Noun: - Anything or anyone who resembles the human form

or lifestyle and obtains knowledge from the ability to learn and from experience.

Derived from: - the word homo sapien (latin 'Wise Man').

Plural - sapians

Pronounced - say (SAY-PEE-IN)
We are all sapians who strive for knowledge of any sort. We got to sapien-school to obtain this knowledge and hence becoming a 'wise man' (homo sapien) eventually.
作者 Atomikbom 2010年9月20日
The act of being so gay, You surpass the word "Homo" in "Homosapien".
Dude, stop rubbing up on George Bush, Or else people will think your sapien.
作者 Dueler of Dragons 2010年8月09日
A scornful nickname for an old, married pedaphile who is decended from German nobility. Short for Homo sapien.Relative of an aristochav.Also known in gay circles as Captain Crunch.
The Sapien, with his old age spots allover his face and jaundiced skin from Hepatitis, resembled a leopard who could never change his spots.
作者 f00 2005年9月21日

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