Definition of Saique

1. a ketch-like vessel [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saique

saintlinesses
saintling
saintlings
saintly
saintlyness
saintologies
saintologist
saintology
saintpaulia
saintpaulias
saints
saints' bell
saints' days
saintship
saintships
saique (current term)
saiques
sair
saired
sairer
sairest
sairing
sairs
sais
saises
saist
saith
saithe
saithes
saiths

Literary usage of Saique

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1. The Nineteenth Century (1889)
"Inspired non par 1'espoir £goi'ste d'une pro- saique speculation, maU par le noble desir de retablir les ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1756)
"... called Gales of Sagittae, (from whence are derived the words Galley and saique) arid fecking and plundering Corinth, Thebes, and Athens, brought away to ..."

3. A General Bibliographical Dictionary by Friedrich Adolf Ebert, Arthur Browne (1837)
"The following work is sometimes added to it, Barthélémy La mo- saique de Palestine. Par, 1760. fol. 20316 — recueil de peintures antiques trouvées a Rome, ..."

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