sedert

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From tsedert, a variant form of sedert (pronounced with initial z-), from Middle Dutch seder ‎(thenceforth, since then). Originally a Hollandic dialectal form, the other dialects used sider (which would have become modern *sijder(t)), from Old Dutch sīther, from Proto-Germanic *sīþiz ‎(later), a comparative form of *sīþuz ‎(late) (from which the rare zijd). Ultimately related to sinds.

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sedert

  1. since

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