See also: sarn

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  1. A large village in St Bride's Minor community, Bridgend county borough, Wales (OS grid ref SS9083).
  2. A hamlet in Flintshire, Wales (OS grid ref SJ1179). [1]
  3. A small village in Kerry community, Powys, Wales (OS grid ref SO2090).
  4. A village in Grisons canton, Switzerland. [2]

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Etymology edit

From Old Irish Satharn(n).

Noun edit

Sarn m (genitive singular Sarn, no plural)

  1. Saturday
    Synonym: Jesarn

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Proper noun edit

Sarn m

  1. (astronomy, Roman mythology) Saturn

Coordinate terms edit

(planets of the Solar System) Curain,‎ Badlag,‎ Dowan/‎Cruinney,‎ Mart,‎ Iupiter,‎ Sarn,‎ Uraanus,‎ Neptioon (Category: gv:Planets of the Solar System) [edit]

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Mutation edit

Manx mutation
Radical Lenition Eclipsis
Sarn Harn
after "yn", Tarn
Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every
possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.

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