sāts

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See also: sats, Sats, and SATs

Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Indo-European *seh₂- ‎(to satiate, be satisfied). Cognates include Lithuanian sotis ‎(satiety), Sanskrit असिन्व​ ‎(a-sinvá, insatiable), Ancient Greek ἄω ‎(áō, to satiate) Latin satis ‎(enough, filled) and Old English sæd ‎(full, sated).

Noun[edit]

sāts m (1st declension) (usually only singular)

  1. moderation
  2. satiety, satiation
  3. fill

Declension[edit]

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