Words nearby savin
Origin of savin
Examples from the Web for savine
The oil of savine, is extracted from the leaves of the juniperus sabina.
In some parts a little fresh valerian root and oil of savine are added before distillation.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley
Savine smiled a little, though there was the faintest tinge of darker color in his bronzed cheek.
This oil is green; it has a burning taste, a strong smell of camphor, turpentine, and savine.
The steward brought them in a meal, but it was a little while before Savine appeared again.