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side English (Noun Verb) (British, Australia, Ireland, dated) A television channel, usually as opposed to the one currently being watched (from when there were only two channels) .. (UK, Australia, Ireland) A sports [...](British, Australia, Ireland, dated) A television channel, usually as opposed to the one currently being watched (from when there were only two channels) .. (UK, Australia, Ireland) A sports [...]
side English (Adverb) (UK, _, dialectal) Widely; wide; far.(UK, _, dialectal) Widely; wide; far.
side Finnish (Noun) (anatomy) ligament. Bandage. Bond. Sanitary towel.(anatomy) ligament. Bandage. Bond. Sanitary towel.
side Norwegian Bokmål (Noun) (of a case) aspect. (on animal) flank. A page (e.g. in a book). Side.(of a case) aspect. (on animal) flank. A page (e.g. in a book). Side.
side Old English (Adverb) Widely.Widely.
side Old English (Noun) Side.Side.
side Old English (Noun) Silk.Silk.
side Middle English
side Norwegian Nynorsk (Noun) A page (e.g. in a book). Side.A page (e.g. in a book). Side.
side Danish
side Manx (Noun) Arrow, bolt, shaft.Arrow, bolt, shaft.
side Middle Dutch
side Scots
side Estonian (Noun Noun) Bandage. Bond, binding Communications. Post office.Bandage. Bond, binding Communications. Post office.
side Middle Low German
side Old Frisian
side Norwegian
side Sardinian
side Western Frisian
side North Frisian
side Middle Irish (Noun) (in plural) = áes side. A fairy hill or mound.(in plural) = áes side. A fairy hill or mound.