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sipt

Sipt vs Sip - What's the difference?

sipt | sip |


As verbs the difference between sipt and sip

is that sipt is past tense of sip while sip is to drink slowly, small mouthfuls at a time.

As a noun sip is

a small mouthful of drink.

Sirt vs Sipt - What's the difference?

sirt | sipt |


In obsolete terms the difference between sirt and sipt

is that sirt is a quicksand while sipt is past tense of sip.

As a noun sirt

is a quicksand.

As a verb sipt is

past tense of sip.

Sist vs Sipt - What's the difference?

sist | sipt |


As verbs the difference between sist and sipt

is that sist is to stay e.g. judicial proceedings; to delay or suspend; to stop while sipt is past tense of sip.

As a noun sist

is a stay or suspension of proceedings.

Sipt vs Dipt - What's the difference?

sipt | dipt |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between sipt and dipt

is that sipt is (obsolete) (sip) while dipt is (obsolete) (dip).

As verbs the difference between sipt and dipt

is that sipt is (obsolete) (sip) while dipt is (obsolete) (dip).

Sept vs Sipt - What's the difference?

sept | sipt |


As a noun sept

is a clan, tribe, or family, proceeding from a common progenitor (used especially of the ancient clans in ireland).

As a verb sipt is

(obsolete) (sip).

Spit vs Sipt - What's the difference?

spit | sipt |


As verbs the difference between spit and sipt

is that spit is to impale on a spit or spit can be (transitive) to evacuate (saliva or another substance) from the mouth while sipt is (obsolete) (sip).

As a noun spit

is a rod on which meat is grilled (uk english) or broiled (us english) or spit can be (uncountable) saliva]], especially when [[expectorate|expectorated.

Sit vs Sipt - What's the difference?

sit | sipt |


As a noun sit

is shit.

As an interjection sit

is shit, dammit.

As a verb sipt is

(obsolete) (sip).

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