MEANING: adjective: Impudent; bold; outspoken; lively; feisty; stylish.

ETYMOLOGY: Alteration of saucy, from sauce, from Latin salsa, from sallere (to salt), from sal (salt). Ultimately from the Indo-European root sal- (salt), which is also the source of silt, sausage, salad, salami, salary, and salmagundi. Earliest documented use: 1833

SPASSY - another German joke

SASLY - like a Scandinavian airplane

SASPY - a member of the Peruvian Secret Service