verb (used with object), gyved, gyv·ing.
Origin of gyve
Examples from the Web for gyve
But the man, when his gyve spoke, spat and struck at Jack, and threw stones at him as he went away; so that his head was broken.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume XXI|Robert Louis Stevenson
To lack is to gyve pow'r to thee daemon; and surelie to fayvor the Evill Thynge.'Carnacki, The Ghost Finder|William Hope Hodgson
She sought for chains to gyve about her soul and, in her relationship with Traill, she fondly dreamed that she had found them.Sally Bishop|E. Temple Thurston
If this be all the prayse you can gyve him, you will no more offend me with tediousnes.The Curiosities of Heraldry|Mark Antony Lower
Allso I gyve and bequethe to every house that hath no teeme in the paryche of Aston, to every house iiiid.Shakespeare's Family|Mrs. C. C. Stopes