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BurmeseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Sino-Tibetan *sjej-s (to know).

PronunciationEdit

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VerbEdit

သိ (si.)

  1. to know (be acquainted or familiar with; have knowledge of)
    • 2006, Gene Mesher, Burmese for Beginners, p. 113:
      ကိုဇော် ကိုဝင်းနဲ့ ကိုမင်းကို သိတယ်။
      kuijau kuiwang:nai. kuimang:kui si.tai||
      I know Ko Zaw, Ko Win and Ko Min.
      ကျွန်တော့် ဖုန်းနံပါတ် သိလား။
      kywantau. hpun:nampat si.la:||
      Do you know my phone number?

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Etymology 1Edit

NounEdit

သိ (sɔeˀ)

  1. rice beer, rice spirits

Etymology 2Edit

From Pali [Term?]

NounEdit

သိ (sɔeˀ)

  1. hermit

S'gaw KarenEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Karen *soᴬ/ᴮ (sheep). Cognate with Western Pwo ၥိၪ.

NounEdit

သိ (tho)

  1. sheep.
Derived termsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

Cognate with Western Pwo ၥိၫ, Western Kayah ꤞꤢꤨ (thu).

NounEdit

သိ (tho)

  1. fat; oil.