verb (used with object), gyved, gyv·ing.
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Origin of gyve
OTHER WORDS FROM gyveun·gyved, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for gyve
So soon as the child began to speak, the gyve was riveted; and the boys and girls limped about their play like convicts.
I see the food to be wholesome,” said Jack; “and still it is no proof that a man should wear a gyve on his right leg.
God knows,” said Jack, “I fear your anger; but yet your anger does not prove that a man should wear a gyve on his right leg.
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.
So he stooped and put the gyve in his bosom; and the rough iron galled him as he went, and his bosom bled.