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S Antonios antoniosp. var. ofSan Antonio de Padua*St Anthony of Padua
sasaadjbeautiful, benevolentArte, f40, Gr sa 'attractive, pretty, handsome'Confidentcomp.cumesacourteous
sabadosabadon*Saturday*sabadoBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
sabi1sabivwash?Tentative
sabi2sabivopen?Tentative
saca2vbe open (of the hands)
saca1sakanpartparte
saca sacaRedupunknown redupTentativesaca
sacabesakabeadjunknown viceAnosacabe is listed along with other vices in two lists, but without a clear translation.Probable
sacalasakalanarmOqequabeta vnabinechiqequa, ychiqe tuma hapu yaharota nata, mine sacalamimate ichiqe mimate nahiota mosotamoqe, Cruci ihotota nachipa, nacaqùonolehauema From here, for thirty steps he was naked and without clothes to the place where they nailed his holy arms and feet to the Cross.De aqui, por treynta pies fue desnudo, y sin ropa al lugar donde le enclavaron en la Cruz, y midieron sus divinos brazos, y pies, 1628 Cat 12.1mine, sacalamitono, osococoma, homanino cocoma, honihe, niiquinimaqua Crucima, napatarabonta, nahibisoninema, sacala chietentale, §I salute you, sweetest and dearest arms, pulled and stretched on the Cross for me.saludo os dulcissimos, y [123r] carissimos brazos, por mi en la Cruz tendidos, y estirados: 1628 Cat 2.62.1BodyConfidentNatchez ʔahal ; Musk ARM. Cr -sakpa, S (N), OS sakpa; Al sakba, K isakba (K); Ct Sakba, Cs Sakba'. (MJ tSakba 'side', as in tSakba alhpisa 'right side'.)
sacalovVerb stem of uncertain meaningHapax Legomenon
sacasisakasivbe apart, be separatedNihinemano, vna oquo santoma , atichicoloma tocosonelahacu, Diosilenomano, vna oquomate, atichicolomate, sacasinetila...It is true that death had the power to separate the soul of Christ from his body, yet it didn't separate the soul and the body from his divine personhood...La muerte bien tuvo fuerça para apartar el alma de Christo de su cuerpo, mas no pudo apartar el alma, ni el cuerpo de la persona divina del mismo Christo ...Movilla 1635a:f019r-019v 2.1Probable
sacerdotasaserdotasp. var. ofsacerdote*priest
sacerdotesaserdoten*priest*sacerdoteBorrowed from SpanishBorrowedSacerdotesp. var.sacerdota
Sacrasakraadj*sacred*sagradoBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
Sacramentosakramenton*sacrament*sacramentoBorrowed from SpanishBorrowedsacramentosacrementoSacramentossp. var.sacramētoSacramẽto
Sacramento de la penitenciasakramento de la penitensian*sacrament of penitence*sacramento de la penitenciaBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
sacramētosp. var. ofSacramento*sacrament
Sacramẽtosakramẽtosp. var. ofSacramento*sacrament
sacrificiosakrifision*sacrifice*sacrificioBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
sacrilegiosakrilegion*sacrilege*sacrilegioBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
sacristanisakristanin*sacristan*sacristanBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
Sãctasãktasp. var. ofsanctaholydial. var. ofsanto
sactosaktosp. var. ofsanctaholydial. var. ofsanto
SafirasafiranSafira (Biblical character)Safira (personaje biblico)Borrowed