yede


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Yode \Yode\, obs. imp. of Go. [OE. yode, yede, [yogh]ede,
   [yogh]eode, eode, AS. e['o]de, used as the imp. of g[=a]n to
   go; akin to Goth. iddja I, he, went, L. ire to go, Gr.
   'ie`nai, Skr. i, y[=a]. [root]4. Cf. Issue.]
   Went; walked; proceeded. [Written also yede.] See Yede.
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         Quer [whether] they rade [rode] or yode. --Cursor
                                                  Mundi.
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         Then into Cornhill anon I yode.          --Lydgate.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Yede \Yede\, obs. imp.
   Went. See Yode.
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         All as he bade fulfilled was indeed
         This ilke servant anon right out yede.   --Chaucer.
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   Note: Spenser and some later writers mistook this for a
         present of the defective imperfect yode. It is,
         however, only a variant of yode. See Yode, and cf.
         Yead.
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               [He] on foot was forced for to yeed. --Spenser
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