- Present participle of sire.
Variant of sire
- Archaic a person of authority; man of high rank
- a title of respect used in addressing a king, equivalent to “your majesty”
- Old Poet. a father or forefather
- the male parent of an animal, esp. of a four-legged mammal
Origin of sireMiddle English ; from Old French a master ; from Classical Latin senior: see senior