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Sa-lubriously
Salubrious "Sa*lu"bri*ous", a. [L. salubris, or saluber, fr. salus health; akin to salvus safe, sound, well. See .] Favorable to health; healthful; promoting health; as, More…
Saadh
Saadh "Sa"adh" (s[aum]"[.a]d), n. See .
Saan
Saan "Saan" (s[aum]n), n. pl. (Ethnol.) Same as .
Sabadilla
Sabadilla "Sab`a*dil"la" (s[a^]b`[.a]*d[i^]l"l[.a]), n. [Sp. cebadilla.] (Bot.) A Mexican liliaceous plant ({Sch[oe]nocaulon officinale}); also, its seeds, which contain More…
Sabaean
Sabaean "Sa*b[ae]"an", a. & n. Same as .
Sabaean
Sabian "Sa"bi*an", a. [L. Sabaeus.] [Written also , and {Sab[ae]an}.] 1. Of or pertaining to Saba in Arabia, celebrated for producing aromatic plants.
Sabaean
Sabian "Sa"bi*an", n. An adherent of the Sabian religion; a worshiper of the heavenly bodies. [Written also {Sab[ae]an}, and .]
Sabaeanism
Sabaeanism "Sa*b[ae]"an*ism", n. Same as .
Sabaeanism
Sabianism "Sa"bi*an*ism", n. The doctrine of the Sabians; the Sabian religion; that species of idolatry which consists in worshiping the sun, moon, and stars; heliolatry. More…
Sabaeism
Sabaeism "Sa"b[ae]*ism", Sabaism "Sa"ba*ism", n. See .
Sabaism
Sabaeism "Sa"b[ae]*ism", Sabaism "Sa"ba*ism", n. See .
Sabal
Sabal "Sa"bal", n. (Bot.) A genus of palm trees including the palmetto of the Southern United States.
Sabal Palmetto
Cabbage "Cab"bage" (k[a^]b"b[asl]j), n. [OE. cabage, fr. F. cabus headed (of cabbages), chou cabus headed cabbage, cabbage head; cf. It. capuccio a little head, cappuccio More…
Sabal Palmetto
Cabbage "Cab"bage" (k[a^]b"b[asl]j), n. [OE. cabage, fr. F. cabus headed (of cabbages), chou cabus headed cabbage, cabbage head; cf. It. capuccio a little head, cappuccio More…
Sabal serrulata
, the West Indian , the trunk of which, when hollowed, is used for water pipes, etc. The leaves are used for thatching, and for making More…
Sabal umbraculifera
, the West Indian , the trunk of which, when hollowed, is used for water pipes, etc. The leaves are used for thatching, and for making More…
sabalo
Tarpum "Tar"pum", n. (Zo["o]l.) A very large marine fish () of the Southern United States and the West Indies. It often becomes six or more feet in More…
Sabaoth
Sabaoth "Sab"a*oth" (s[a^]b"[asl]*[o^]th or s[.a]"b[=a]*[o^]th; 277), n. pl. [Heb. tseb[=a]'[=o]th, pl. of ts[=a]b[=a]', an army or host, fr. ts[=a]b[=a]', to go forth More…
Sabbat
Sabbat "Sab"bat", n. [See .] In medi[ae]val demonology, the nocturnal assembly in which demons and sorcerers were thought to celebrate their orgies.
Sabbatarian
Sabbatarian "Sab`ba*ta"ri*an", n. [L. Sabbatarius: cf. F. sabbataire. See .] 1. One who regards and keeps the seventh day of the week as holy, agreeably to the letter of More…
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