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Question 1 of 7
Which sentence is correct?
Origin of Sn
From the Latin word stannum
Words nearby Sn
Smyrna, Smyrna fig, Smyrnean, Smyth, Smyth sewing, Sn, snack, snack bar, snackette, snack table, snaffle
Other definitions for Sn (2 of 2)
Secretary of the Navy.
Also sn, s/n . screen name.
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How to use Sn in a sentence
Men-sn-se-ah, the Left Hand; a fierce-looking warrior, with a stone hatchet in his hand.
In the middle of the road are the two rocks of Jonathan, the name of one of which is Botsets, and of the other Sn.Early Travels in Palestine|Arculf et al.
Parson, pr′sn, n. the priest or incumbent of a parish: a clergyman: one who is licensed to preach.
Ok er hsfreyja kom fr tum, tti henni heldr raskat um hbli sn.
Ekki lt bndi heyra til sn, vat honum tti œrit um, er hann heyri, hvat um var ti.
British Dictionary definitions for Sn (1 of 3)
the internet domain name for
British Dictionary definitions for Sn (2 of 3)
the chemical symbol for
Word Origin for Sn
from New Latin stannum
British Dictionary definitions for Sn (3 of 3)
Senegal (international car registration)
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Scientific definitions for Sn
The symbol for tin.
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