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saco m. (Noun) "sack"

13th cent. From Latin saccus 'id.,' borrowed from Ancient Greek σάκκος ‎(sákkos) 'id.' Borrowed from a Semitic source, probably Phoenician. Compare Ancient Hebrew śaq "cloth," "bag;" Ancient Egyptian saq "bag."

Romance: Western Vuglar Latin: Portuguese saco, French sac, Italian sacco ; Eastern Vulgar Latin: Aromanian sac, Romanian sac ; Sardinian: sacu

Semitic: Ancient Hebrew śaq "cloth," "bag," Ancient Egyptian saq "bag," Coptic soq 'id.'