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sibunthund, num. seventy, 247.
sidn, wv. II, to practise, 325. OHG. sitn.
sidus, sm. custom, habit, 203. OE. sidu, OHG. situ.
sifan, wv. III, to rejoice, be glad, 328.
siggwan, sv. III, to sing, read, 17, 146, 149, 304. OE. OHG. singan.
sigis, sn. victor. OE. sige, sigor, OHG. sigu.
sigis-láun, sn. the reward or crown of victory, prize, 304.
sigljan, wv. I, to seal. Lat. sigillre.
siglj, wn. seal, 22, 214. Low Lat. sigillo.
sigqan, sv. III, to sink, go down. 17, 24, 146, 158, 163, 304. OE. sincan, OHG. sinkan.
sihu, sn. victory, 205 note.
sijáu, I may be, 342.
sijum, we are, 342.
sik, refl. pr. oneself, 261, 262; gen. seina; dat. sis. OHG. sih.
*silan, wv. III, see ana-silan.
silba, pr. self, 161, 269, 430. OE. self, OHG. selb.
silba-wiljis, aj. willing of oneself, 397.
silda-leikjan, wv. I, to marvel, wonder, be astonished.
silda-leiks, aj. wonderful. OE. seld-lic, sellic.
silubr, sn. silver, 182. OE. seolfor, OHG. silabar, silber.
silubreins, aj. silver.
siml, av. once, at one time, 344. OE. sim(b)le, OHG. simbles, always.
sinaps, sm. or sinap, sn. mustard. OE. senep, OHG. senaf, Lat. sinpi, Gr. .
sind, they are, 342. OE. sindon, sind, sint, OHG. sint.
sineigs, aj. old, 110, 227, 245, 394.
sinista, aj. oldest; an elder, 245.
sintein, av. always, ever, continually, 344.
sinteins, aj. daily.
*sins, sm. time, lit. a going, 258. OE. s, OHG. sind.
sipneis, sm. pupil, disciple, 185.
sipnjan, wv. I, to be a disciple, 320.
sitan, sv. V, to sit, 34, 75, 97, 174, 308 and note. OE. sittan, OHG. sizzen.
sitls, sm. seat, chair, nest, 159, 180. OE. setl, OHG. seal.
siujan, wv. I, to sew, 319. OE. sowan, sowan, OHG. siuwen.
siukan, sv. II, to be sick, be ill, 302.
siukei, wf. sickness, weakness, infirmity, 354, 383.
siuks, aj. sick, ill, diseased, 122, 227, 390. OE. soc, OHG. sioh.
siuns, sf. sight, appearance, 105, 137, 150, 199. OE. sen.
*siuns, aj., see ana-siuns.
skaban, sv. VI, to shave, 310. OE. scafan, OHG. skaban.
skadus, sm. shade, shadow, 116, 150, 203. OE. sceada, OHG. scato.
*skadwjan, wv. I, to cast a shade or shadow, 29. See ufar-skadwjan.
skaftjan, wv. I, to make ready, prepare.
skáidan, sv. VII, to divide, sever, separate, put asunder, 47, 130, 312 note, 313. OE. sc(e)dan, OHG. skeidan.
skal, pret.-pres. I shall, 158, 336. OE. sceal, OHG. skal.

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