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sapio
sapio = wise (in latin)

Etymology
From Proto-Italic *sapjō, from Proto-Indo-European *sap- (“to try, to research”). Compare Ancient Greek σοφός (sophós), Italian sapere, French savoir, Spanish saber, Old English sefa (“mind, spirit, mood”).

Pronunciation
IPA(key): /ˈsa.pi.o /

Verb
present active sapiō, present infinitive sapere, perfect active sapīvī (no passive)

I taste of, smack of, have a flavour of.
I have good taste or discernment.
(figuratively) I am wise or sensible, discern.
I sapio it = I taste of it
I sapio it = I smack of it
I sapio it = I have a flavour of it
I sapio it = I have a good taste of it
I sapio it = I discern it
she is sapio = she is wise
she is sapio = she is sensible
she is sapio = she is discerns
by SapioiT on Mar 1, 2015

tags: sapio, wise, sensible, discern, taste, smack, flavour

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