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10/17/18 08:07 PM

SAGAMORE

PRONUNCIATION: (SAG-uh-mohr)

MEANING: noun: A chief or a leader.

ETYMOLOGY: From Eastern Abenaki sakama. Earliest documented use: 1613. A related word is sachem.
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WAGAMORE - what your puppy's tail does to tell you he likes something

SAL AMORE - a crystalline love potion you sprinkle on food

SACAMORE - past tense of SYCAMORE; also, to catch up on your sleep
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