eyne

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English eien, plural of eie, from Old English ēagan, plural of ēage.

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eyne

  1. (obsolete) plural of eye
    • 1605, The Trial of Chivalry (a play of uncertain unauthorship)
      Were it to search the furthest Northern clime / Where frosty Hyems with an ycie Mace / Strikes dead all living things, Ide find it out, / And borrowing fire from those fayre sunny eyne / Thaw Winters frost and warme that dead cold clime: []

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