Sayd vs Sayde - What's the difference?

sayd | sayde |


As verbs the difference between sayd and sayde

is that sayd is (label) while sayde is .

As an adjective sayd

is (obsolete) said , mentioned earlier.

sayd

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Verb

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  • (label)
  • :Remembrest thou what thou sayd''' yesternyght? Wylt thou abyde by the wordes agayne?'' — — ''The Bowge of Corte'' [http://www.luminarium.org/editions/bowge.htm] (' 1499 )
  • :What thou hast sayd to me. Ham. I must to England, you knowe that — Shakespeare, Hamlet (c. 1600)
  • Adjective

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  • (obsolete) said , mentioned earlier
  • The most excellent historie of the'' Merchant of Venice, ''with the extreme crueltie of'' Shylocke'', the Jewe, towards the sayd merchant, in cutting a just pound of his flesh, and obtaining of Portia by the choyse of three caskets... — A history of the cries of London, Ancient and modern (1884)

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    sayde

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