Lexicon: same – sanity

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same, adv. [see same, adj.]

  1. Identically; equally; in a like manner.
  2. Phrase. “The same as”: just like; in a manner similar to.

same, pron. [see same, adj.]

Phrase. “The same”: a similar characteristic; a comparable thing.

sanctify (sanctifies), v. [ME seintefie < L. 'make holy or treat as holy, consecrate, dedicate'.]

Purify; cleanse; heal; hallow; bless; consecrate; make whole; free from sin; anoint with oil; prepare for divine service; enable to partake of holy things; [fig.] inspire; fill with light; endow with insight; (see John 17:19; 1 Peter 3:15).

sanctifying, verbal n. [see sanctify, v.]

Purification; consecration; hallowing; remission of sins; change of heart; separation for a holy purpose.

sanction, v. [Fr. < L. 'decree, ordinance'.]

Approve; ratify; accept; lay claim to.

sanctity, n. [OFr < L. 'holy'.]

  1. Sacredness; religious reverence; holiness to the Lord; [fig.] safety; refuge; haven; sanctuary; heaven; home on high.
  2. Perfection; incorruption; resurrection; physical and spiritual wholeness.

sand (-s), n. [OE.]

  1. Soil; dirt; tiny fragments of stone; deposit of fine rock particles; earth matter finer than gravel.
  2. Beach; shoal; ocean floor; sea bottom; water-worn particles.
  3. Desert; wilderness; ground material of a dry arid region.

sandal (-s), n. [L. < Gk. etymology unknown.]

Footwear; shoe with an open top; slipper with a sole fastened by straps passed over the instep and around the ankle.

sane, adj. [L. sānus, healthy.]

Healthy; not mad; not crazy; sound in mind; in control of one's senses; [fig.] normal; ordinary; conventional; commonplace; regular; predictable; banal; not creative; not unique; not eccentric.

sanity, n. [Fr. < L. 'heathly'.]

Saneness; wisdom; common sense; soundness of mind; good mental health.