Origin: L. Saturatus, p. P.
1. To cause to become completely penetrated, impregnated, or soaked; to fill fully; to sate. Innumerable flocks and herbs covered that vast expanse of emerald meadow saturated with the moisture of the atlantic. (Macaulay) Fill and saturate each kind With good according to its mind. (Emerson)
Origin: L. Saturatus, p.p. Of saturate to saturate, fr. Satur full of food, sated. See Satire.