Sapir



noun
1.
Edward, 1884–1939, U.S. anthropologist and linguist, born in Germany.
noun
1.
Edward. 1884–1939, US anthropologist and linguist, noted for his study of the ethnology and languages of North American Indians

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  • Sapir-Whorf hypothesis

    [suh-peer-hwawrf, -hwohrf, -wawrf, -wohrf] /səˈpɪərˈʰwɔrf, -ˈʰwoʊrf, -ˈwɔrf, -ˈwoʊrf/ noun 1. a theory developed by Edward Sapir and Benjamin Lee Whorf that states that the structure of a language determines or greatly influences the modes of thought and behavior characteristic of the culture in which it is spoken.

  • Sapless

    adjective 1. without sap; withered; dry: sapless plants. 2. lacking vitality or spirit; insipid.



  • Sapling

    noun 1. a young tree. 2. a young person. noun 1. a young tree 2. (literary) a youth

  • Sapo-

    sapo- or sapon- pref. Soap; soapy: saponaceous.



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