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Savʹage (2 syl.)

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One who lives in a wood (Greek, hulē, a forest; Latin, silva; Spanish, salvage; Italian, selvaggio; French, sauvage).

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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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Satyr
Satyrane
Sauce
Sauce (To)
Sauce to the Goose is Sauce to the Gander
Saucer Eyes
Saucer Oath
Saucy
‘Saul
Saut Lairds o Dunscore (The)
Savage
Save
Save the Mark
Savoir Faire (French)
Savoy (The)
Saw
Sawdust Parlance (In)
Sawny or Sandy
Saxifrage
Saxon Castles
Saxon Characteristics (architectural)

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