SATAA

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sataa, sato), Fi sato harvest, crops is etymologically the same word as Finnic *sato 'falling; rain '(> Fi comp.
Setala (1902 : 222) was probably the first to connect sato 'harvest' with sataa rain, and he suggested that the Finnic word is cognate with SaaN cuohcit get stuck (of fish in a net); have an effect on, MdE caco-, MariE soca- 'be born; grow, yield harvest', Komi cuz- 'be born; grow', Udm cizi-vizi 'relative' and KhN sose 'local, native'.
Brazilian midfielder Diego Amado was blocked by a diving Sataa al-Abbasi, keeping the Qatar SC goal in place of regular custodian Jassim al-Hail, before Qatar international Ahmed Alaaeldin had a header against the side netting.
or sata /sata/ 'hundred', nom.sg.; sataa /sata:/ 'hundred', part.sg.; saattaa /sa:t:a:/ 'accompany', 3.sg.; saata /sa:ta/ 'accompany', 2.sg.imperat.
The striker was put clean through by Mohammed al Sayed and his shot was deflected past the hapless Sataa Al Abbasi in goal.
One of the unfortunate etymologies discarded in this way is the one of Finnish sataa, since A.
Braziian midfielder Diego Amado was blocked by a diving Sataa al Abbasi, keeping the Qatar SC goal in place of regular custodian Jassim al Hail, before Qatar international Ahmed Alaaeldin had a header against the side netting.