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  • Dlyons

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    English - Ireland
    So would I. :)

    It appears to be a dialect word which I can only find in:
    "His predecessor, Florence O'Sullivan, was as bad: `a very siddencious, troublesome Man, an ill-natured buggerer of children,' as other settlers complained."

    My guess is that it means sudden, abrupt, ill-tempered. But that's a guess.
     
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