Sored vs Sired - What's the difference?
As an adjective sored
is subjected to soring.
As a verb sired is
Subjected to soring.
A lord, master, or other person in authority, most commonly used vocatively: formerly in speaking to elders and superiors, later only when addressing a sovereign.
A male animal; a stud, especially a horse or dog, that has fathered another.
(obsolete) A father; the head of a family; the husband.
(obsolete) A creator; a maker; an author; an originator.
- And raise his issue, like a loving sire .
- [He] was the sire of an immortal strain.
Of a male: to procreate; to father, beget.
* 1994 , Nelson Mandela, Long Walk to Freedom , Abacus 2010, p. 6:
- In these travels, my father sired thirteen children in all, four boys and nine girls.