Old EnglishnEnglish
Sye vbTo sink, fall, descend, (lit & fig). 2. to go proceed; fig: to proceed or come from a source; be derived. 3. to come, arrived (fig.) of the condition, time. 4. to befall, happen. 4. to leave for, depart, go, die as in " To sye heaven): to die, depart this life.
Sye vbTo strain, pass through a strainer, strain out. 2. to drop as liquid; drip, drain, ooze.
Syne phr"Auld Lang Syne" - days gone by; former times; long ago.
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