bewrayer

bewray

[bih-rey]
verb (used with object) Archaic.
1.
to reveal or expose.
2.
to betray.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English bewraien, equivalent to be- be- + wraien, Old English wrēgan to accuse, cognate with Old High German ruogen (German rügen), Gothic wrohjan

bewrayer, noun
unbewrayed, adjective
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bewray (bɪˈreɪ)
 
vb
(tr) an obsolete word for betray
 
[C13: from be- + Old English wrēgan to accuse; related to Gothic wrōhjan]
 
be'wrayer
 
n

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Bewray definition


to reveal or disclose; an old English word equivalent to "betray" (Prov. 27:16; 29:24, R.V., "uttereth;" Isa. 16:3; Matt. 26:73).

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