from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Archaic A third person singular present tense of say.
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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of say.
- n. Alternative spelling of saithe.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- 3d pers. sing. pres. of say.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Third person singular present indicative of say.
- n. The coalfish.
They commiserate also my accidents and chances: — but MY word saith:
King Bucar ordered his tents to be pitched round about Valencia, and Abenalfarax, who wrote this history in Arabic, saith that there were full fifteen thousand tents; and he bade that Moorish negress with her archers to take their station near the city.
They commiserate also my accidents and chances: - but my word saith: "Suffer the chance to come unto me: innocent is it as a little child!"
Join "saith ... concerning the house of Jacob." redeemed -- out of Ur, a land of idolaters (Jos 24: 3). not now -- After the moral revolution described (Isa 29: 17), the children of Jacob shall no longer give cause to their forefathers to blush for them. wax pale -- with shame and disappointment at the wicked degeneracy of his posterity, and fear as to their punishment.
What His prophet saith is as certain as if it were done.
They commiserate also my accidents and chances: -- but MY word saith:
He hath said in His Word that the Son is the Advocate with the Father; but of an advocate with the Son never a word saith He.
Indeed I fear lest thou false me, for that is of thy nature and there is no faith in thee, and the byword saith, 'It befitteth not to entrust a lecher with a fair woman nor a moneyless man with money nor fire with fuel.'
Accordingly she returned home and acquainted the girl with what had taken place adding, "O my daughter, verily the Basha loveth thee and his wish is to wed thee: he hath been a benefactor to us, and thou wilt never meet his like; for that he is deeply enamoured of thee and the byword saith, 'Reward of lover is return of love.'"
The youth took his seat by the fish and when his father was afar off he went up to her and said, "Doubtless thou hast children and the byword saith, Do good and cast it upon the waters."