Etymology
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Words related to sack

saque (n.)

type of gown with a loose back, 1590s, from a specialized use of French saque "bag" (Old Frenchsac; see sack (n.1)). Also used mid-19c. of coats not shaped to the back, and from 1957 of a type of short, unwaisted dress.

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satchel (n.)

"small sack or bag," mid-14c., sachel, from Old French sacel, sachel and directly from Late Latin saccellus, saccellum "money bag, purse," diminutive of Latin sacculus, itself a diminutive of saccus "bag" (see sack (n.1)).

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