...
Santillana, Iñigo López de Mendoza, marqués de
▪ Spanish poet (marquess of) born Aug. 19, 1398, Carrión de los Condes, Castile and Leon died March 25, 1458, Guadalajara, Castile       Spanish poet and Humanist who ...
santims
/sahn"timz/, n., pl. santimi /-teuh mee/. a former coin of Latvia, the 100th part of a lat. [ < Latvian < F centime CENTIME] * * *
Santipur
▪ India also spelled  Shantipur        city, eastern West Bengal state, northeastern India. It lies just north of the Hugli (Hooghly) River (Hugli River) about 55 ...
santir
/sahn"tear/, n. a Persian musical instrument resembling a dulcimer. [1850-55; < Ar santir < Gk psaltérion PSALTERY] * * *
Śāntirakṣita
▪ Indian teacher flourished 8th century       Indian Buddhist teacher and saint who was instrumental in the development of Tibetan Buddhism.       Invited to ...
santo
/san"toh, sahn"-/; Sp. /sahn"taw/, n., pl. santos /-tohz/; Sp. /-taws/. a carved figure of a saint, usually of wood, as from Puerto Rico, Mexico, or the southwestern ...
Santo André
/sahonn"too ahonn drdde"/ a city in E Brazil, near São Paulo. 415,025. * * * ▪ Brazil       city, southeastern São Paulo estado (state), Brazil. It lies along the ...
Santo Antão Island
▪ island, Cape Verde Portuguese  Ilha De Santo Antão,         northwesternmost island of Cape Verde in the Atlantic Ocean, about 400 miles (640 km) off the western ...
Santo Domingo
/san"toh deuh ming"goh/; Sp. /sahn"taw dhaw meeng"gaw/ 1. Formerly, Ciudad Trujillo. a city in and the capital of the Dominican Republic, on the S coast: first European ...
Santo Tomás de Castilla
▪ Guatemala also called  Matías de Gálvez        port, northeastern Guatemala. It lies on Amatique Bay off the Gulf of Honduras and is administratively a part of ...
Santo Tomé de Guayana
/sahn'taw taw me" dhe gwah yah"nah/ a city in NE Venezuela, on the Orinoco River. 143,540. Also called Ciudad Guayana. * * *
SantoDomingo
San·to Do·min·go (săn'tō də-mĭngʹgō, sän'tō dō-) Formerly (1936-1961) Ci·u·dad Tru·jil·lo (sē'o͝o-dädʹ tro͞o-hēʹyō, syo͞o-). The capital and largest ...
santolina
santolina [san΄tə lē′nə] n. any of a genus (Santolina) of Old World shrubs of the composite family; esp., a small, bushy, evergreen shrub ( S. chamaecyparissus) with ...
Santonian Stage
▪ geology       fourth of six main divisions (in ascending order) of the Upper Cretaceous Series, representing rocks deposited worldwide during the Santonian Age, which ...
santonica
/san ton"i keuh/, n. the dried flower heads of any of several species of wormwood, belonging to the genus Artemisia, used as a vermifuge. [1650-60; < NL < L (herba) santonica ...
santonin
/san"teuh nin/, n. Chem. a crystalline compound, C15H18O3, the active principle of santonica. [1830-40; SANTON(ICA) + -IN2] * * *
santoor
san·toor or san·tur (sänʹto͝or') n. A Persian dulcimer typically having two bridges and numerous strings, played with a pair of wooden sticks with curved ends.   [Arabic ...
Santorin
/san'teuh reen"/, n. Thera. Also, Santorini /san'teuh ree"nee/; Gr. /sahn'daw rddee"nee/. * * *
Santorio Santorio
▪ Italian physician Latin  Sanctorius, or Santorius   born March 29, 1561, Capodistria [now Koper, Slovenia] died Feb. 22, 1636, Venice [Italy]  Italian physician who was ...
Santorio, Santorio
Latin Sanctorius born March 29, 1561, Capodistria died Feb. 22, 1636, Venice Italian physician. He adapted several of Galileo's inventions to develop a medical thermometer and ...
