sith

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sith

 (sĭth)
conj. Archaic
Since.

[Middle English sithe, from Old English siththa, variant of siththan; see since.]

sith adv. & prep.
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sith

(sɪθ)
adv, conj, prep
an archaic word for since
[Old English siththa, short for siththan since]
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