Other Word Forms of Singe
Origin of Singe
From Middle English sengen, from Old English sengan, sæncgan (“to singe, burn slightly, scorch, afflict"), from Proto-Germanic *sangijanÄ… (“to burn, torch"), from Proto-Indo-European *senk- (“to burn"). Cognate with Dutch zengen (“to singe, scorch"), German sengen (“to singe, scorch"), Icelandic sangr (“burnt, scorched").
Middle English sengen from Old English sengan
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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