Santos
/san"teuhs/; Port. /sahonn"toos/, n. a seaport in S Brazil: world's largest coffee-exporting port. 341,317. * * * ▪ Brazil  port city, southeastern São Paulo estado ...
Santos Montejo, Eduardo
▪ president of Colombia born Aug. 28, 1888, Bogotá died March 27, 1974, Bogotá       prominent Latin American journalist, president of Colombia, ...
Santos, Lucia de Jesus dos
▪ 2006 Lucia Abobora        Portuguese nun (b. March 22, 1907, Aljustrel, Port.—d. Feb. 13, 2005, Coimbra, Port.), was the oldest of the three shepherd children who ...
Santos, Lucia dos
▪ Portuguese nun in full  Lucia de Jesus dos Santos , original name  Lucia Abobora  born March 22, 1907, Aljustrel, Portugal died February 13, 2005, ...
Santos, Moacir
▪ 2007       Brazilian musician (b. July 28, 1926, Flores do Pajeú, Pernambuco, Braz.—d. Aug. 6, 2006, Pasadena, Calif.), played saxophone, as well as brass and ...
Santos-Dumont
/san"teuhs dooh mont", -dyooh-/; Port. /sahonn"tooz doo mawonnt"/, n. Alberto /ahl berdd"too/, 1873-1932, Brazilian aeronaut in France: designer and builder of dirigibles and ...
Santos-Dumont No. 14-bis
▪ Brazilian aircraft   airplane designed, built, and first flown by the Brazilian aviation pioneer Alberto Santos-Dumont (Santos-Dumont, Alberto) in ...
Santos-Dumont, Alberto
▪ Brazilian aviator born July 20, 1873, Cabangu, near Palmyra [now Santos-Dumont], Minas Gerais, Braz. died July 23, 1932, Guarujá, São Paulo  Brazilian aviation pioneer ...
santur
santur [san tʉr′] n. a Persian or Arabian dulcimer: also santour * * * san·tur (sänʹto͝or') n. Variant of santoor. * * *
Sanudo, Marino
▪ Italian historian [born 1466] born June 22, 1466, Venice died April 4, 1536, Venice       Venetian historian whose Diarii is an invaluable source for the history of ...
Sanusi
/seuh nooh"see/, n., pl. Sanusis, (esp. collectively) Sanusi. a member of an Islamic brotherhood established among the anticolonial Bedouins of North Africa. [named after ...
Sanūsī, al-
in full Sīdī Muḥammad ibn ʽAlī al-Sanūsī al-Mujāhirī al-Ḥasanī al-Idrīsī born с 1787, Tursh, near Mostaganem, North Africa died Sept. 7, 1859, Jaghbūb, ...
Sanūsī, as-
▪ Islamic religious leader in full Sīdī Muḥammad ibn ʿAlī as-Sanūsī al-Mujāhirī al-Ḥasanī al-Idrīsī born c. 1787, Tursh, near Mostaganem, in northern ...
Sanūsīyah
▪ Muslim Ṣūfī sect also spelled  Sennusiya,         a Muslim Ṣūfī (mystic) brotherhood established in 1837 by Sīdī Muḥammad ibn ʿAlī as-Sanūsī. In ...
Sanwa Bank
▪ Japanese bank Japanese  Sanwa Ginkō        former Japanese commercial bank that became part of UFJ Holdings (UFJ Holdings, Inc.) in 2001 through its merger with ...
sanxian
▪ musical instrument Chinese“three strings” Wade Giles romanization  san-hsien  also called  xianzi   any of a group of long-necked, fretless Chinese lutes (lute). ...
Sanz, Alejandro
▪ 2003       Spanish pop singer-songwriter Alejandro Sanz continued to figure prominently at the forefront of Latin music in 2002 with the success of his album Alejandro ...
San‘a
Sa·n‘a or Sa·na or Sa·naa (sä-näʹ) The capital of Yemen, in the western part of the country. Settled in ancient times, it became the capital of North Yemen in 1962 and ...
