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Definition of Sirrah

Sirrah
Sirrah Sir"rah, n. [Probably from Icel. s[=i]ra, fr. F. sire. See Sir.] A term of address implying inferiority and used in anger, contempt, reproach, or disrespectful familiarity, addressed to a man or boy, but sometimes to a woman. In sililoquies often preceded by ah. Not used in the plural. ``Ah, sirrah mistress.'

Meaning of Sirrah from wikipedia

- Look up Sirrah or sirrah in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Sirrah is an archaic term used to address inferiors, sometimes as an expression of contempt...
- Sirrah (also spelled SIRRAH, or SIЯRAH, as on their logo) is a progressive gothic metal band from Southwestern Poland. They formed in 1992, released two...
- Look up Sirah, sirah, Sirrah, or sirrah in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Sirah is an Arabic, Sundanese and Javanese language of the word 'head'. It...
- song on the 1997 album Did Tomorrow Come... by Polish heavy metal band Sirrah Rheia (album), a 2016 album by Belgian band Oathbreaker USS Rhea (AMc-58)...
- for the voters what Harrison's name would be when spelled backwards: "No Sirrah". They cast him as a provincial, out-of-touch old man who would rather "sit...
- September 8, 1981 Nauchnij L. V. Zhuravleva EUN 7.7 km MPC · JPL 7737 Sirrah 1981 VU Sirrah November 5, 1981 Anderson Mesa E. Bowell NYS 3.0 km MPC · JPL 7738...
- anew on a distant world, a water planet located near the star of Sirrah ("Star of Sirrah"). Heartbroken, they give their final goodbyes to their loved ones...
- Astronomer in "The Day That the World Breaks Down", "Everybody Dies", "Star of Sirrah", "Run! Apocalypse! Run!", "Aquatic Race", "Into the Ocean", "Planet Y Is...
- cognate simplification Alpherat or the other part of the fabled description: Sirrah /ˈsɪrə/. The origin of these three, the Arabic phrasal name, is سرة الفرس...
- as Hastings only in the quartos; in the Folio text he is referred to as "sirrah". Wiltshire appears only in the Folio text; his lines in 5.1 are ****igned...