Saracens

Saracens, the name given in mediæval times to the Arabs or Mohammedans, and extended to all the non-Christian races with whom the Crusaders or Christian races came to grips.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Sappho * Saragossa
Santiago de Cuba
Santley, Charles
Santorin
São Francisco
São Paulo
Saône
Saône, Haute-
Saône-et-Loire
Sapphire
Sappho
Saracens
Saragossa
Sarasate, Martin Meliton
Sarasvati
Saratoff
Saratoga Springs
Sara`wak
Sardanapálus
Sardinia
Sardis
Sardou, Victorien

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Saracens in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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