Definition of Saguin
1. sagoin [n -S] - See also: sagoin
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Literary usage of Saguin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Wilderness Trail: Or, The Ventures and Adventures of the Pennsylvania by Charles Augustus Hanna (1911)
""saguin knows well how to conduct himself towards these tribes. He understands them perfectly, and his good conduct towards them causes them to gather in ..."
2. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1912)
"On Monday, October 9th, patrolled up the bay to saguin Marsh and found that one party had one more set of hoop nets than his license called for, ..."
3. Papers relating to foreign affairs [afterw.] Foreign relations of the United by United States dept. of state (1866)
"Copy of a letter addressed to the vice-consul of France at Chicago by Mr. saguin, physician and land-owner at Amboy, Lee county, Illinois. ..."
4. Proceedings by American Society of Civil Engineers (1903)
"In 1899 he was associated with Mr. James saguin, in the construction of bridges for the Illinois Central Railroad Company near Council Bluffs, Iowa; ..."
5. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1894)
"... saguin, Meiktila. and Kyaukse, and of the Shan States (Upper Burma). Seasons 1889-92. No. 6, NW (sixth edition). Parts of District Toungoo (Lower Burma) ..."
6. The history of France, tr. by R. Black. (Vol. 6-8 ed. by madame de Witt). by François Pierre G. Guizot (1872)
"... and a red robe, which was symbolical of the blood he was bound to shed in the service of the faith, and a black saguin or close-fitting coat, ..."