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Saite

[ sey-ahyt ]
/ ˈseɪ aɪt /
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noun

a native or citizen of Saïs.

adjective

Also Sa·it·ic [sey-it-ik]. /seɪˈɪt ɪk/. of or relating to Saïs or its inhabitants.
of or relating to the period 663–525 b.c., when the Pharaohs ruled at Saïs.

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Origin of Saite

1670–80; <Latin Saītēs<Greek Saī́tēs.See Saïs, -ite1
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British Dictionary definitions for Saite

Saite
/ (ˈseɪaɪt) /

noun

a native or inhabitant of the ancient Egyptian city of Saïs
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