(in ancient Rome) a collection of prophetic sayings, supposedly bought from the Cumaean sibyl, bearing upon Roman policy and religion
adverb, Latin. 1. so; thus: usually written parenthetically to denote that a word, phrase, passage, etc., that may appear strange or incorrect has been written intentionally or has been quoted verbatim: He signed his name as e. e. cummings (sic). verb (used with object), sicked or sicced [sikt] /sɪkt/ (Show IPA), sicking or siccing. 1. […]
noun 1. See de Sica
adjective 1. Sicilian. adjective 1. another word for Sicilian
- Sicca complex
sicca complex sic·ca complex (sĭk’ə) n. Dryness of the mucous membranes, as of the eyes and mouth, in the absence of a connective tissue disease.