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Saʹtan

,

in Hebrew, means enemy.

“To whom the Arch-enemy

(And hence in heaven called Satan).”


Milton: Paradise Lost, bk. i. 81, 82.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Sardonic Smile, Grin, or Laughter
Sardonyx
Sarnia
Sarpedon
Sarsen Stones
Sartor Resartus
Sash Window
Sassanides
Sassenach (ch = k)
Satan
Satan’s Journey to Earth (Milton: Paradise Lost, iii. 418 to the end)
Satanic
Satire
Saturday
Saturn or Kronos [Time]
Saturn
Saturn’s Tree
Saturnalia
Saturnian Days
Saturnian Verses

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