Complete Definition of "sapiens"

English
Etymology
L.
Adjective
sapiens

  1. of, or relating to the species Homo sapiens

Latin

Etymology
Present participle of sapere.

Noun
sapiens, Wiktionary Appendix:Latin third declension|sapientis c

  1. wise man; sage; philosopher

#: Sapiens nihil affirmat quod non probat : a wise man asserts nothing which he does not (ap)prove (Anonymous|Auctor Ignotus).

Adjective
sapiens, Wiktionary Appendix:Latin third declension|sapientis c

  1. wise, judicious
  2. discreet

comparative sapientior m f, sapientius n

superlative sapientissimus m, sapientissima f, sapientissimum n

Category:Latin nouns
Category:Latin adjectives

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