adverb, preposition, conjunction Scot. and North England.
Words nearby syne
Origin of syne
Examples from the Web for syne
About twa or three years syne, there used to come about this house o' mine a wee bit whupper-snapper body o' an English bagman.
And yet a gentleman by the look of him, said Sim MacTaggart, five minutes syne.Doom Castle|Neil Munro
Syne ye can ease the mere, and come hame at yer leisur; he'll be here lang afore ye!Salted With Fire|George MacDonald
I'm gaun to gi'e ye what we should hae gotten seven years syne, an' it'll maybe put ye frae preyin' on decent women.The Underworld|James C. Welsh
An' syne, wi' the folk comin' to spier for 'im an' swarmin' ower the kirkyaird, ye'd think a warlock was aboot.Greyfriars Bobby|Eleanor Atkinson