sice [sahys] Examples noun
syce or saice, sice [sahys] noun
- (in India) a groom; stable attendant.
Origin of syce 1645–55; Urdu sā’is Arabic Examples from the Web for sice Historical Examples of sice
And now the action of the Sacrifice was suspended and Father Vimont broke the sice and earnestly spoke to the worshippers.
William Henry Atherton
Breaks your rart to see the callous sardness of the human race, every luxury and ease themselves and cold as sice to others.
Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
British Dictionary definitions for sice sice noun
- a variant spelling of
syce sice or saice noun
- (formerly, in India) a servant employed to look after horses, drive carriages, etc
- (in Malaysia) a driver or chauffeur
Word Origin for syce C17: from Urdu sā’is, from Arabic, from sāsa to administer Word Origin and History for sice n.
“a roll of 6 in dice,” late 14c., from Old French sis, from Latin sex (see).