Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See yead, yede, and go.

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Examples

  • Mihhal eode bi {} foren ⁊ paul co {m} efter ⁊ þa  {10} scawede mihhal to

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

  • Hængest eode in to þan inne {;}   þer wunede Rouwenne. he heo lette scruden {;}   mid vnime ` te´ prude. al þ̵ scrud þe heo hafde on {;}   heo weoren {s} wiðe wel ibon.

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

  • AH ha truste upon him þ̵ ne truked na mon. ha trewliche him truste on. ⁊ eode to chirche euche daheðes dei. to leornin godes lare. biddinde ȝeorne wið reowfule reames. þ̵ he wissede hire o hwuche wise ha mahte witen hire meiðhað.

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

  • Hael. eode ofen þone bupnan the Ledpoc hatte, on in [= e] n aenne

    Notes and Queries, Number 27, May 4, 1850

  • Ymb-eode þâ ides Helminga duguðe and geogoðe dæl æghwylcne; sinc-fato sealde, ôð þät sæl âlamp, þät hió Beówulfe, beág-hroden cwên,

    Beowulf

  • Of a husband: dat.sg. eode ... tô hire freán sittan, 642.

    Beowulf

  • Hwearf þâ hrädlîce, þær Hrôðgâr sät, eald and unhâr mid his eorla gedriht; eode ellen-rôf, þät he for eaxlum gestôd

    Beowulf

  • Hûru se snotra sunu Wihstânes âcîgde of corðre cyninges þegnas syfone tôsomne þâ sêlestan, eode eahta sum under inwit-hrôf;

    Beowulf

  • Denum äðeling tô yppan, _the prince_ (Beówulf), _honored by the Danes, went to the high seat_, 1815; eode ... under inwit-hrôf, 3124; pl. þær swîðferhðe sittan eodon, 493; eodon him þâ tôgeánes, _went to meet him_,

    Beowulf

  • Snyredon ätsomne, þâ secg wîsode under Heorotes hrôf; hyge-rôf eode, heard under helme, þät he on heoðe gestôd.

    Beowulf

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