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Say (IPA: /ˈseɪ/)


Say (imp.)

Saw.

Say (n.)

Trial by sample; assay; sample; specimen; smack.

Say (n.)

Tried quality; temper; proof.

Say (n.)

Essay; trial; attempt.

Say (v. t.)

To try; to assay.

Say (n.)

A kind of silk or satin.

Say (n.)

A delicate kind of serge, or woolen cloth.

Say (v. t.)

To utter or express in words; to tell; to speak; to declare; as, he said many wise things.

Say (v. t.)

To repeat; to rehearse; to recite; to pronounce; as, to say a lesson.

Say (v. t.)

To announce as a decision or opinion; to state positively; to assert; hence, to form an opinion upon; to be sure about; to be determined in mind as to.

Say (v. t.)

To mention or suggest as an estimate, hypothesis, or approximation; hence, to suppose; -- in the imperative, followed sometimes by the subjunctive; as, he had, say fifty thousand dollars; the fox had run, say ten miles.

Say (v. i.)

To speak; to express an opinion; to make answer; to reply.

Say (v. t.)

A speech; something said; an expression of opinion; a current story; a maxim or proverb.

Say

Urban commune in Niger

Say

Misono album

Say

2007 single by John Mayer

Say

Method Man song

Say

1999 single by The Creatures

Say Synonyms

Aver, Allege

Say Synonyms

Tell, Order, Enjoin

Say Synonyms

Sound Out, Pronounce, Enounce, Articulate, Enunciat

Say Synonyms

Read

Say Synonyms

Tell, State

Say Synonyms

Suppose

SAY (Acronym / Abbreviation)

Satyam Computer Services Limited

SAY (Acronym / Abbreviation)

SATYAM COMPUTER SERVICES LTD.

SAY (Acronym / Abbreviation)

Save America's Youth

SAY (Acronym / Abbreviation)

ScotAirways

SAY (Acronym / Abbreviation)

Sexually Aggressive Youth

Say Rhymes

A, A., Ae, Ay, Bay, Baye, Bayh, Bey, Blay, Bley, Brae, Bray, Brey, C'est, Cay, Che, Clay, Cray, Dae, Day, Daye, De, Dey, Dray, Drey, Fay, Faye, Fe, Fey, Flay, Fray, Frey, Gay, Gaye, Gray, Graye, Grey, Guay, Gway, Haigh, Hay, Haye, Hey, Hwe, J, J., Jae, Jay, Jaye, K, K., Kay, Kaye, Khe, Klay, Kley, Kray, Krey, Lait, Lay, Laye, Lei, Ley, Leyh, Mae, May, Maye, Mei, Mey, Nay, Ne, Neigh, Nej, Ney, Pay, Paye, Pei, Play, Pray, Prey, Quai, Quay, Quaye, Rae, Ray, Raye, Re, Reay, Rey, Say, Saye, Schey, Schley, Se, Seay, Shay, Shea, Slay, Sleigh, Smay, Snay, Spey, Spray, Stay, Stray, Strey, Sway, Sze, Tae, Tay, They, Tray, Trey, Vey, Way, Waye, Wei, Weigh, Wey, Whey, Wray, Wy, Yay, Yea

Abbe, Aday, Aggrey, Aigner, Allais, Allay, Anway, Array, Asay, Astray, Away, B'nai, B-j, Ballet, Banpais, Beauvais, Belay, Beret, Bernay, Betray, Bombay, Boulais, Boulay, Bouquet, Buffet, Ca, Cache, Cafe, Calais, Callais, Calvey, Carre, Cathay, Chalet, Ciskei, Cliche, Coday, Convey, Crochet, Croquet, D'orsay, Da, Decay, Defray, Dekay, Delay, Delray, Devey, Dismay, Display, Dk, Donais, Dorais, Dossier, Dovey, Dumais, Dupay, Ek, Essay, Filet, Fillet, Francais, Ga, Galle, Gerais, Gervais, Ha, Halfway, Hefei, Hervey, Hevey, Hongwei, Hooray, Hurray, Ilhae, Imlay, Jaquay, Jose, Jouret, Kamei, Langlais, Levey, Lurvey, Mackay, Maclay, Macrae, Maltais, Manet, Marais, Marquai, Mcbay, Mccay, Mcclay, Mccrae, Mccray, Mccrea, Mcgray, Mckay, Mclay, Mcnay, Mcquay, Mcrae, Mcray, Mcshea, Mcstay, Mcvay, Mcveigh, Mcvey, Millay, Mobay, Monet, Morais, Moray, Moutray, Mulvey, Nihei, Nikkei, Nisei, Nissei, O'dea, O'shea, Obey, Oj, Ok, Okay, Olay, Ole, Orsay, Palais, Parquet, Passe, Per-se, Pevey, Porcher, Portray, Prepay, Puree, Purvey, Rene, Renee, Repay, Replay, Resnais, Risque, Saute, Sergei, Servais, Sevey, Shinsei, Sinay, Sochet, Soiree, Sorbet, Souffle, Stupay, Survey, Today, Toray, Torme, Toupee, Turvey, Vadnais, Valet, Voisey, Wah-pei, Zalay

Aaa, Aka, Antigay, Attache, Bouvier, Bta, Bua, Cabaret, Cabernet, Cea, Chevrolet, Dak, Deseret, Disarray, Disobey, Dunlavey, Ekk, Faberge, Fiance, Intraday, Ira, Ita, Jna, Jonbenet, Kkk, La-carre, Lyonnais, Mcgarvey, Meservey, Monterey, Monterrey, Overplay, Overstay, Perrier, Piaget, Pinochet, Redisplay, Santa-fe, Sta, Touvier, Underplay, Underway, Usa, Uva

Asea, Buga, Cabriolet, Ceta, Cluj, Communique, Compusa, Foia, Hiaa, L'espalier, Naivete, Noaa, Societe, Yakutakay, Zepa

Say (Last Name / Surname)

Say is the #9,803 most common last name / surname from the 2010 United States Census. The census reported that 3,302 people had that surname.

Spanish Translation

Say in Spanish is Decir

Tagalog Translation

Say in Tagalog is Bigkasin

Example Sentence (Quote)

" (about Ken) I didn't say I wanted to kiss him, duh, I just wanna marry him!"" - Digimon

Example Sentence (Quote)

" (After Kate asks what she should say if his men find him gone) I'll be back." - Terminator Salvation

Example Sentence (Quote)

" (After Raven shouts OBJECTION!") Did you seriously just say that? This isn't a court, you know? [150]" - El Goonish Shive

Example Sentence (Quote)

" (angrily) How dare you say that, Matt! We're all friends here!"" - Digimon

Example Sentence (Quote)

" (Did I say something terrible? Women... I don't understand them.)" - Final Fantasy VIII


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