SACRAMENT SACRED SACRUM SACRIFICE SANCTUM SAINT
~ SACRAMENT 
~ SACRED 
~ SACRUM 
~ SACRIFICE  id+ | a LINK of a BONE with SANCTITY | 
^u           id+ | HOLY BONE in old English | 
             id+ | DEFECATION | 
  flowing from SACER implying DEDICATED as in HOLY toward 
  SACRIFICE SACRUM SANCTUM SAINT SANCTA SANTA SACRISTY etc   
  skr  SRONIS for HAUNCH 
  ukr  SRAKA vulgar for BUTTOCK 
       SRATY vulgar for DEFECATION FECES STOOL   
  lith SLAUNIS for HIP  
  lat  VERTEBRA MAGNA 
       OS SACRUM for SACRED BONE sug> see GALEN below
       OS LATUM for BROAD BONE 
       OSSA CLUNIUM for BOTTOM BONE 
       CLUNIS for BOTTOCK 
       SACER for SACRED 
  sp   SACERDOTE for PRIEST 
  lat  SACRARIUM for HOLY PLACE or SHRINE 
       SACRISTA  for SACRISTAN 
       SANCTUM   for SAINT fem SANCTA   
  eng  SACRUM or HOLY BONE        
  hx>  some interpretations point out to the 
       link of SACRAL CAVITY and SANCTITY and in turn to 
       REPRODUCTION  
  hx>  in PRE-HISPANIC MESO-AMERICA the SACRUM was a 
        DOORWAY TO THE OTHERWORLD (Thesis - B Stross, U. Tex) 
  THE SACRUM WAS AN EMLEM OF 
  REPRODUCTION, FERTILITY AND REINCARNATION 
  med> there is strong SEXUAL DIMORPHISM 
       the SACRUM of MATURE FEMALES is 
  SHORTER WIDER and has a GREATER CURVATURE 
  usual site of SPINA BIFIDA along with lower LUMBAR VERTEBRAE 
                CHORDOMAS SARCOMAS 
  the COCCYX is often missing and is also a site of origin of 
  see > TERATOMAS 
  note THE CAUDAL (TAIL END) OF THE COLUMN 
  IS A LOCUS MINORIS RESISTENTIAE for malformations  
  SPINA BIFIDA OCCULTA IS RELATIVELY COMMON or >5% 
  
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