From Middle English sippen, probably cognate with Middle English sipen (“to seep”), from Old English sipian (“to seep”), from a variation of Proto-Germanic *supananą (“to sip, intake”).
sip (plural sips)
- A small mouthful of drink
sip (third-person singular simple present sips, present participle sipping, simple past and past participle sipped)
- (transitive) To drink slowly, small mouthfuls at a time.
- (intransitive) To drink a small quantity.
- To taste the liquor of; to drink out of.
- (Scotland, US, dated) Alternative form of seep
- (figuratively) to consume slowly — (usually) in contrast to faster consumption, (sometimes) in contrast to zero consumption
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