Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
SYTE, n.2 In phr. to get one's heart's syte on, to be revenged on, to get requital from.
Sc. 1710 T. Ruddiman Gl. to Douglas Aeneis:
I have gotten my heart's syte on him, i.e. my heart's desire on him, or all the evil I wish'd him.
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