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sag
verb (sagged , sagging ) intr
1 to bend, sink, or hang down, especially in the middle, under or as if under weight.
2 to yield or give way, under or as though under weight or pressure.
3 to hang loosely or bulge downwards; to droop.
noun a sagging state or condition.
[15c: Norse]
saggy adjective .


saga pronunciación
noun (sagas )
1 a medieval prose tale of the deeds of legendary Icelandic or Norwegian heroes and events.
2 any long detailed story, especially a piece of fiction depicting successive generations of the same family.
3 colloq a long series of events.
[18c: Norse]


sagacious pronunciación formal
adjective having or showing intelligence and good judgement; wise or discerning.
[17c: from Latin sagax , from sagire to discern]
sagaciously adverb .
sagacity or sagaciousness noun .


sagamore
noun a Native North American chief. Also called sachem.
[17c: from Penobscot (a Native American language) sagamo ]


sage pronunciación 1
noun
1 a low-growing perennial shrub with greyish-green aromatic leaves.
2 the leaves of this plant, used in cookery as a seasoning.
[14c: from French sauge , from Latin salvia healing plant]


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