San‘a
Sa·n‘a or Sa·na or Sa·naa (sä-näʹ) The capital of Yemen, in the western part of the country. Settled in ancient times, it became the capital of North Yemen in 1962 and ...
São
(as used in expressions) São Francisco River São Paulo São Tomé São Tomé and Príncipe Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe * * *
São Bernardo do Campo
/sowonn" berdd nahrdd"doo doo kahonn"poo/ a city in SE Brazil, SE of São Paulo. 267,038. * * * ▪ Brazil       city, southeastern São Paulo estado (state), southern ...
São Caetano do Sul
/sowonn" kuy tah"noo doo soohl"/ a city in SE Brazil, SE of São Paulo. 150,171. * * * ▪ Brazil       city, southeastern São Paulo estado (state), southeastern ...
São Carlos
▪ central São Paulo state, Brazil       city, in the highlands of eastern São Paulo estado (state), southeastern Brazil. It is located at 2,903 feet (885 metres) ...
São Cristóvão
▪ Brazil       city and port, eastern Sergipe estado (state), northeastern Brazil. It is located near the mouth of the Vasa Barris River, almost adjacent to Aracaju, ...
São Domingos
▪ Guinea-Bissau       town situated on an estuary of the Cacheu River in northwestern Guinea-Bissau. Its economy is based on agriculture; rice culture predominates in ...
São Francisco
/sowonn" frddahonn sees"koo/ a river flowing NE and E through E Brazil into the Atlantic. 1800 mi. (2900 km) long. * * *
São Francisco River
River, eastern Brazil. The largest river wholly within Brazil, it flows north and east across the great Central Plateau for about 1,811 mi (2,914 km) to its mouth on the ...
São Gonçalo
/sowonn" gooonn sah"loo/ a city in SE Brazil, NE of Rio de Janeiro. 161,392. * * * ▪ Brazil       city, southwestern Rio de Janeiro estado (state), southeastern ...
São João Baptista de Ajudá
▪ Benin       former Portuguese exclave (detached portion) of São Tomé and Príncipe, in the city of Ouidah, Benin. Founded in 1721, it consisted of a fort and old ...
São João de Meriti
/sowonn" zhoo owonn" di mi rddi tee"/ a city in SE Brazil, NW of Rio de Janeiro. 163,934. * * * ▪ Brazil formerly  Meriti        city and northwestern suburb of Rio ...
São João del Rei
▪ Brazil       city, south-central Minas Gerais estado (state), Brazil. It lies along the Lenheiro River on a site sandwiched between two hills, at 2,822 feet (860 m) ...
São Joãode Meriti
São João de Me·ri·ti (zhwouɴʹ də mə-rēʹtē, dĭ mĭ-rĭ-tēʹ) A city of southeast Brazil, a residential suburb of Rio de Janeiro. Population: 424,689. * * *
São Jorge Island
▪ island, Portugal Portuguese  Ilha De São Jorge        volcanic island of the central Azores, east-central North Atlantic. Lying 35 miles (56 km) south of the ...
São José do Rio Prêto
/sowonn" zhoo ze" doo rddee"oo prdde"too/ a city in SE Brazil, NW of São Paulo. 108,319. * * * ▪ Brazil       city, in the highlands of northwestern São Paulo estado ...
São José dos Campos
/sowonn" zhoo ze" doos kahonn"poos/ a city in SE Brazil, NE of São Paulo. 130,118. * * * ▪ Brazil       city, eastern São Paulo estado (state), Brazil. It lies along ...
São Josédos Campos
São José dos Cam·pos (do͝os kăɴʹpo͝os) A city of southeast Brazil east-northeast of São Paulo. It is a major center of Brazil's aircraft industry. Population: ...
São Leopoldo
▪ Brazil       city, eastern Rio Grande do Sul estado (state), Brazil. It lies along the Sinos River at 85 feet (26 m) above sea level, just north of Porto Alegre, the ...
São Lourenço River
▪ river, Brazil Portuguese  Rio São Lourenço,         northeastern tributary of the Paraguay River. The São Lourenço rises near Poxoreu, in southeastern Mato ...
