Sacignous - Sacerdos – Latin noun – One who gives sacrament; priest. Ignis – Latin verb – to love. –ous – English suffix, adjective from French –eux, from Latin –osus – meaning full of. Pronounced (Sasignus) – To describe a priest who breaks his vow of celibacy.
My father committed a sacignous act when he met my mom.

That sacignous son of a bitch is going to jail for what he did to those kids.
by Ballistic2010 January 14, 2011

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