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Pronunciation: http://forvo.com/search/Sine/ga/
LMS  5/16/2016
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I'm pretty sure that síne means old in Irish.
Clodagh  2/18/2007
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Sine (without the fada) means "older" in Gaelic (sean means old). It also has the rather embarrassing second meaning of "nipple". So it isn't, err, very popular in Ireland. I'd have the delectable Siobhan to Síne anyday; it's classy and sophisticated.
― Anonymous User  2/15/2009

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