-dýded, -dýd; v. a.
[a, dýdan to die
] To put to death, to destroy, kill, mortify;
perdere, occidere :-- Wolde híg adýddan would destroy them,
Ælfc. T. 22, 19. Ðæt ic náteshwon nelle heonon forþ eall flǽsc adýdan mid flódes wæterum that I will not, by any means, henceforth destroy all flesh with the waters of a flood,
Gen. 9, 11. Ǽlc þing ðe líf hæfde wearþ adýd everything which had life was destroyed,
Gen. 7, 23.