(third-person singular simple present sipes, present participle siping, simple past and past participle siped)
- (US) To cut grooves in tires.
- (intransitive, UK) To drain, to filter through peat or reeds; to seep.
From Old English sipian , related to seep.
- around 888 AD, K Aelfred, translation of Boethius, Chapter 33, para.5 ,
- "Seo eore hit helt & be sumum dæle swil, & for am sype heo bi eleht."