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  1. Multi-langua


    Dear all teachers,

    In the world of English speaking place as the secondary language, someone uses the name Savantas Policy Institute. And the person in charge said the word Savantas was French. Other said Savant was from French and [as] was the ending of Latin. Can anyone tell me exactly what the exactly meaning of Savantas is. But I know that Caritas is very famous charity organization in the world. Its all to do with heart. Have they any connection? Thanks in advance.

  2. mehmetmamger's Avatar

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    Re: Savantas

    savant (or savante)
    ■ noun a learned person.

    C18: Fr., lit. 'knowing (person)', pres. participle (used asnoun) of savoir.


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