The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sice \Sice\, n. [F. six, fr. L. sex six. See Six.] The number six at dice.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"a roll of 6 in dice," late 14c., from Old French sis, from Latin sex (see six).
n. (context obsolete English) The number six in a game of dice.
Sice may refer to:
- Sice, former vocalist of The Boo Radleys
- Sarajevo International Culture Exchange, an international art project
Usage examples of "sice".
This was courtesy in a hunted animal, — I called for my Sice to take the pony, and got off, — "Come in, Emmanuelson," I said, "you can dine here and stay over the night.
They stood round the lions and talked about them, then Kanuthia and the Sice, who had brought knives, set to skin them.