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Contributor Contrib.Ora on 5/17/2014
Possibly from the title "Sir", typically used to address any male whose name is unknown or out of respect, or who is of a higher rank, or who has been bestowed the title ('knighted') by royalty. Derived from the Old French sire 'master, sir, lord', from the Latin senior 'older, elder'.