lave[ leyv ]SEE DEFINITION OF lave
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LAVE
I lave that to whoever has it, Honor: 'tis enough for me, I see what you do—and that's what I go by.
Plase your honour, I being the lady, expicted I'd get lave to swear first.
Burn the steak he will if I lave him with it, and Moike knows the sort of a bed he makes.
I want him to get into the state in which he can look at her an' lave her alone!
The door's open, and you've my lave; may be we 'll do as well without you, as we're like to do with you.
I suppose ye're like the lave of the men, and think nothing else matters to a woman.
"I lave it with you," said Black Tom; and Pete pulled the door after him.
"Lave women's matters alone, father; it'll become you better," said Grannie.
She must have a heart-as hard as a stone to lave the like of it.
You'll know best what to say when the time comes, Phil, so I lave it with you.