At least 142 homes are already burned as saf forces refueled their vehicles.
saffian, saf′i-an, n. a name applied to skins tanned with sumac and dyed in bright colours.
saf and Marwah were hills held in superstitious reverence by the Meccans.
The word Sf may be derived either from saf, purity, or from Sf, dress.
safflower, saf′flow-ėr, n. an annual herbaceous composite plant, cultivated all over India for its red dye—Carthamine.
saffron, saf′run, n. a bulbous plant of the crocus kind with deep-yellow flowers: a colouring substance prepared from its flowers.