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sarpe (plural sarpes)

  1. (obsolete) A collar or neck-ring.
    • 1485, Sir Thomas Malory, chapter xiiij, in Le Morte Darthur, book XX:
      sir Launcelot had twelue coursers folowynge hym / and on euery courser sat a yonge gentylman / and alle they were arayed in grene veluet with sarpys of gold about their quarters / and the hors trapped in the same wyse doune to the helys with many ouches y sette with stones and perlys in gold to the nombre of a thowsand

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From Latin serpens. Related to sarpant.

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sarpe f (plural sarpes)

  1. snake

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sarpe

  1. serpent. snake