- Latin sativus. (Wiktionary)
“* Campbell, although from his not discerning the adver - sative relation of the members of the verse, Mat. i.”
Internet Archive: Discourses and dissertations on the scriptural doctrines of atonement & sacrifice : and on the principal arguments advance, and the mode of reasoning employed, by the opponents of those doctrines as held by the established Church ; with an appendix, containing some strictures on Mr. Belsham's account of the Unitarian scheme, in his review of Mr. Wilberforce's treatise
“Tobacco was translated out of India in the seede or roote; native or sative in our own fruitfullest soils.”
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