yeve

yeve

(jiːv)
vb (intr)
to give
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For though thou nyght and day take of hem hede, And strawe hir cage faire and softe as silk, And yeve hem sugre, hony, breed and milk, Yet right anon as that his dore is uppe He with his feet wol spume adoun his cuppe, And to the wode he wole and wormes ete; So newefangel been they of hire mete, And loven novelries of propre kynde, No gentillesse of blood ne may hem bynde.
At Baku international airport, he was seen off by the Saudi ambassador to Azerbaijan Fahd Al-Dosari, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Azerbaijan Waqif Ali Yeve and a number of officials.
When Amoryus explains that this badge will guarantee him victory, Palamedon dismissively and perhaps skeptically says "God yeve grace .
Right reuerent and wurchippfull maisteres, I recomaunde me vn-to yow, bescheching zow of your good maisteresshipp to be myn good masteres to helpe wit your gracious woord vn-to myn right reuerent and wurchipphull maister and your to take of me, his pore presoner and your, suerte queche I xall fynd to be bounde for me to brynge me vn-to all answere in-to the tyme pat myn maister and ze haue dimisse me wit myn suerte; and bescheche your good maistereschipp to prey myn mayster bat he will yeve yow lycense wit his wurchippfull counsaill and youre, in case pat myn maister may nout tarie, pat ze in his absence may take myn seid suerte.
Than mote we to bokes that we fynde, Thurgh whiche that olde thinges ben in mynde, And to the doctrine of these olde wyse, Yeve credence, in every skylful wise, That tellen of these olde appreved stories Of holynesse, of regnes, of victories, Of love, of hate, of other sondry thynges, Of whiche I may not maken rehersynges.
For he shal answere for thee at the heighe dome, For thee and for many mo that man shal yeve a rekenyng: What he lerned yow in Lente, leve thow noon oother, And what he lente yow of Oure Lordes good, to lette yow fro synne.
I yeve it yow, maketh chartreso as yow lesteo; charters, deeds; please This shal be doon to-morweo er sonne reste, tomorrow So wisly God my soule brynge in blisse I prey yow first, in covenanto ye me kisse.
THE YEVE CULT, a form of Vodou practiced among the Anlo-Ewe of southeastern Ghana, typically attracts the admiration of outsiders for its sophisticated and esoteric dancing and drumming rituals.
Thre thynges, certes, shal ye wynne therby: First, love of Crist, and to youreself honour, And al myn heritage, toun and tour; I yeve it yow, maketh chartres as yow leste; This shal be doon to-morwe er sonne reste, So wisly god my soule brynge in blisse.
As to my doom, ther is noon that is heere Of eloquence that shal be thy peere, If that thou lyre; God yeve thee good chaunce, And in vertu sende thee continuaunce .
And sofre me gon frely fro prisoun Without ransom or any othir rent, I shal the yeve a notable gret gwerdoun .
And if the kyng of that kyngdom come in that tyme There the feloun thole scholde deeth other juwise, Lawe wolde he yeve hym lif, and he loked on hym.