Definitions for Savage
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word Savage.
a member of an uncivilized people
beast, wolf, savage, brute, wildcatadjective
a cruelly rapacious person
barbarous, brutal, cruel, fell, roughshod, savage, viciousadjective
(of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering
"a barbarous crime"; "brutal beatings"; "cruel tortures"; "Stalin's roughshod treatment of the kulaks"; "a savage slap"; "vicious kicks"
feral, ferine, savageadjective
wild and menacing
"a pack of feral dogs"
barbarian, barbaric, savage, uncivilized, uncivilised, wildadjective
without civilizing influences
"barbarian invaders"; "barbaric practices"; "a savage people"; "fighting is crude and uncivilized especially if the weapons are efficient"-Margaret Meade; "wild tribes"
ferocious, fierce, furious, savageverb
marked by extreme and violent energy
"a ferocious beating"; "fierce fighting"; "a furious battle"
attack brutally and fiercely
savage, blast, pillory, crucifyverb
criticize harshly or violently
"The press savaged the new President"; "The critics crucified the author for plagiarizing a famous passage"
An uncivilized or feral human; a barbarian.
A defiant person.
To attack or assault someone or something ferociously or without restraint.
To criticise vehemently.
His latest film was savaged by most reviewers.
To attack with the teeth
wild; not cultivated
barbaric; not civilized
fierce and ferocious
brutal, vicious or merciless
The woman was killed in a savage manner.
unpleasant or unfair
Etymology: From sauvage, salvage, from salvaticus, alteration of silvaticus, from silva.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: sauvage, French; selvaggio, Italian.
These godlike virtues wherefore do’st thou hide,
Affecting private life, or more obscure
In savage wilderness? John Milton.
Cornels, and savage berries of the wood,
And roots and herbs, have been my meagre food. Dryden.
Chain me to some steepy mountain’s top,
Where roaring bears and savage lions roam. William Shakespeare.
Tyrants no more their savage nature kept,
And foes to virtue wonder’d how they wept. Alexander Pope.
Hence with your little ones:
To fright you thus, methinks, I am too savage;
To do worse to you, were fell cruelty. William Shakespeare, Macbeth.
Thus people lived altogether a savage life, ’till Saturn, arriving on those coasts, devised laws to govern them by. Walter Raleigh.
The savage clamour drown’d
Both harp and voice. John Milton.
A herd of wild beasts on the mountains, or a savage drove of men in caves, might be so disordered; but never a peculiar people. Thomas Sprat, Sermons.
A man untaught and uncivilized; a barbarian.
Etymology: from the adjective.
Long after these times were they but savages. Walter Raleigh.
The seditious lived by rapine and ruin of all the country, omitting nothing of that which savages, enraged in the height of their unruly behaviour, do commit. John Hayward.
To deprive us of metals is to make us mere savages; to change our corn for the old Arcadian diet, our houses and cities for dens and caves, and our clothing for skins of beasts: ’tis to bereave us of all arts and sciences, nay, of revealed religion. Richard Bentley.
To make barbarous, wild, or cruel. A word not well authorised.
Etymology: from the noun.
Friends, relations, love himself,
Savag’d by woe, forget the tender tie. James Thomson.
of or pertaining to the forest; remote from human abodes and cultivation; in a state of nature; wild; as, a savage wilderness
wild; untamed; uncultivated; as, savage beasts
uncivilized; untaught; unpolished; rude; as, savage life; savage manners
characterized by cruelty; barbarous; fierce; ferocious; inhuman; brutal; as, a savage spirit
a human being in his native state of rudeness; one who is untaught, uncivilized, or without cultivation of mind or manners
a man of extreme, unfeeling, brutal cruelty; a barbarian
to make savage
Demetrius Savelio, better known by his stage name Savage, is a New Zealander rapper of Samoan descent, and a former member of hip hop group the Deceptikonz. In 2009, he became the first New Zealand hip hop artist in history to have a commercial single achieve platinum certification status in the United States for selling over one million copies. He is not to be confused with Savage of the underground Atlanta- and Bronx-based hip hop group Hard Knocks, which released one album in 1992.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
sav′āj, adj. wild: uncivilised: fierce: cruel: brutal: (her.) nude: naked.—n. a human being in a wild state: a brutal, fierce, or cruel person: a barbarian.—v.t. and v.i. to make savage, to play the savage.—n. Sav′agedom, a savage state: savages collectively.—adv. Sav′agely.—ns. Sav′ageness; Sav′agery, fierceness: ferocity: wild growth of plants; Sav′agism. [O. Fr. salvage—L. silvaticus, pertaining to the woods—silva, a wood.]
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The numerical value of Savage in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of Savage in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
We are all ready to be savage in some cause. The difference between a good man and a bad one is the choice of the cause.
When we shot the series finale…nobody knew whether or not ‘The Wonder Years’ was going to be renewed. And that’s because of a completely ridiculous sexual harassment suit that was going on against Fred Savage — who is like, the least offensive, most wonderful, sweet human being that ever walked the face of the Earth.
It is rather a character that the inhabitants of Ath adore... when one get a kiss from 'the Savage', we have good luck all the year ahead.
Sabism is an art and theatric movement of 21st century occupied with the philotipes, mythologic forms, schematism and chromatic scales, dual art, logism of color, cult art, conglomeration. As an art movement it tries to explore word act, group performance, collective structure, fruitfulness and aesthetics of multitude through philotipes as implicit connotation of colors or schemes in their general use (honeysuckle yellow, female, courtly, savage, dionysiaque).
Someone asked Sophocles, How do you feel now about sex Are you able to have a woman He replied, Hush man most gladly indeed am I rid off it all, as though I had escaped from a mad and savage master.
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Translations for Savage
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- همجي, متوحشArabic
- див, брутален, безпощаденBulgarian
- salvatgeCatalan, Valencian
- Barbar, wild, roh, bestürmen, herfallen über, unbändig, beleidigen, barbarisch, unbebaut, angreifen, roher Mensch, beißen, rasend, anfallen, zerfleischen, wüst, wütend, Wilder, grausamGerman
- άγριος, καταδαγκώνω, κατασπαράσσω, καυτηριάζω, πρωτόγονοςGreek
- feroca, sovaĝaEsperanto
- féroce, barbareFrench
- brutális, civilizálatlan, elvetemült, barbár, kegyetlen, műveletlen, vérengző, vad, vadember, erőszakosHungarian
- վայրենի, վայրի, վայրագArmenian
- crudele, selvaggio, feroce, primitivo, impietoso, brutaleItalian
- 野蛮人, 野蛮なJapanese
- 野蠻人, 야만인Korean
- ferus, crudelis, saevus, barbarus, immanis, atrox, inhumanus, silvestris, feroLatin
- беспоштеден, жесток, дивјачки, дивјакMacedonian
- onbeschaafd, barbaars, onbeschoft, wildDutch
- slakte, brutal, villmann, grusom, barbarisk, rasende, villNorwegian
- brutalny, okrutny, zdziczały, bestialski, dziki, barbarzyński, dzikus, niecywilizowany, bezlitosnyPolish
- беспощадный, дикарь, дикарка, дикий, варварский, дикарскийRussian
- divljakinja, divljakuša, divlje, divljakSerbo-Croatian
- ociviliserad, vilde, barbar, okultiverad, brutal, vild, grym, barbariskSwedish
- người dã manVietnamese
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