noun \ˈsāf, ˈsīf\
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\ˈsāf, ˈsīf\

Definition of seif



  1. :  a long narrow sand dune or chain of dunes extending in a direction parallel to that of the wind responsible for its construction

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Origin and Etymology of seif

Arabic saif sword

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a trip made at another's expense

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