Related formssi·mat·ic [sahy-mat-ik] /saɪˈmæt ɪk/, adjective
Definition for sima (2 of 2)
Origin of sima2
Examples from the Web for sima
I know Sima Samar, the chair of the human-rights commission there.
But rather than showing any signs of slowing down, when asked about her personal source of energy, Sima had a ready answer.Crisis Group and Hillary Clinton Honor Women in Pursuit of Peace|Swanee Hunt|December 18, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Let me tell you about Dr. Sima Samar, one of three reported “finalists.”
"Sima, my dear, don't agitate yourself," said Sergei Modestovich in a whisper.The Old House and Other Tales|Feodor Sologub
The Batoko wife of Sima came up from the Falls, to welcome her husband back, bringing a present of the best fruits of the country.
Sima was the earlier name in the MS., but was erased by Linnus.
Rabbana Ashi (born 352, died 427) was the son of Sima, and the descendant of an ancient family.History of the Jews, Vol. II (of 6)|Heinrich Graetz