Say

[ sey ]
/ seɪ /

noun

Jean Bap·tiste [zhahn ba-teest] /ʒɑ̃ baˈtist/, 1767–1832, French economist.Compare Say's law.
Thomas,1787–1834, U.S. entomologist.
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British Dictionary definitions for j say (1 of 2)

Derived forms of say

sayer, noun

Word Origin for say

Old English secgan; related to Old Norse segja, Old Saxon seggian, Old High German sagēn

British Dictionary definitions for j say (2 of 2)

say2
/ (seɪ) /

noun

archaic a type of fine woollen fabric

Word Origin for say

C13: from Old French saie, from Latin saga, plural of sagum a type of woollen cloak
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Idioms and Phrases with j say

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