gise
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gise
Take here gyse in Dict., and add Wéne gé ðæt ǽgðer sié mid mé ge gise ge nese? (ut sit apud me est et non ), Past. 308, 9. 'Ne sǽde ic . . .?' 'Gyse,' cwæþ ic, 'þú sǽdest,' Bt. 34, 6; F. 142, 5. Hwí wolde God swá lytles þinges him forwyrnan . . .? Gyse hú mihte Adam tócnáwan hwæt hé wǽre, búton hé wǽre gehýrsum on sumum þince his Hláforde? why, would God refuse him so small a thing . . .? Yes; how could Adam know what he was, unless he were obedient in some thing to his Lord?, Hml. Th. i. 14, 4.
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