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Dictionaries:

  • Included in Eastons: No
  • Included in Hitchcocks: No
  • Included in Naves: No
  • Included in Smiths: Yes
  • Included in Websters: Yes
  • Included in Strongs: Yes
  • Included in Thayers: Yes
  • Included in BDB: Yes

Strongs Concordance:

Smith's Bible Dictionary
Side

a city on the coast of Pamphylia, 10 or 12 miles to the east of the river Eurymedon. It is mentioned in 1 Macc. 15.23, and was a colony of Cum'ans.


Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Side

SIDE, noun [Latin latus.]

1. The broad and long part of surface of a thing, as distinguished from the end, which is of less extent and many be a point; as the side of a plank; the side of a chest; the side of a house or of a ship. One side of a lens may be concave, the other convex. side is distinguished from edge; as the side of a knife or sword.

2. Margin; edge; verge; border; the exterior line of any thing, considered in length; as the side of a tract of land or a field, as distinct from the end. Hence we say, the side of a river; the side of a road; the east and west side of the American continent.

3. The part of an animal between the back and the face and belly; the part of which the ribs are situated; as the right side; the left side This is quadrupeds is usually the broadest part.

4. The part between the top and bottom; the slope, declivity or ascent, as of a hill or mountain; as the side of mount Etna.

5. One part of a thing, or its superficies; as the side of a ball or sphere.

6. Any part considered in respect to its direction or point of compass; as to whichever side we direct our view. We see difficulties on every side

7. Party; faction; sect; any man or body of men considered as in opposition to another. One man enlists on the side of the tories; another on the side of the whigs. Some persons change sides for the sake of popularity and office, and sink themselves in public estimation. And sets the passions on the side of truth.

8. Interest; favor. The Lord is on my side Psalms 118:6

9. Any part being in opposition or contradistinction to another; In the battle, the slaughter was great on both sides. Passion invites on one side; reason restrains on the other. Open justice bends on neither side

10. Branch or a family; separate line of descent; as, by the father's side he is descended from a noble family; by the mother's side his birth is respectable.

11. Quarter; region; part; as from one side of heaven to the other. To take sides, to embrace the opinions of attach one's self to the interest of a party when in opposition to another. To choose side to select parties for competition in exercises of any kind.

SIDE, adjective

1. Lateral; as a side post; but perhaps it would be better to consider the word as compound.

2. Being on the side or toward the side; oblique; indirect. The law hath no side respect to their persons. One mighty squadron with a side wind sped. So we say, a side view, a side blow.

3. Long; large; extensive.

SIDE, verb intransitive [Little used.]

1. To lean on one side

2. To embrace the opinions of one party or engage in its interest, when opposed to another party; as, to side with the ministerial party. All side in parties and begin th' attack.

SIDE, verb transitive

1. To stand at the side of. [Not in use.]

2. To suit; to pair. [Not in use.]


Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Sideboard

SI'DEBOARD, noun A piece of furniture or cabinet work consisting of a table or box with drawers or cells, placed at the side of a room or in a recess, and used to hold dining utensils, _ c.


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Side-box

SI'DE-BOX, noun A box or inclosed seat on the side of a theater distinct from the seats in the pit.


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Side-fly

SI'DE-FLY, noun An insect.


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Sideling

SI'DELING, adverb

1. Sidewise; with the side foremost; as, to go sideling through a crowd. It may be used as a participle; as, I saw him sideling through the crowd.

2. Sloping.


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Sidelong

SI'DELONG, adjective Lateral; oblique; not directly in front; as a sidelong glance.

SI'DELONG, adverb

1. Laterally; obliquely; in the direction of the side.

2. On the side; as, to lay a thing sidelong


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Sider

SI'DER, noun

1. One that takes a side or joins a party.

2. Cider. [Not in use.]


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Sideral

SID'ERAL, SIDE'REAL, adjective [Latin sideralis, from sidus, a star.]


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Siderated

SID'ERATED, adjective [Latin sideratus.] Blasted; planet-struck.


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Sideration

SIDERA'TION, noun [Latin sideratio; sidero, to blast, from sidus, a star.]

1. A blasting or blast in plants; a sudden deprivation of sense; an apoplexy; a slight erysipelas.

2. A sphacelus, or a species of erysipelas, vulgarly called a blast.


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Sidereal

SID'ERAL, SIDE'REAL, adjective [Latin sideralis, from sidus, a star.]

1. Pertaining to a star or stars; astral; as sideral light.

2. Containing stars; starry; as SIDEREAL regions. SIDEREAL year, in astronomy, the period in which the fixed stars apparently complete a revolution and come to the same point in the heavens.


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Siderite

SID'ERITE, noun [Latin sideritis; Gr. id. from sidhroV, iron.]

1. The loadstone; also, iron-wort, a genus of plants; also, the common ground pine

2. In mineralogy, a phosphate of iron.


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Sidero-calcite

SIDERO-CAL'CITE, noun Brown spar.


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Sidero-clepte

SIDERO-CLEP'TE, noun A mineral of a yellowish green color, soft and translucid, occurring in reniform or botryoidal masses.


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Siderographch

SIDEROGRAPH'CH, SIDEROGRAPH'OCAL, adjective [See Siderography.] Pertaining to siderography, or performed by engraved plates of steel; as siderographic art; siderographic impressions.


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Siderographist

SIDEROG'RAPHIST, noun One who engraves steel plates, or performs work by means of such plates.


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Siderographocal

SIDEROGRAPH'CH, SIDEROGRAPH'OCAL, adjective [See Siderography.] Pertaining to siderography, or performed by engraved plates of steel; as siderographic art; siderographic impressions.


Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Siderography

SIDEROG'RAPHY, noun [Gr. sidhroV, steel or iron, grajw, to engrave.] and The art or practice of engraving on steel, by means of which, impressions may be transferred from a steel plate to a steel cylinder in a rolling press of a particular construction.


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Side-saddle

SI'DE-SADDLE, noun A saddle for a woman's seat on horseback.

SIDE-SADDLE FLOWER, noun A species of Sarracenia.


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Sidesman

SI'DESMAN, noun

1. An assistant to the church warden.

2. A party man.


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Sidetaking

SI'DETAKING, noun A taking sides, or engaging in a party.


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Sideways

SI'DEWAYS, SI'DEWISE, adverb


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Sidewise

SI'DEWAYS, SI'DEWISE, adverb

1. Towards one side; inclining; as, to hold the head sidewise

2. Laterally; on one side; as the refraction of light SIDEWISE