verbum sap
Etymology: short for New Latin verbum sapienti (sat est) a word to the wise (is sufficient) Date: 1818 enough said — used to indicate that something left unsaid may or should be inferred

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • verbum sap. — verb. sap., verbum sap., or verbum sat., verbum sapienti sat est …   Useful english dictionary

  • verbum sap — /verr beuhm sap / a word to the wise is sufficient; no more need be said. Also, verb. sap. /verrb sap /, verbum sat /verr beuhm sat /. [1640 50; short for L verbum sapienti sat est] * * * …   Universalium

  • verbum sap — ver•bum sap [[t]ˈvɜr bəm ˈsæp[/t]] also verb. sap. [[t]ˈvɜrb ˈsæp[/t]] ver•bum sat [[t]sæt[/t]] a word to the wise is sufficient • Etymology: 1640–50 …   From formal English to slang

  • verbum sap — see verb sap …   Useful english dictionary

  • verbum sap — (Latin) a word to the wise , one hint is enough to any wise person; no need to say more …   English contemporary dictionary

  • verbum sat sapienti (est) — [vʉr′bəm sap′vʉr′bəm sat sap΄ē en′tī est′] 〚L〛 a word to the wise (is) enough: often shortened to verbum sap [vʉr′bəm sap′] * * * …   Universalium

  • verbum sat sapienti (est) — [vʉr′bəm sap′vʉr′bəm sat sap΄ē en′tī est′] [L] a word to the wise (is) enough: often shortened to verbum sap [vʉr′bəm sap′] …   English World dictionary

  • verbum sat sapienti (est) — [vʉr′bəm sap′vʉr′bəm sat sap΄ē en′tī est′] [L] a word to the wise (is) enough: often shortened to verbum sap [vʉr′bəm sap′] …   English World dictionary

  • verbum sat. — verb. sap., verbum sap., or verbum sat., verbum sapienti sat est …   Useful english dictionary

  • VERBUM — Cato factum est, Ioh. c. 1. v. 14. Filius scil. Dei, Verbum, ὑποςτατικὸν, substantiale, Patris, humanam sibi iunxit natutam, ut in illa pati, et propriô suô sanguine Ecclesiam sibi a Patre datam redimere posset. De quo adorando Salutis nostrae… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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