daie (plural daies)
- Obsolete spelling of
1594, Christopher Marlowe, Massacre at Paris:
- O graunt sweet God my daies may end with hers, That I with her may dye and live againe.
1601, Robert Yarington, “Two Lamentable Tragedies”, in A Collection Of Old English Plays, Vol. IV.:
- Go downe and see; pray God my man keep close; If he prove long-tongd then my daies are done.