Origin of sacFrench from Classical Latin saccus: see sack
nounpl. Sacs or
Origin of sacFrench bag from Old French from Latin saccus ; see sack 1.
- A sacrifice fly. Also called sac fly .
- A sacrifice bunt. Also called sac bunt .
From French sac.
(third-person singular simple present sacs, present participle saccing, simple past and past participle sacced)
- (informal, video games, chiefly roguelikes) To sacrifice (a creature).
- I kept saccing monsters at the altar until I was rewarded with a new weapon.
- (military) Acronym of senior aircraftman.
- (US, military) Acronym of Strategic Air Command.
- Acronym of saeclum ante Christum ("era before Christ").
sac - Medical Definition