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Interjection

  1. yes (affirmation; commonly used to respond affirmatively to a question)

Faroese

Verb

  1. behold (imperative of the verb 'at síggja' (to see))

Hungarian

Etymology

German Schi

Pronunciation

Noun

(plural sík)

  1. ski

Derived terms

Declension


Irish

Pronunciation

Noun

m.

  1. fairy mound

Declension

Fourth declension

Bare forms

Case Singular Plural
Nominative síthe
Vocative a shí a shíthe
Genitive síthe
Dative síthe

Forms with the definite article

Case Singular Plural
Nominative an na síthe
Genitive an tsí na síthe
Dative leis an

don

leis na síthe

Pronoun

third person singular feminine conjunctive

  1. Template:personal pronoun she

See also


Spanish

Etymology 1

Latin sic

Interjection

  1. yes, affirmation. Commonly used to respond affirmatively to a question.
Synonyms
  • simón (colloquial, Mexico, Guatemala)

Noun

(plural: síes)

  1. yes; aye, ay
    Ganaron los síes.

Etymology 2

Latin se, genitive sui

Pronoun

  1. Third person reflexive pronoun
    mismo “him/her/itself”

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