Sifty means: Moderate, casual pace NZ mountain bikers use this term to indicate a pace that isn’t aggressive or rapid. (in Community Dictionary, added by Ellis Werner)

What else does Sifty mean?

  • The origins of the word sifty are at Wanganui Collegiate school. (in Community Dictionary, added by Eliza Lutz)
  • If you are afraid of chalk and cannot touch chalky objects, such as sidewalk chalk, sidewalk chalk and chalkboard erasers, or books with chalky residue, it could be a sign that your fear is real. You may also feel “stiff” if you have cut your fingernails and cannot touch any object for a period of time. If you feel “sifty”, or “siftiness”, it is possible to: 2. you cringe when chalk is touched or written on chalkboards 2. After cutting your nails, you can’t touch any object for at least a week. 3. Have a greater reaction to chalkboard or chalkboard creaks than other people If you found yourself cringing while reading this, please let me know. Please note: You may feel “sifty” or “sifty,” but you should not be causing a chalk reaction. Ask your teacher for a dry eraseboard so you don’t get “sifty” reactions to chalk. (in Community Dictionary, added by Aidan Stokes)
  • This is a very dubious person. This is the kind of person that lurks behind backgrounds and has dodgy eyes. (in Community Dictionary, added by Brittany Carpenter)
  • Dodgy, shifty, suspect. Also, a verb. To lurk in public places such as bars or clubs. (in Community Dictionary, added by Talia Sloan)