Beteach meaning

(obsolete) To show; point out.
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(obsolete) To give; hand over; deliver up; yield.
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(obsolete) To hand over as a trust; intrust; commend, commit (someone), usually as a wish expressed on departing; recommend to the care of; give charge to.
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(obsolete) To commit or commend (one), by the expression of a wish, to (God, the devil, etc.).

To beteach one good day.

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(obsolete) To allot; assign.
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(obsolete) To teach; instruct.
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Origin of beteach

  • From Middle English betechen, from Old English betǣċan (“to make over, give up to impart, deliver, entrust, commend to, betroth, appoint (f), set apart as, dedicate, show, point out, give orders, pursue, hunt”), corresponding to be- +‎ teach.

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