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sahib boss; master (in India, a title of respect).
said past tense and past participle of say. [2 definitions]
saiga either of two small, stocky antelopes inhabiting the steppes of Eurasia and having a broad, fleshy snout.
Saigon see "Ho Chi Minh City."
sail a large piece of fabric or the like that may be mounted on a vessel and extended to catch the force of the wind for propulsion. [12 definitions]
sailable combined form of sail.
sailboard a long board similar to a surfboard but having a sail, used for windsurfing.
sailboat a boat driven mainly by sails.
sailcloth a heavy fabric, such as cotton canvas, used for sails, tents, and the like. [2 definitions]
sailer a ship using a sail or sails, esp. with reference to how it sails.
sailfish any of a group of large marine fishes that have a large sail-like dorsal fin and a swordlike projection of the upper jaw.
sailing the craft of operating and navigating a vessel; navigation. [6 definitions]
sail into (informal) to take up enthusiastically. [2 definitions]
sailmaker one who makes or repairs sails, esp. one who designs and tests them, as for racing.
sailor an enlisted man in the navy, whose duty is aboard a ship. [3 definitions]
sailplane a glider light enough to be lifted by air currents. [2 definitions]
sainfoin a Eurasian perennial plant of the pea family that bears compound pink or white flowers and is often used for fodder.
saint one who has died and been formally recognized by the Roman Catholic or other Christian church as having lived a holy life or as having given one's life to God as a holy martyr; one who is considered by the Church to be worthy of veneration. (abbr.: St. or Ste.) [5 definitions]
Saint Agnes's Eve the night of January 20, on which, according to an old superstition, a woman might have a vision of her future husband.
Saint Andrew's cross a cross in the form of an X; saltire.
Saint Anthony's cross a cross in the form of a T; tau cross.