[ sahyp ]
/ saɪp /
verb (used without object), siped, sip·ing. Scot. and North England.
(of liquid) to drip, ooze, or soak through.
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Origin of sipe
before 900; perhaps continuing Old English sīpian; cognate with Dutch zijpen, Middle Low German sīpen. See seep
Related formssip·er, noun
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