Wednesday, 20 June 2012

word of the day part:forty-nine | sacrosanct


sac·ro·sanct [ˈsækrəʊˌsæŋkt]

Regarded as sacred and inviolable.

[Latin sacrsnctus, consecrated with religious ceremonies : sacr, ablative of sacrum, religious rite (from neuter of sacer, sacred; see sacred) + snctus, past participle of sancre, to consecrate; see sak- in Indo-European roots.]

sacrosanctity, sacrosanctness | noun.

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