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Cyd

[sid] /sɪd/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • Cyd obeyed the order, and Dan sprinkled her face with the contents of the pitcher.

    Watch and Wait Oliver Optic
  • You haven't seen him yet, Cyd; and what is more, I don't believe you will see him.

    Watch and Wait Oliver Optic
  • Cyd was on deck before him, and discovered the nature of the danger which menaced them.

    Watch and Wait Oliver Optic
  • Cyd, as before instructed, pulled with all his might to the spot where the game had fallen.

    Watch and Wait Oliver Optic
  • "Cyd do dat, for sartin," replied he, examining the lock of the fowling piece.

    Watch and Wait Oliver Optic
  • Dan did not leave the helm, and Cyd stood by to obey the orders of the skipper.

    Watch and Wait Oliver Optic
  • Cyd supposed he had thought of something that would please him better on the estate.

    Watch and Wait Oliver Optic
  • "Massa Raybone done send us down to fotch you up," said Cyd, gloomily.

    Watch and Wait Oliver Optic

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