sânt

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See also: sant, sänt, sånt, șanț, and sant'

Romanian[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

Inherited from Latin sānctus. Mostly replaced by the more common sfânt, but preserved in popular saint names.

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sânt m or n (feminine singular sântă, masculine plural sânți, feminine and neuter plural sânte)

  1. (popular, dated) holy, sacred, saintly
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sânt m (plural sânți, feminine equivalent sântă)

  1. (popular, archaic) saint
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Etymology 2[edit]

Verb[edit]

sânt

  1. Dated spelling of sunt.