Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To slip; slide; especially, to slide clumsily or in a gingerly, timorous way: as, he sliddered down as best he could.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. obsolete To slide with interruption.
- adj. obsolete Slippery.
- From Middle English slyderen, slidren, from Old English sliderian ("to slip"), from Proto-Germanic *slidrōnan (“to slide”), from Proto-Indo-European *sleidh- (“to slip”). Cognate with Middle Dutch slideren ("to drag, train"), German schlittern ("to slip, slide"). (Wiktionary)
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