Sive
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Sive
See also: Síve and ?ive

Danish

Verb

sive (imperative {{{1}}}, infinitive at sive, present tense {{{3}}}, past tense {{{4}}}, perfect tense {{{5}}} {{{6}}})

  1. flow slowly or slowly leak

Derived terms


Ido

Etymology

Borrowed from Latin sive.

Pronunciation

Conjunction

sive

  1. either; whether

Antonyms

  • nek ("neither")

Derived terms

  1. sive ... sive
    whether ... or; either ... or

Latin

Alternative forms

Etymology

From older se?ve, from se? ("if") +‎ -ve ("or"). Equivalent to s? ("if") +‎ -ve ("or"). Collateral form seu by apocope.

Pronunciation

Conjunction

s?ve

  1. on the other hand; but if
  2. or

Usage notes

  • May be used as a correlative, sive... sive... to function as in English either... or...

Antonyms

References


Middle English

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Old English sife, from Proto-Germanic *sibi.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /'siv(?)/, /'se:v(?)/, /'sif/, /'se:f/

Noun

sive (plural sives)

  1. sieve, riddle, sile (a device for sifting)
  2. (rare) The amount that fits in a sieve.

Descendants

  • English: sieve
  • Scots: sieve, siffe, syffe, sif, syf

References


Serbo-Croatian

Adjective

sive

  1. inflection of siv:
    1. masculine accusative plural
    2. feminine genitive singular
    3. feminine nominative/accusative/vocative plural

Swazi

Etymology

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Noun

síve class 7 (plural tíve class 8)

  1. nation
  2. nationality
  3. foreigner

Inflection

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Tarantino

Adjective

sive

  1. dirty

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