Definition of siderate in English:

siderate

verb

rare
  • with object To blast or strike, as with lightning; to afflict with paralysis or other sudden physical disorder. In extended use: to seize with sudden fear, amazement, etc.; to dumbfound, bewilder.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Henry Cockeram (fl. 1623–1658), lexicographer. From classical Latin sīderāt- past participial stem of sīderārī to be planet-struck from sīder-, sīdus constellation, star.

Pronunciation

siderate

/ˈsʌɪdəreɪt/