Wray meaning

(obsolete) To denounce (a person).
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(obsolete) To reveal (a secret).
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(obsolete) To betray.
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Origin of wray

  • Middle English wreien, wraien, wrayen (“to show, make known, accuse”), from Old English wrēġan (“to urge, incite, stir up, accuse, impeach”), from Proto-Germanic *wrōgijaną. Akin to Dutch wroegen, German rügen, Swedish röja.

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