Means to be excited. Originated from D.C.
Son, he was siced about dat party
by Dangerous Mc February 5, 2010
We were siced to hear that school would be cancelled for a week.
by alejandra March 14, 2003
1) excited, happy
2) exagerating
3) add excitment or style
1) i was so siced i had a pre- mature ejaculation
2) the witness siced it up so he got 15 to life
3) do you want me to sice you with that girl
by Tical January 26, 2004
"Yo tom ! How siced are you for this weekend?"
"Honestly, shut your fucking mouth. WTF is siced?"
by yaboitwan March 16, 2016
Sice(d) has many different uses.

1. (adj.) excited

2. (adj., usually used with on) obsessed over

3. (verb) to exaggerate

4. (verb) to praise

5. (verb) to cosign after an insult

6. (noun, rarely used) the act of cosigning after an insult
1. I'm so siced for the football game tomorrow!

2. Nobody even fights in that action movie! Why has everyone been siced on it all week?

3. Joe siced that party; it turns out it was for four-year-olds.

4. I've heard a lot about that new singer. Everyone's been sicin' her CD.

5. Person A: Your mom!
Person C: Why you sicin' it?

6. Please be quiet, nobody needs your sicin'.
by RangerD November 11, 2007
to over exaggerate: Used in DC Slang
Tamika not even that tight Isaac Ji Siced her."
by hoffa April 29, 2006
(v) To sice is to casually give someone something upon request. Commonly used in the Northern VA, DC, & MD area (the DMV).
Person 1: Yo I got the notes from last class. You want them?
Person 2: Yeah, sice me some of that jaunt.
by rbs244 July 20, 2018