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See also sát, sắt, SAT, and Sat.

English

Pronunciation

Verb

sat

  1. Simple past tense and past participle of sit.

Translations


Bosnian

Etymology 1

From Turkish saat < Persian ساعت < Arabic ساعة.

Noun

sat m. [[Category:Template:lang:bs nouns|sat]]

  1. (plural: sati) hour (unit of time)
  2. (plural: satovi) clock
  3. (plural: satovi) watch

Etymology 2

From Common Slavic

Noun

sat m. [[Category:Template:lang:bs nouns|sat]]

  1. (obsolete) honeycomb

Croatian

Etymology 1

From Turkish saat < Persian ساعت < Arabic ساعة.

Noun

sat m. sg.

  1. (plural: sati) hour
  2. (plural: satovi) clock
  3. (plural: satovi) watch

Etymology 2

From Common Slavic

Noun

sat

  1. (obsolete) honeycomb

Fijian Hindi

Etymology

From English shirt

Pronunciation

Noun

sat

  1. shirt

References


Old High German

Etymology

Common Germanic *sadhaz

Adjective

sat

  1. full, sated

Romanian

Etymology

From Late Latin fossatum, a locality surrounded by a ditch, compare fossa.

Noun

sat f. and m.

  1. village

Serbian

Etymology 1

From Turkish saat < Persian ساعت < Arabic ساعة.

Noun

sat m. (Cyrillic spelling сат)

  1. (plural: sati) hour
  2. (plural: satovi) clock
  3. (plural: satovi) watch
Synonyms

Etymology 2

From Common Slavic

Noun

sat m. (Cyrillic spelling сат)

  1. (obsolete) honeycomb

Turkish

Verb

sat

  1. sell (imperative)

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