Definition of Saick

1. Noun. (obsolete form of saic) ¹



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Definition of Saick

1. saic [n -S] - See also: saic

Lexicographical Neighbors of Saick

sahiwals
sahlinite
sahlinites
sahlite
sahlites
sahuaro
sahuaros
sahui
sahuis
sai
saibling
saiblings
saic
saice
saices
saick (current term)
saicks
saics
said
said(a)
said and done
saide
saidest
saids
saids vaccines
saidst
saie
saif
saifs
saiga

Literary usage of Saick

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

1. The Montresor Journals by John Montrésor (1882)
"Set off from Newark and arrived at the P'saick Falls, being 16 miles. ... Set off this day from the P'saick Falls by the way of Hackensack and continued to ..."

2. The Montresor Journals by John Montrésor (1882)
"Set off from Newark and arrived at the P'saick Falls, being 16 miles. 29th. ... Set off this day from the P'saick Falls by the way ..."

3. The German Element in the United States by Albert Bernhardt Faust (1909)
"Lord Lovelace gave them land on the Hudson to the north of the Highlands, beginning at the mouth of the Quas- saick. The colonists called the settlement ..."

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