Sif
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Sif
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Indonesian

Etymology

From English shift, from Middle English schiften, from Old English s?iftan ("to divide, separate into shares; appoint, ordain; arrange, organise"), from Proto-Germanic *skiftijan?, *skiptijan?, for earlier *skipatjan? ("to organise, put in order"), from Proto-Indo-European *skeyb- ("to separate, divide, part"), from Proto-Indo-European *sk?y- ("to cut, divide, separate, part").

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): ['s?f]
  • Hyphenation: sif

Noun

sif (plural, first-person possessive sifku, second-person possessive sifmu, third-person possessive sifnya)

  1. (colloquial) shiftwork.

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