Etymology
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Sidon

ancient Phoenician city, from Greek Sidon, from Phoenician Tzidhon, literally "fishing place," from tzud "to hunt, to capture." Related: Sidonian.

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Definitions of Sidon

Sidon (n.)
the main city of ancient Phoenicia;
Synonyms: Sayda / Saida
From wordnet.princeton.edu