seyde

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seyde

  1. Obsolete spelling of said; simple past tense and past participle of say

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Etymology 1[edit]

Verb[edit]

seyde

  1. Alternative form of seide
    • 1470–1483 (date produced), Thomas Malory, “[Morte Arthur]”, in Le Morte Darthur (British Library Additional Manuscript 59678), [England: s.n.], folio 449, verso, lines 15–18:
      Than ſpake ẜ Gawayne And ſeyde brothir · ẜ Aggravayne I pray you and charge you meve no ſuch · maters no more a fore me fro wyte you well I woll nat be of youre counceyle //
      Then spoke Sir Gawain, and said, “Brother, Sir Agrivain, I pray you and charge you move not such matters any more before me, for be ye assured I will not be of your counsel.”

Etymology 2[edit]

Noun[edit]

seyde

  1. Alternative form of seed (seed)