verb-sap

verbum sap

[vur-buhm sap]
noun
a word to the wise is sufficient; no more need be said.
Also, verb. sap [vurb sap] , verbum sat [vur-buhm sat] .


Origin:
1640–50; short for Latin verbum sapientī sat est

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