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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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They untyed ye dogg, I holding him one side, and ye other, with cords they brought and tyed him in ye bow of a boat with 6 warriors to paddle him.
Having supped, they untyed mee, and made me lye betwixt them, having one end of one side and one of another, and covered me with a red Coverlet, thorough which I might have counted the starrs.
They untyed mee, and tooke delight to make me speake words of their language, and weare earnest that I should pronounce as they.