See also: saver and savêr

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin sapiō (taste, to have a good discernment). Compare Italian sapere.

NounEdit

savér m (plural savér)

  1. (Modena) knowledge; experience

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VerbEdit

savér

  1. (Modena) to know
  2. to be able to; can

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