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VerbEdit

sidu

  1. imperative of sidi

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RomanizationEdit

sidu

  1. Romanization of 𐍃𐌹𐌳𐌿

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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Germanic *siduz (custom), from Proto-Indo-European *swedʰ- (custom, habit). Akin to Old Frisian side (custom), Old Saxon sidu (custom), Old High German situ (custom), Old English ġesidian (to arrange, order, set right).

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sidu m

  1. (West Saxon) custom, habit; practice
  2. (West Saxon) use, manner
  3. (West Saxon) ritual, religious practice, rite
  4. (West Saxon) morality, good conduct; purity; modesty

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  • Middle English: side