IrishEdit

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sin-

  1. syn-

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Old EnglishEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Germanic *siniz, *senaz (old), from Proto-Indo-European *sénos (old). Akin to Old Frisian sin-, Old Saxon sin-, Old High German sin-, Old Norse sí-, Old English sinnan (to meditate on, care about, heed)

PronunciationEdit

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sin-

  1. ever, everlasting, continual, perpetual
    sintrendelround, ever turning
    sinwealtround, ever rolling
    sindrēameverlasting joy
    singrēneevergreen
  2. huge, immense; exceedingly, very
    sinherehuge/immense army
    singrimexceedingly fierce
    sinīeþevery gentle

SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek, from σύν (sún, with, in company with, together with).

PrefixEdit

sin-

  1. syn-

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