São Luís
/sowonn" lwees"/ a seaport on an island off the NE coast of Brazil: capital of Maranhão. 330,311. * * * ▪ Brazil       city, capital of Maranhão estado (state), ...
São Marcos Bay
▪ bay, Brazil Portuguese  Baía De São Marcos         bay of the Atlantic Ocean in Maranhão estado (state), northeastern Brazil. It is about 60 miles (100 km) long ...
São Miguel
/sowonn" mee gel"/ the largest island of the Azores. 150,000. 288 sq. mi. (746 sq. km). * * *
São Miguel Island
▪ island, Portugal Portuguese  Ilha De São Miguel   island, largest of the Azores, in the North Atlantic Ocean, 740 miles (1,190 km) west of Cape Roca, Portugal. Up to 40 ...
São Nicolau Island
▪ island, Cape Verde Portuguese  Ilha de São Nicolau , English  Saint Nicholas Island        island of Cape Verde, in the Atlantic Ocean, between the islands of ...
São Paulo
/sowonn" pow"loh/; Eng. /sow" pow"loh/ 1. a state in S Brazil. 30,942,600; 95,714 sq. mi. (247,898 sq. km). 2. a city in and the capital of this state. 7,032,547. * * * City ...
São Paulo de Luanda
/deuh loo ahonn"deuh/ Luanda. * * *
São Pedro do Río Grande do Sul
/sowonn pe"drddoo doo rddee"oo grddahonn"di doo soohl"/ a seaport in SE Rio Grande do Sul, in SE Brazil. 117,500. Also called Rio Grande, Rio Grande do Sul. * * *
São Roque, Cape
▪ cape, Brazil Portuguese  Cabo De São Roque,         headland on the northeastern Atlantic coast of Brazil, Rio Grande do Norte state, 20 miles (32 km) north of ...
São Salvador
/sowonn" sahl'vah dawrdd"/ a former name of Salvador (def. 2). * * *
São Tiago
/sowonn" tyah"goo/ the largest of the Cape Verde Islands, S of Cape Verde. ab. 383 sq. mi. (992 sq. km). * * *
São Tiago Island
▪ island, Cape Verde also called  Santiago Island,  Portuguese  Ilha de São Tiago         largest and most populous island of Cape Verde, in the Atlantic Ocean, ...
São Tomé
—São Tomean. /sowonn" too me"/; Eng. /sow" teuh may"/ 1. an island in the Gulf of Guinea, off the W coast of Gabon, just N of the equator: the larger component of the ...
São Tomé and Príncipe
Democratic Republic of, a republic in W Africa, comprising the islands of São Tomé and Príncipe, in the Gulf of Guinea, N of the equator: a former overseas province of ...
Sao Tome and Principe, flag of
▪ Flag History       national flag consisting of horizontal stripes of green, yellow, and green with a red hoist triangle and two black stars on the yellow stripe. The ...
São Tomé, Cape
▪ cape, Brazil Portuguese  Cabo De São Tomé,         headland on the Atlantic coast of eastern Brazil, Rio de Janeiro state, 25 miles (40 km) southeast of Campos. ...
São Vicente
/sowonn" vi seonn"ti/ an island city in SE Brazil. 116,075. * * * ▪ Brazil       city, southeastern São Paulo estado (state), Brazil. It lies on São Vicente Island ...
São Vicente Island
▪ island, Cape Verde Portuguese  Ilha de São Vicente , English  Saint Vincent Island        island of Cape Verde, in the Atlantic Ocean, between the islands of ...
SãoBernardo do Campo
São Ber·nar·do do Cam·po (souɴ bĕr-närʹdo͝o do͝o käɴʹpo͝o) A city of southeast Brazil, an industrial suburb of São Paulo. Population: 566,330. * * *
SãoCaetano do Sul
São Cae·ta·no do Sul (kī-täʹno͝o do͝o so͞olʹ) A city of southeast Brazil, an industrial suburb of São Paulo. Population: 149,203. * * *
SãoCarlos
São Car·los (kärʹləs, -lo͝os) A city of southeast Brazil northwest of São Paulo. It is a commercial and processing center. Population: 158,186. * * *
SãoFrancisco
São Fran·cis·co (frən-sĭsʹkō, fräɴ-sēsʹko͝o) A river of eastern Brazil flowing about 2,896 km (1,800 mi) generally north-northeast and east to the Atlantic Ocean. * ...
