sis, noun2

/sis/
Forms:
Also sis’.
Origin:
EnglishShow more Shortened form of sisi, or of English sister.
Especially in township English: a courteous title for, or form of address to a woman. Cf. bra sense 1, sisi sense 1.
1966 K.M.C. Motsisi in Drum 30 Jan. 20I turn around and recognise this non-voter as none other than Sis Well — the doll at whose wedding we sang.
1990 Pace May 11I was merely trying to help, Sis’ May.
a courteous title for, or form of address to a woman.

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