التركية النطق slay
, sly as a fox
علم أصول الكلمات [ 'slI ] (adjective.) 13th century. From Middle English sly, sley, from Old Norse slǣgr, slœgr (“sly, cunning”, literally “capable of hitting or striking”), from Proto-Germanic *slōgiz (“lively, agile, cunning, sly, striking”), from Proto-Indo-European *slak- (“to hit, throw”). Cognate with Icelandic slægur (“crafty, sly”), Norwegian slu (“sly”), German schlau (“clever, crafty”). Related to sleight, slay.