verb (used with object) Obsolete.
Origin of gast
Examples from the Web for gast
Gif se Halga Gast ne lr s mannes md wiinnan, on idel beo s bydeles word wiutan geclypode.
They speake broad in our countrey, and do pronounce guest, gast, etc.Brief Lives (Vol. 1 of 2)|John Aubrey
Juve and Doctor Gast were talking in low tones in the dining-room adjoining the bedroom.A Royal Prisoner|Pierre Souvestre
And mid ysum worde h ageaf his gast, and mid swylcum martyrdome t uplice rice geferde, on am he wuna mid Gode on ecnysse.
As to Mrs. Gast, I should be glad to know what I would refuse to a sister of yours.
Word Origin and History for gast
"animal which does not produce in season," 1729, an East Anglian dialect word, perhaps from Middle Dutch gast "barren soil."