Usage Ancient Irish
Other Forms FormsSítheach
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Contributor Contrib.SeaHorse15 on 3/14/2012
Derived from Irish síodhach "peaceful" or "otherworldly" combined with a diminutive suffix. The adjective síodhach is a variant of sítheach, from síth, basically meaning "settlement", hence both "peace" and "place inhabited by other world beings".