sice

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sice (plural sices)

  1. Alternative spelling of sais

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Middle English sice or sis, from Anglo-Norman, from Old French sis, sies. Doublet of six.

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sice (plural sices)

  1. (dice games, obsolete) The number six in a game of dice.
    • 1680, Thomas Godwyn, Romanae historiae anthologia recognita et aucta (page 112)
      In their common game, the most fortunate throw is thought to have been three Sices []
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  • Japanese: サイス (saisu)
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sice

  1. admittedly
    sice... ale.albeit...however.
    Cesta byla sice hezká, ale příliš namáhavá.The trip was nice, but too exhausting.