v. t.1.See Waive.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Many a man this day / but they gold wey[e], Of men / not wole it take ne receyve, And yf it lake his peis / they woll it weive.
Indeed, for all the troubles that weive been through, we should appreciate the blessings we have received.
Weive also ensured that its design combines the sculptural artistry and technical precision found in the saloon and hatch models."
"One of the things weive identified - and one of the things the team has been criticised for - is providing leadership not just from the captain but from other players."
Weive had a National Heritage Act since 2010, with extensive provisions waiting to be better implemented to safeguard cultural resources (including languages), from the national level down to local governments.