siek

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Etymology[edit]

From Dutch ziek (sick), from Middle Dutch siek (sick), from Old Dutch *sioc (sick), from Proto-Germanic *seukaz (sick), from the verb *seukaną (to be sick), from Proto-Indo-European *seug- (to be troubled or grieved).

Pronunciation[edit]

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Adjective[edit]

siek (attributive sieke, comparative sieker, superlative siekste)

  1. sick, unwell