See also: شپ‎, سپ, and شب

ArabicEdit

NumeralEdit

سِتّ (sittf (masculine سِتَّة(sitta))

  1. feminine of سِتَّة(sitta, six)

Egyptian ArabicEdit

EtymologyEdit

Possibly from Arabic سَيِّدَة(sayyida). Through sáyyida → sīda → siditi → sídti → sítti → sitt.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

ست (sittf (plural ستات(síttāt))

  1. woman
    وبيقولوا ان الست اللى فى الصورة دى اسمها الحاجة زينب وعندها 82 سنة.‎‎
    wi-bíyʾūlu ʾin ʾis-sitt ʾílli fiṣ-ṣūra di ʾísm-aha ʾil-ḥágga zēnab wi-ʿánd-aha ʾítnēn wi támanīn sana.
    They say that the woman that's in this picture is called El-Hajjah Zainab and she is 82 years old.
  2. Mrs, Miss, lady (title for a woman)
  3. grandmother

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SindhiEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Paisaci Prakrit [Term?] (compare Sauraseni Prakrit [Term?]), from Sanskrit सप्तन् (saptan).

NumeralEdit

ست (sata)

  1. seven