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- noun Same as
- A Middle English form of
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i can see how that is 'passive-aggressive' maybe, that must be just how i am because i didn't think about anything except explaining the situation clearly when i typed about the 'syke' and other things that happened.
I also wondered if that was the correct way to spell 'syke.'
U rilly needs to heer teh syke-a-dellic pop music that does wif it.
Adn itz ahl abowt howz u pheelz…tail mee,*syke hat ahn!
Theie alleyn  have syke love as to acquyre yer bredde.
Doeynge syke marvels , strongers be aston .
Will they suspect that St. James should be souht · ther poure syke lyggen (he)
To ken  syke  large a flete, syke fyne, syke breme .
It neither grew in syke nor dyke, nor yet in ony sheugh,
Gaston, of the pish of Cukefelde, syke in body, hole, and of ppt