CatalanEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin satiāre, present active infinitive of satiō.

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VerbEdit

saciar (first-person singular present sacio, past participle saciat)

  1. to satiate

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IdoEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English satiateFrench rassasierItalian saziareSpanish saciar. Decision no. 421, Progreso IV.

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VerbEdit

saciar (present sacias, past saciis, future sacios, conditional sacius, imperative saciez)

  1. (transitive) to give a bare sufficiency to, give a minimum to (someone)
    La hungreganteti povis saciar su per pano ed aquo donacita dal voluntarii.
    The starving children were able to get by (in terms of their hunger and thirst) with bread and water donated by the volunteers.

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Usage notesEdit

Saturar is to supply the maximum whilst saciar is to supply the minimum sufficient to calm or put a stop to some need. You can saciar your hunger by a piece of bread, your thirst by a large glass of water; but when you saturas yourself by food or drink, you risk running into either bad digestion or drunkenness.

Derived termsEdit

  • saciesar (to content oneself; put up with)
  • sacio (a minimum sufficiency)
  • saciajo (a minimum sufficiency)
  • nesaciata (unslaked (thirst, etc.))
  • nesaciita (unslaked (thirst, etc.))

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ReferencesEdit

  • Progreso III (in Ido), 1910–1911, page 423
  • Progreso IV (in Ido), 1911–1912, pages 322, 414
  • Progreso VI (in Ido), 1913–1914, page 488

PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin satiāre, present active infinitive of satiō.

VerbEdit

saciar (first-person singular present indicative sacio, past participle saciado)

  1. to sate (to satisfy the hunger, thirst or desire of)

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin satiāre, present active infinitive of satiō.

VerbEdit

saciar (first-person singular present sacio, first-person singular preterite sacié, past participle saciado)

  1. to satiate

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