Sitten meaning

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Sitten is an old form of the verb sit.

An example of sitten is what someone did on a park bench; sitten on the bench.

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(archaic, UK dialectal) Past participle of sit; alternative form of sat.
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(UK dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) Seated.
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Settled; stationary; not easily stirred or moved.
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Origin of sitten

  • From Middle English siten, seten, from Old English seten, Ä¡eseten, past participle of sittan (“to sit"). Cognate with Dutch gezeten, German gesessen.

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