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s.

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see.
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shilling; shillings.
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sign.
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signed.
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sire.
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son.
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stem.
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stem of.

S.1

1.
(in prescriptions) mark; write; label.
Origin of S.1
From the Latin word signa

S.2

1.
(in prescriptions) let it be written.
Origin
From the Latin word signētur

S.3

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Origin
From the Latin word socius

S.4

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(in Austria) schilling; schillings.
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Sea.
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shilling; shillings.
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sol3 (def 1).
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(in Ecuador) sucre; sucres.
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  • "Now, you know better than that, Harran," remonstrated s. Behrman blandly.

    The Octopus Frank Norris
  • The Poplar tree is infested by an other species of Saperda (s. calcarata).

    Our Common Insects Alpheus Spring Packard
  • Arrow-head, of iron, with a hole near the point for poison; from s. America.

    The Evolution of Culture Augustus Henry Lane-Fox Pitt-Rivers
  • She had a worthy successor in Aelflæd, a friend of the holy s. Cuthbert.

    Early Double Monasteries Constance Stoney
  • Penalty for offence, 100, recoverable with full costs of suit (s. 192).

British Dictionary definitions for s.

s.

abbreviation
1.
see
2.
semi-
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shilling
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singular
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son
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succeeded

S.

abbreviation
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(pl) SS. Saint
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school
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Sea
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Signor
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Society
Word Origin
Latin socius
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