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Sid is a nickname originating from the name Sidney. Though it is also used for people with other given names. It also may refer to:


  • Sid (band), Visual Kei band
  • Sid Caesar, actor and comedian
  • Sid Eudy, professional wrestler known as "Sycho" Sid Vicious/Justice
  • Sid Field, English comedy entertainer
  • Sid Hartman, columnist for the Minneapolis Star Tribune
  • Sid James, South African-born English film and television actor
  • Sid Meier, game developer, famous for his Civilization series
  • Sid Vicious, English punk rock musician, once a member of the Sex Pistols
  • Sid Wilson, turntablist for the musical group Slipknot
  • Syd Barrett, a musician
  • El Cid, Castilian nobleman

Fictional characters

  • Sid or Cid, recurring character in the Final Fantasy series
  • Sid, archetypal small investor used to promote the privatisation of British Gas
  • Sid (Ice Age), a goofy ground sloth in the animation movies Ice Age, Ice Age 2: The Meltdown and Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs.
  • Sid Barett, a teacher in Soul Eater
  • Sid Dabster, character in the Web comic User Friendly
  • Sid Jenkins, character in the British series Skins, played by Mike Bailey
  • Sid Phillips, a mean boy in the animation movie Toy Story
  • Sid the Dummy, demon-hunter trapped in the body of a puppet in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  • Sid the Sexist, character in the comic book Viz
  • Sid Snot, ageing biker, one of the characters portrayed by Kenny Everett


  • Šid, town in northwestern Serbia in the province of Vojvodina
  • Šíd, village in Slovakia
  • River Sid, a river in Devon, England that flows into the English Channel at Sidmouth
  • Síd, a common term for a fairy mound in Irish literature and folklore.


  • Security Identifier used in Microsoft Windows NT networks to identify subjects such as users, computers and groups.
  • SID, The MOS Technology SID (Sound Interface Device), the soundchip found in the Commodore 64 home computer
  • sid, codename for the unstable development version of Debian, a Linux distribution

See also


Up to date as of January 15, 2010

Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary

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Alternative forms

Proper noun




  1. A short form of the male given names Sidney,Sydney and Siddharth.


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