Definitions for sacre

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  1. sacre(Verb)

    To consecrate

  2. Origin: From sacren, sakeren, from sacrer, from sacro, from sacer.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Sacre(noun)

    see Saker

  2. Sacre(verb)

    to consecrate; to make sacred

Anagrams of sacre

  1. acres, cares, caser, ceras, e-cars, races, scare, serac


Translations for sacre

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

sacred(adjective)

of God or a god; (that must be respected because) connected with religion or with God or a god

Temples, mosques, churches and synagogues are all sacred buildings.

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