The Collaborative International Dictionary
Saim \Saim\, n. [OF. sain, LL. saginum, fr. L. sagina a fattening.] Lard; grease. [Scot. & Prov. Eng.]
n. (context dialect English) lard
Usage examples of "saim".
If u lak thi curidje 2 taik it on then b shure that moast hoomins wood feel thi saim way.
This was evidently the Bathyn of one version of our text, and the Saim of another.