Seave
Seave \Seave\, n. [Cf. Dan. siv, Sw. s["a]f, Icel. sef.] A rush. [Prov. Eng.] --Halliwell. [1913 Webster]

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  • Sayve — Lambert de Sayve (auch Saive oder Seave genannt) (* 1548 oder 1549 in Saive bei Lüttich; † 1614 in Linz), war ein Komponist der Renaissance. Vermutlich war er in seiner Kindheit Sängerknabe an der Lambertus Kathedrale in Lüttich. Bereits 1562… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • deave — I Cleveland Dialect List to deafen, stupefy or stun with noise: a din fit to seave yan II North Country (Newcastle) Words to deafen, to stupify with noise, to din …   English dialects glossary

  • seavy — 1680s, from seave rush (c.1400), from O.N. sef …   Etymology dictionary

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