Gnide\ (n[imac]d), v. t. [AS. gn[imac]dan.] To rub; to bruise; to break in pieces. [Obs.]

Note: This word is found in Tyrwhitt's Chaucer, but improperly. The woed, though common in Old English, does not occur in Chaucer. --T. R. Lounsbury.
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