Definition of Saguins

1. saguin [n] - See also: saguin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saguins

sago fern
sago palm
sago palms
sago pudding
sago puddings
sago spleen
sagoin
sagoins
sagos
sagouin
sagouins
sags
saguaro
saguaros
saguin
saguins (current term)
saguinus
sagum
sagums
sagus
sagy
sahib
sahiba
sahibah
sahibahs
sahibas
sahibs
sahiwal
sahiwals
sahlinite

Literary usage of Saguins

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Narrative of Le Moyne: An Artist who Accompanied the French Expedition to by Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues, Theodor de Bry (1875)
"... six monkeys of the sort called saguins, which are very beautiful, and as many parrots, of which choice ones are found in that island ; and the governor ..."

2. Report (1837)
"... in the temperate regions of Mexico, northwards to the United States, and southwards to Cayenne and Brazil. • The Sais, saguins, Sloths, Tapirs, ..."

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