verb (used with object), longed, longe·ing.
Origin of longe
Examples from the Web for longe
I am in a great doubt whether I shuld, rather maruayle apon thayre wykyd boldnes, or Goddys great gêtlenes and longe sufferynge.The Pilgrimage of Pure Devotion|Desiderius Erasmus
This beaste is as bygge as an oxe, armed with a longe snoute lyke an elephant, and yet no elephant.Up the Orinoco and down the Magdalena|H. J. Mozans
At those days the yoemen had their lymmes at lybertie, and their jackes were longe and easy to shote in.History of the Union Jack and Flags of the Empire|Barlow Cumberland
When skilful, you may make the colt change without stopping, or longe a figure of 8.Hints on Horsemanship, to a Nephew and Niece|George Greenwood
The arm is extended halfway on the first, and then wholly on the second, to be immediately followed by the longe.