Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An Anglo-Indian variation of sice, a groom.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • - Plutarch tells us that a statue of Athene (Neith) in Sais bore the inscription: “I am all that has been, is, and will be”.

    jhvh is the enemy of god and man

  • The word Sais, Colonel Temple states, [486] is Arabic and signifies a nobleman; it is applied to grooms as an honorific title, in accordance with the common method of address among the lower castes.

    The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India—Volume I (of IV)

  • There is at the head of the Egyptian Delta, where the river Nile divides, a city and district called Sais; the city was the birthplace of King Amasis, and is under the protection of the goddess Neith or Athene.

    Timaeus

  • Sais, and the great city of the district is also called Sais, and is the city from which Amasis the king was sprung.

    Atlantis : the antediluvian world

  • Sais, and the great city of the district is also called Sais, and is the city from which King Amasis came.

    Timaeus

  • Delta, where the river Nile divides, a city and district called Sais; the city was the birthplace of King Amasis, and is under the protection of the goddess Neith or Athene.

    Timaeus

  • Her "Sais," performed in 1881, contained many beautiful numbers.

    Woman's Work in Music

  • "Strike and at once, since we cannot hope to storm Sais, which is far away.

    The Ancient Allan

  • The bible of French home cooking, Je Sais Cuisiner, has sold over 6 million copies since it was first published in 1932.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • The bible of French home cooking, Je Sais Cuisiner, has sold over 6 million copies since it was first published in 1932.

    le moi - French Word-A-Day

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