Yive

Related to Yive: Doat
v. t. & i.1.To give.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Even worse, she affirms that women are by nature subtly deceptive, claiming 'Deceite, wepyng, spynnyng God hath yive | To wommen kyndely, whil that they may lyve' (ll.
After appealing to the summoner's sense of brotherhood for fellows of the same trade, the demon promises that when the summoner comes to his country, "`Al shal be thyn, right as thou wolt desire'" (D.1395-1402), and upon exchanging "tricks of the trade," their pledge of goods becomes a sworn agreement, "`Taak thou thy part, what that men wol thee yive, / And I shal myn; thus may we bothe lyve'" (1531-32).
The summoner's relentless purpose is to add to his own profit; the demon, who will "`take al that men wol me yive'" (1430), wants not so much material wealth as human beings, both body and soul.
yive el p o With games against Derry and Longford to come, s d e, Louth could clinch back-toback promotions but O'Rourke (below) insisted: "That's not what I'm thinking about".
3) For I moot wepe and wayle, whil I lyve, With al the wo that prison may me yive And eek with payne that love me yeveth also That doubleth al my torment and my wo ("The Knight's Tale" 1295-1298: 29).
He also makes use of several Mexico City archives, notably material from the papers of Jose Yives Limantour.