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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 saitesshoelaces
    metāla saitemetal link
    kakla saite, kaklasaitenecktie
  2. leash, tether
    turēt, vest suni saitēto keep, to lead a dog on a leash
  3. (in the plural) ties, bonds, links
    draudzības, radniecības saitesfriendship, family bonds
    saraut (visas) saites ar pagātnito sever (all) links with the past
  4. (chemistry) bonds between atoms
    kovalentā, joņu saitecovalent, ionic bond
  5. (anatomy) cord, ligament
    balss saitesvocal cords
    nabas saiteumbilical cord

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PortugueseEdit

NounEdit

saite m (plural saites)

  1. Alternative form of site