sithe
Noun

sithe (plural sithes)

  1. Obsolete form of scythe#English|scythe.
    • 1669, John Milton, Paradise Lost, Samuel Simmons, Book X:
      […] and, whatever thing the sithe of time mows down, devour unspared.
Verb

sithe (sithes, present participle sithing; past and past participle sithed)

  1. Obsolete form of scythe#English|scythe.
Noun

sithe (plural sithes)

  1. Alternative spelling of sith
Verb

sithe (sithes, present participle sithing; past and past participle sithed)

  1. (obsolete) To journey, travel, wayfare.
Verb

sithe (sithes, present participle sithing; past and past participle sithed)

  1. (dialect, dated) To sigh.
    • c1475, The Macro Plays, Mankindː
      I may both sithe and sob; this is a piteous remembrance
Noun

sithe (plural sithes)

  1. (obsolete) A sigh.
Conjunction
  1. Alternative spelling of sith



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