Sik (?), Sike (?), a.

Such. See Such.

[Obs.] "Sike fancies weren foolerie."



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Sike (?), n. [AS. sic. Cf. Sig.]

A gutter; a stream, such as is usually dry in summer.

[Prov. Eng. & Scot.]


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Sike, n. [See Sick.]

A sick person.

[Prov. Eng.]


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Sike, v. i.

To sigh.


That for his wife weepeth and siketh sore. Chaucer.


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Sike, n.

A sigh.




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