Definition of Sybbes

1. sybbe [n] - See also: sybbe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sybbes

swypes
swyping
swythe
swyve
swyved
swyves
swyving
sybarite
sybarites
sybaritic
sybaritical
sybaritically
sybaritism
sybaritisms
sybbe
sybbes (current term)
sybil
sybilline
sybils
sybo
syboe
syboes
sybotic
sybotism
sybotisms
sybow
sybows
sycamine
sycamines
sycamore

Literary usage of Sybbes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Old English grammar by Eduard Sievers, Albert Stanburrough Cook (1903)
"... sybbes (257) lulu, and formulas like sorges and sares, etc. NOTE 3. In WS. and Kent. the nom. ace. plur. regularly ends in -a, while -e is clearly the ..."

2. An Old English grammar by Eduard Sievers (1903)
"... sidles granting, sybbes (257) lufu, and formulas like sorges and sares, etc. NOTE 3. In WS. and Kent, the nom. ace. plur. regularly ends in -a, ..."

3. An Old English grammar by Eduard Sievers, Albert Stanburrough Cook (1903)
"... sybbes (257) lulu, and formulas like sorges and sares, etc. NOTE 3. In WS. and Kent. the nom. ace. plur. regularly ends in -a, while -e is clearly the ..."

4. An Old English grammar by Eduard Sievers (1903)
"... sidles granting, sybbes (257) lufu, and formulas like sorges and sares, etc. NOTE 3. In WS. and Kent, the nom. ace. plur. regularly ends in -a, ..."

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