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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Old French
Origin: sachel, from Latin sacellus, from saccus; SACK1

satchel

noun
     
satchel
Related topics: Clothes, School
satch‧el [countable]
SESDCC a leather bag that you carry over your shoulder, used especially in the past by children for carrying books to school

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