verb (used without object), wived, wiv·ing.
verb (used with object), wived, wiv·ing.
Origin of wive
Examples from the Web for wived
Then clearly, if Viking warriors cannot be mothered by such, Viking warriors should not be wived by them.The Last of the Vikings|John Bowling
And when I was wived, having something to stick to, I had the horn of suretyship ever before my eyes.The Works of John Marston|John Marston
Lawst of all she wived 'er awms about, and mide a kind o' whooshin' noise.
These must be wived, concubined, and fed by the natives, and in return there is nothing given to them.
British Dictionary definitions for wived
Word Origin for wive
Word Origin and History for wived
"to marry (a woman)," Old English wifian, from wif "woman" (see wife). Cf. Middle Dutch wiven.