SãoLuis
São Lu·is (lo͝o-ēsʹ) A city of northeast Brazil on an offshore island in the Atlantic Ocean east-southeast of Belém. It was founded by the French in 1612 and named in ...
SãoMiguel
São Mi·guel (mē-gĕlʹ) An island of the eastern Azores in the Atlantic Ocean. It is the largest island in the group and a popular tourist center. * * *
Saona
/sow"neuh/; Sp. /sah aw"nah/, n. an island in the Caribbean Sea, S of the SE Dominican Republic coast. ab. 13 mi. (21 km) long. * * *
Saône
/sohn/, n. a river flowing S from NE France to the Rhone. 270 mi. (435 km) long. * * *
Saône River
ancient Arar River, eastern France. It flows generally south to join the Rhône River at Lyon. It is navigable upstream from Lyon for 233 mi (375 km) and has 30 locks along its ...
Saône-et-Loire
/sohn"ay lwannrdd"/, n. a department in E France. 569,810; 3331 sq. mi. (8625 sq. km). Cap.: Mâcon. * * *
SãoPaulo
São Pau·lo (pouʹlō, -lo͝o) A city of southeast Brazil west-southwest of Rio de Janeiro. Founded by Jesuits in 1554, it developed rapidly as an industrial and commercial ...
Saorstát Éireann
/sair"staht air"euhn/; Irish. /sayrdd"stot ay"rddyeuhn/ Irish name of Irish Free State. * * *
Saoshyans
▪ Zoroastrianism       in Zoroastrian eschatology, final saviour of the world and quencher of its evil; he is the foremost of three saviours (the first two are Ōshētar ...
Saoshyant
/sow"shyeuhnt/, n. Zoroastrianism. the World Savior who will come at the end of time. * * * In Zoroastrianism and Parsiism, the final saviour of the world. He is the foremost ...
SãoTiago
São Tia·go (tē-äʹgo͞o, tyäʹgo͝o) An island of southern Cape Verde in the northern Atlantic Ocean. It is the largest island in the group and the site of the capital, ...
SãoVicente
São Vi·cen·te (vē-sĕɴʹtə) A city of southeast Brazil on an offshore island in the Atlantic Ocean west of Santos. Founded in 1532, it was sacked by English pirates in ...
sap
sap1 /sap/, n., v., sapped, sapping. n. 1. the juice or vital circulating fluid of a plant, esp. of a woody plant. 2. any vital body fluid. 3. energy; vitality. 4. sapwood. 5. ...
sap beetle
▪ insect       any of at least 2,000 species of beetles (insect order Coleoptera) usually found around souring or fermenting plant fluids (e.g., decaying fruit, moldy ...
sap bush
Chiefly Hudson Valley. sugarbush (def. 2). [1880-85, Amer.] * * *
sap green
a green pigment obtained from the juice of buckthorn berries, used chiefly in dyes for wood, paper, and textiles. [1570-80] * * *
sap orchard
Chiefly New Eng. sugarbush (def. 2). [1860-65, Amer.] * * *
sapajou
/sap"euh jooh'/, n. a capuchin monkey. [1690-1700; < F] * * *
sapanwood
/seuh pan"wood'/, n. sappanwood. * * *
sapele
/seuh pee"lee/, n. 1. Also called aboudikro. the mahoganylike wood of any of several African trees of the genus Entandrophragma, used for making furniture. 2. a tree, esp. ...
Saphar
Sa·phar (sə-färʹ) n. Variant of Safar. * * *
saphead
/sap"hed'/, n. Slang. a simpleton; fool. [1790-1800; SAP1 + HEAD] * * *
sapheaded
—sapheadedness, n. /sap"hed'id/, adj. Slang. silly; foolish. [1655-65; SAPHEAD + -ED3] * * *


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