(third-person singular simple present upgives, present participle upgiving, simple past upgave, past participle upgiven)
- 1849, Robert Wharton Landis, Liberty's Triumph: A Poem, page 255:
- Then, too, are Jersey's sons all resolute, / Repairing to the camp in numbers great, / Their sufferings to avenge upon the foe, / Which all must cease should Jersey be upgiven.
- 1906, Charles Montagu Doughty, The Dawn in Britain, page 4:
- There fell a sudden rain then, from the gods: / Which glisters, in the sun, like golden hairs; / And earth upgave sweet savour of her sod, / Mingled with iron stink of sweat and blood.