sayd

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Verb[edit]

sayd

  1. (obsolete) simple past tense and past participle of say
    Remembrest thou what thou sayd yesternyght? Wylt thou abyde by the wordes agayne?:John SkeltonThe Bowge of Corte [1] (1499)
    What thou hast sayd to me. Ham. I must to England, you knowe thatShakespeare, Hamlet (c. 1600)

Adjective[edit]

sayd (not comparable)

  1. (obsolete) said, mentioned earlier
    The most excellent historie of the Merchant of Venice, with the extreme crueltie of Shylocke, the Jewe, towards the sayd merchant, in cutting a just pound of his flesh, and obtaining of Portia by the choyse of three caskets... — A history of the cries of London, Ancient and modern (1884)

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