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-sibinasibinav > nsfxagentive?
sica urusika uruvbe a dwarf?Tentativecomp. ofisicauru2isica
sicalisikalinoysterostionArte, f53Confidentsicali abo pahacomp.sikali abo pahamanoyster bed, oyster pile
sicali abo pahasikali abo pahamanoyster bed, oyster pilecomp. ofsicalipahasicali
sichisitʃisp. var. offichi1dishonor complete? forbidden
sichilisitʃilisp. var. offichilihide, skin
siciliasikilian*SicilySiciliaBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
sicomorosikomoronsycamore
sicurisikurin1storkcigüeña1.6.1.2BirdProbable2swancisneTentative
sicuyasikujanwolfloboAppears only one, but in an unambiguous context.1.6.1.1MammalConfident Hapax Leg.
siesievexecute (with cuna)ejecutar (con cuna)Hapax Legomenon
silasiladial. var. ofsile2sweat
sile1silentomatotomateArte, f17; Gr sili 'brains, senses, forehead, tomato'Confident
sile2silensweatsudorConfidentdial. var.sila
silisilin1toil, sweatesfuerzo, sudorArte, f17Confident2brainsesoArte, f17; Gr. sile 'perspiration, sweat', Gr sili 'brains, senses, forehead, tomato'Confident3foreheadfrenteArte, f17; Gr. sile 'perspiration, sweat', Gr sili 'brains, senses, forehead, tomato'sp. var.silyConfident
silibacarasilibakaranscorpion-like insectinsecto parecido a un escorpion1.6.1.7InsectProbable
sillasillan*saddle*sillaBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
SiloesiloenpropSiloeSiloe
silysilisp. var. ofsili 3forehead
-sinisinivrecipsfxrecipConfidentsp. var.-sinycfhutautasini
-sinysinisp. var. of-sinirecip
sipacasipakaadj1despicable, miserablemiserable, ruinArte, f35Confident2thinflaco... queniqe santa Clarano, yqilabota sipacota, fatequalahacu, ...... St Clare who was the Abbess, although she was sick and thin, ...... Santa Clara que era las Abedessa, aunque estava enferma y flaca, ...CatEx f2 1.1Confident
siqisiki1vexist2vbe bornConfident3nsonhijo4.1.9KinshipConfident4vprocreate, engenderConfidentsp. var.Siqiraise, come fromsiquisiqisocomp.sikisodial. var.siqìsosp. var.siqisavcreate
Siqisikisp. var. ofsiqiexist be born sonraise, come from
siqinosikinonfatherThis appears to be a term of politeness or avoidance. The ordinary word for father is iti.Tentativecomp. ofsiqi 4-no1 1siqi