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April 5th, 2021: SAGUM

Definition: SAGUM*SAGA n a cloak worn by ancient Roman soldiers

Anagrams: gaums magus

Hooks: (none)

Ana-hooks: aLgums aLmugs gamuTs gumMas

'Typos': (none)

Blana-grams: agIsm agLus agmAs aguEs aLgum aLmug aLums amusE aRgus aRums Dumas gamAs gamBs gamEs gamPs gamuT gauDs gauRs gausS gEums gLams gLums gRams guaNs guaRs gumMa Kagus Lumas magEs maNus mauDs mauLs mausY mauTs mugGs muNgs muRas musCa Ogams Pumas Quags Ramus samFu saugH sIgma sugaR sumaC sumMa umMas usagE Vagus Wamus Yugas

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Sub-anagrams: ag ags am amu amus as gam gams gas gaum gum gums ma mag mags mas mu mug mugs mus sag sau smug sum um ums us


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