To serve; fit; be large enough for; satisfy, as with food. (unknown)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "sair" in a sentence
"The so-called sair fire is the only fire currently not 100 percent contained."
"There was no doubt that Scott fell deeply in love with her, so much so that a friend whom he visited in 1797 wrote that "Scott was 'sair' beside himself about Miss Carpenter and that they toasted her twenty times over and raved about her until one o'clock in the morning.""
"In Lev. 17: 7 the word "devil" is the translation of the Hebrew sair, meaning a "goat" or "satyr" (Isa. 13: 21; 34: 14), alluding to the wood-daemons, the objects of idolatrous worship among the heathen."