Siwash

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noun Si·wash \ˈsī-ˌwȯsh, -ˌwäsh\

Definition of Siwash

  1. :  a small usually inland college that is notably provincial in outlook cheer for dear old Siwash

Origin and Etymology of siwash

Siwash, fictional college in stories by George Fitch †1915 American author


First Known Use: 1936

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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