See also: Saite, sàitè, saitē, and Sàitè

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DalmatianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Ultimately from forms of Latin sum.

VerbEdit

saite (first-person singular present sai, second-person singular present, sante, third-person singular present sant, first-person plural present saime, second-person plural present saite, first-person singular present sant)

  1. (irregular) to be

EstonianEdit

VerbEdit

saite

  1. Second-person plural past form of saama.

LatvianEdit

PronunciationEdit

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NounEdit

saite f (5th declension)

  1. string, lace, cord, link, tie
    kurpju saites — shoelaces
    metāla saite — metal link
    kakla saite, kaklasaite — necktie
  2. leash, tether
    turēt, vest suni saitē — to keep, to lead a dog on a leash
  3. (in the plural) ties, bonds, links
    draudzības, radniecības saites — friendship, family bonds
    saraut (visas) saites ar pagātni — to sever (all) links with the past
  4. (chemistry) bonds between atoms
    kovalentā, joņu saite — covalent, ionic bond
  5. (anatomy) cord, ligament
    balss saites — vocal cords
    nabas saite — umbilical cord

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PortugueseEdit

NounEdit

saite m (plural saites)

  1. Alternative form of site
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