WelshEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Middle English siker (whence English sicker), from Old English sicor, from Proto-West Germanic *sikur, from Latin sēcūrus. Doublet of segur and siwr.

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

sicr (feminine singular sicr, plural sicr, equative sicred, comparative sicrach, superlative sicraf, not mutable)

  1. sure, certain
  2. secure, safe
    Synonyms: diogel, saff

Derived termsEdit

  • sicrhau (to ensure, to make certain; to fasten, to secure)