Definition for SIGH

SIGH, v.i. [Sax. sican, to sigh; D. zugt, a sigh; zugten, to sigh; Dan. sukker; Sw. sucka; allied perhaps to suck, a drawing in of the breath.]

To inhale a larger quantity of air than usual and immediately expel it; to suffer a deep single respiration. He sighed deeply in his spirit. – Mark viii.

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