(third-person singular simple present engyves, present participle engyving, simple past and past participle engyved)
- 1887, The Homiletic Review, vol. XIV:
- It is now, to the believer, not a tyrant to be dreaded, but a minister to perform a needed office; not a jailer to engyve us with the fetters of bondage, but a servant to assist us in unrobing for our entrance into the banqueting house [...].
From en- + gyve.