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Saite

noun Sa·ite \ ˈsāˌīt \

Definition of Saite

plural -s
:a native or inhabitant of Saïs

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Origin and Etymology of saite

Latin Saites, from Greek Saïtēs, from Saïs, city in ancient Egypt + Greek -itēs -ite


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Saite

adjective \ " \
variants: or Saitic \sāˈitik\

Definition of Saite

1 :of or relating to Saïs or its inhabitants
2 :of or relating to the XXVIth Dynasty of ancient Egypt

Origin and Etymology of saite

Saite from Saite; Saitic from Latin Saiticus, from Greek Saïtikos, from Saïtēs + -ikos -ic


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