"SITHIE" also "Sither" which derives from, "See thee hither", (Come here)...) Is a Yorkshire and Lancashire term which can contextually mean either, "See thee", or "Hey, you!" *Sither*.
Sithi/ SITHER: Examples include, "Eyup sithi, am off art terneet. Is tha comin?" (Hey you. I am going out tonight. Are you coming too?) And, "Sithi lerter ode cocker!" (See you later my friend.)
by Spillage71 May 19, 2016
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The rubbing together of two tennis rackets after scoring a point in doubles tennis.
1. Yes! We scored a point! SITHER! *Rub tennis rackets together*
2. You missed the ball! Oh, well! You tried. SITHER! Once again, *rub tennis rackets together*
NOTE:May be followed by pinching of the girdle.
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The sister of one's spouse who acts in a purely selfish and ultimately evil fashion, working to create strife within a family to their own ends, whether emotional manipulation, financial gains, or perhaps both. She has the same motives and machinations as the Sith, or Evil Jedi, from the Star Wars galaxy.
"I found out my sither-in-law has been actively seeking to turn family members against my husband and I, hoping that it will somehow result in her getting a larger inheritance."
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