sithee

sithee

(ˈsɪðɪ)
interj
dialect Northern English look here! listen!
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Come the day of a robot revolution, speak to them in dialect until they go barmy, sithee.
After carefully sighting the objects he turned to us solemnly, "Sithee, lasses, isn't that a marvellous seet; a stupendous universe, yet we fritter our lives away i' wars and petty spites!" As youngsters we gazed, inclined to giggle; then came a moment of silent awe as the awareness of "night clad in the beauty of a thousand inauspicious stars--the vast of night and its void"--seeped into consciousness.
He signed off, pint in one hand and pipe in the other, with the catch-phrase: "I'll sithee."
Plus, perhaps, a ferret down the trousers to stave off boredom in between saying sithee, ee by gum and I'll go to the foot of our stairs.
Thank you for your wisdom that you've shared with me, This is not a goodbye, just, I'll sithee. Love, Allan, Win and Joe.
He signed off with a pint in one hand and a pipe in the other with the catchphrase: "I'll sithee."
You've got a 26 hour day ploughing his lordship's fields, sithee."
BY heck, sithee. How come a Yorkshireman hasn't thought of it first?
The T shirt reads: Tha can allus tell a Yorkshireman but tha can't tell 'im much; 'Ow do; Put t'wood in t'oil; Eh up; Flippin' eck; Now then; Down t'ginnel; Ecky thump; Fair t'middlin; Ah'll go t'foot of ahr stairs; Barmpot; There's nowt so qaueer as folk; Where there's muck, there's brass; Ee by gum, sithee; Frame thyssen; Daft as a brush; Anah'll tell thi that for nowt; Yer leckin; E's got a munk on; Sit thissen dahn an' tell me abaht it; Gi' it some pasty; Where's tha been?
"I counted them last night, sithee, and had more than PS800 on the kitchen table in lovely little stacks."
"Weear wer ta booarn, sithee?" Well, Ah dooan't knaw abaht thee, burr ahhm in, lad.
Nah then, Sithee, Hi, 'Ow do, Aye up, Evening, and Look what cat's dragged in.