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gyve

(dʒɑɪv)
n. marijuana; a marijuana cigarette. (see also jive.) Why are you always smoking gyve?
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we begynne wth A prayer, after reade some one or tow chapters of the Bible gyve the sence thereof, and conferr vpon the same, that done we lay aside oure bookes, and after a solemne prayer made by the .
A second letter by Lee to Wilson on 26 November 1609 continues the report: "many [Moors] to be already transported thence, and daylye continue theire transportation"; but "a great number of the mores in the kingdom of Grenada are revolted, and ffledd into the Mountains, wherein (yt ys supposed) yf they can holde out this winter, they will gyve troble to Spayne before they will be ?
if thou gyve [him meate] thou shalt be called a poysoner.
Both the "n" and the "d" of "second" in the notorious bequest, "I gyve vnto my wief my second best bed" (108/5), seem very obscurely written, and "weif" might conceivable be "wief" although the former is supported by "weif" later in the text (108/10): it may or may not be important that this addition is written in a more cramped fashion than others, but the fact might well have been pointed out.
In the anonymous poem, The Battle of Agincourt (1530), Henry's knights report to him that "Saynt George was sene over our hoste, / Of very trouthe this syght men dyde se; / Downe was he sent by the holy goste / To gyve our kynge the vyctory.