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Definition of the verb AFFY

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  1. [obsolete] to confide; to trust
  2. [obsolete] to betroth or espouse; to affiance

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Google previewProceedings of the 10th Asian Logic Conference, Kobe, Japan, 1-6 September 2008 (2010)

by Toshiyasu Arai

Thus affy is a left turn and Y30 is a right turn. In case the two intersection points are different, one of these cases must apply. This explanation has used a case distinction as well as the cross product; later we will show how to define “left turn” ...

Google previewCreatch Battler (2009)

by Mark Crilley

"Being an Affy is a lot of fun. It can be a little scar)', depending on which creatch you're battling. And people do get ...

Google previewRogmasher Rampage (2012)

by Mark Crilley

"Being an Affy is a lot of fun. It can be a little scary, depending on which creatch you're battling. And people do get bitten ...

Google previewShakespeare's Non-Standard English: A Dictionary of his Informal Language (2004)

by Norman Blake

affy 'to marry', developed in C16 from older sense 'to trust': For daring to ...

Google previewA Glossary and Etymological Dictionary of Obsolete and Uncommon Words, Antiquated Phrases, Proverbial Expressions, Obscure Allusions, and of Works which Have Changed Their Significations (1832)

Illustrative of the Works of Our Early Dramatic and Lyric Poets by William Toone

Wintea's TaIe, Affy (L. affidare), to trust, to have or plight ...

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

AFFY, v. df-_fi' [OF. afller— from mid.

Google previewA new general English dictionary ... Originally begun by ... Thomas Dyche ... and now finish'd by William Pardon ... The eighth edition, etc (1754)

by Thomas DYCHE, William PARDON

The affy of weights and measures is an ex amına ren ef them by a proper officer, called the clerk of the market, by weighing or measuring them with fuch, as are very rice. 1y acjusted according to the custom of the lace, or standard appointed by ...

Google previewDictionary of Early English (1955)

by Joseph T. Shipley

affie affy afjeerors, or jurors sworn to affeere, that is tax and moderate, the general amercement according to the particular circumstances of the offence and the offender. From the meaning, to settle, affeer was used figuratively in the sense of to ...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language (1887)

To which is Prefixed, a Dissertation on the Origin of the Scottish Language by John Jamieson

AFFY. AFFIRMANT, AFFIRMAT, AFIRMAT, s. One who holds the Bishop's courts, and has the right of confirmation. “. . becaus that Robert Elect affirmat of Abirdon has schavine hym vnkindly,” &c. Burgh Recs. Aberd., 7 Nov., 1481.

Google previewA Complete Dictionary of the English Language, Both with Regard to Sound and Meaning (1790)

by Thomas Sheridan

To AFFY, Af.s.o. v. a. in order to marriage, To To To betroth | To AFFY, of sy. ey. n. . To put confidence in, to put trust in. AFIELD, A-fé'ld. ad.

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Affy Meaning

Video shows what affy means. To trust ( someone or something), to rely ().. To promise to marry (someone), to be engaged to.. Affy Meaning. How to pronounce ...

Scrabble value of A1F4F4Y4

The value of this 4-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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