Talk:sister

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French soeur is not correct. It should be sœur, but I don't know if that shows up correctly on everyone's screen, and I don't know the code of "œ". Some help wanted here. D.D. 19:15 Apr 28, 2003 (UTC)

The "œ" is appear -- correctly -- as connected thin "o" and thin "e" in my Mozilla 1.3 / Win98 Ja -- Petruk 20:33 Apr 28, 2003 (UTC)

It looks OK here too (Mozilla 1.3/Linux Mandrake 9.1). I have to admit though that all the Arab, Hebrew, Chinese and Japanese looks good as well and is editable without being turned into question marks.

Other verb sense[edit]

The alleged verb sense "have sex with someone's sister" has failed RFV and should not be re-added without three legit citations. Wiktionary:Requests_for_verification_archive/March_2006#sister Kappa 12:17, 16 May 2007 (UTC)

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sister[edit]

  1. (transitive, slang) to have sexual intercourse with another person's sister. Note: only used in past tense and with "d" rather than the standard "ed."
    Dude, I totally sisterd him, and he was extremely upset.'
  • Citations?
  • Is the note about the past tense (which would presumably apply to the past participle as well) true? If so, move this to a usage note or into the inflection line. — Paul G 09:35, 16 May 2007 (UTC)