noun, plural sídhe
[shee] /ʃi/ (Show IPA). Irish Folklore.
a mound or hill in which fairies live.
sídhe, the race of fairies.
noun 1. a large rectangular piece of cotton, linen, or other material used as an article of bedding, commonly spread in pairs so that one is immediately above and the other immediately below the sleeper. 2. a broad, relatively thin, surface, layer, or covering. 3. a relatively thin, usually rectangular form, piece, plate, or slab, […]
noun 1. Nautical. a large anchor used only in cases of emergency. 2. a final reliance or resource, as when in danger. sheet anchor noun 1. (nautical) a large strong anchor for use in emergency 2. a person or thing to be relied upon in an emergency
noun 1. a knot made between two ropes by forming a bight in one and passing the end of the other through the bight, around it, and under itself. noun 1. a knot used esp for joining ropes of different sizes Also called becket bend, weaver’s hitch
- Sheet cake
noun a one-layer cake often topped with frosting or with ingredients rolled into it Examples Sheet cakes are often sold at grocery stores and served at office or birthday parties. Usage Note cooking
noun 1. a covering made of sheet material, especially one used for a down comforter.