Wite

• (v.) To reproach; to blame; to censure; also, to impute as blame. • (v.) Blame; reproach. • (pl.) of Wit
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wite

(from the article `wergild`) ...One, bot, included various types of compensation for damages done but also covered maintenance allowances for the repair of houses and tools for ...
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Wite

Wite noun [ Anglo-Saxon wīte punishment. ............. See Wite , v. ] Blame; reproach. [ Obsolete or Scot.] Chaucer.
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Wite

Wite transitive verb [ Anglo-Saxon wītan ; akin to Dutch wijten , G. ver weisen , Icelandic vīta to mulct, and English wit ; confer Anglo-Saxon wītan to see, Latin animad vertere to observe, to punish. ............. See Wit ,...
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