- v. archaic Third-person singular present simple form of warn
- warn + -eth (Wiktionary)
“The verset ends with, “He warneth you, so haply ye may be mindful.””
“These are some of the ways whereby God warneth a people, church, or nation, of approaching judgments.”
“And many times himself warneth them to meete, sometimes hee apoynteth others to warne them in his staede.”
“The third manner is made of three parts of gold, and of the fourth of silver: and kind electrum is of that kind, for in twinkling and in light it shineth more clear than all other metal, and warneth of venom, for if one dip it therein, it maketh a great chinking noise, and changeth oft into divers colours as the rainbow, and that suddenly.”
“The crow is a bird of long life, and diviners tell that she taketh heed of spyings and awaitings, and teacheth and sheweth ways, and warneth what shall fall.”
“Y: And say: "I am indeed he that warneth openly and without ambiguity," -”
“Then the priest saith the Evangel, the which signifieth, as said is, the predication of our Lord God, the which finished and said, the priest warneth himself with the sign of the cross, to the intent that the enemy may not take away from the creatures hearts the word of God.”
“Thus warneth you He Who is the Reckoner, the All-Knowing.”
“These things, then, he doeth and speaketh, in this too imitating the Lord of all: because that God also threateneth indeed continually and warneth often, but not often chastiseth and punisheth.”
“Into mine ears, and warneth me in time yet to beware?”
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