SAI

Etymology 1

Noun

sai (plural sai)

A handheld weapon with three prongs, used in some Oriental martial arts.

Etymology 2

Noun

sai

A sajou; a capuchin (monkey).

Etymology 3

Noun

sai (uncountable) (Singapore, Malaysia, coloquial, Singlish)

(vulgar) shit

Anagrams

• A. S. I., A.S.I., AIS, AIs, ASI, Asi, IAS, ISA, Isa, Isa., Sia, a-Si, ais, is-a

Source: Wiktionary


Sa"i, n. Etym: [Cf. Pg. sahi.] (Zoöl.)

Definition: See Capuchin, 3 (a).

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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