Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To render healthy; provide with sanitary appliances: as, to sanitate a camp.

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  • verb To sanitize.

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  • verb provide with sanitary facilities or appliances

Etymologies

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From Latin sanitas ("health, propriety"), from sanus ("healthy, rational, chaste")

Examples

  • Lib. de Decal. passiones maxime corpus offendunt et animam, et frequentissimae causae melancholiae, dimoventes ab ingenio et sanitate pristina, l.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • A Translation of Galen's Hygiene (De sanitate tuenda).

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • The temperature of the brain is corrupted by it, the humours adust, the eyes made to sink into the head, choler increased, and the whole body inflamed: and, as may be added out of Galen, 3. de sanitate tuendo,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Nunquam sanitate mentis excidit aut dolore capitur.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Inter auxilia multa adhibita, duo visa sunt remedium adferre, usus seri caprini cum extracto Hellebori, et irrigatio ex lacte Nympheae, violarum, &c. suturae coronali adhibita; his remediis sanitate pristinam adeptus est.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • "Hygieina, id est de sanitate tuenda, Medicinæ Pars prima."

    Spadacrene Anglica The English Spa Fountain

  • "Omnia vitia in aperto leviora sunt: et tunc perniciosissima, quum simulata sanitate subsident."

    The Essays of Montaigne — Complete

  • "Omnia vitia in aperto leviora sunt: et tunc perniciosissima, quum simulata sanitate subsident."

    The Essays of Montaigne — Volume 12

  • Cum ex fide digna relatione acceperimus Te in arte sive facultate Medicinæ per non modicum tempus versatum fuisse, multisque de salute & sanitate corporis verè desperatis (Deo Omnipotente adjuvante) subvenisse, eosque sanasse, nec non in arte predicta multorum peritorum laudabili testimonio pro experientia, fidelitate, diligentia & industria tuis circa curas quas susceperis peragendas in hujusmodi Arte Medicinæ meritò commendatum esse, ad practicandum igitur & exercendum dictam Artem Medicinæ in, & per totam Provinciam nostram Cant '(Civitate Lond' & circuitu septem milliarum eidem prox 'adjacen' tantummodo exceptis) ex causis prædictis

    William Lilly's History of His Life and Times From the Year 1602 to 1681

  • Augustini de humanae naturae sanitate, aegritudine, medicina, adversus Pelagianos et Massilienses ".

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

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