Definition of Stayne

1. to stain [v STAYNED, STAYNING, STAYNES] - See also: stain



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stayne

stayaway
stayaways
staycation
staycationing
staycations
stayed
stayedness
stayer
stayers
staying
staying power
staylace
stayless
staymaker
staymakers
stayne (current term)
stayned
staynes
stayning
stayover
stayovers
stayre
stayres
stays
staysail
staysails
stderr
stdin
stdout
steacyite

Literary usage of Stayne

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Apprenticeship Writings of Frank Norris, 1896-1898 by Frank Norris (1996)
"She managed to see stayne three and four times each week. She came, to his office, ... For the thing could not fail but have its effect upon stayne. ..."

2. Journal by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1870)
"... and my howse from stayne. The Quene (as you write) did ... And for the stayne of my howse, I confess hit ..."

3. Catalogue of Seals in the Department of Manuscripts in the British Museum by Walter de Gray Birch (1894)
"William de stayne, of co. Line. 13679. [AD 1355. ... A shield of arms: two bars engrailed, stayne. Suspended by a strap from a forked tree. ..."

4. The Journal of the Royal Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland (1878)
"... from stayne. The Quene (as you write) did comend both my good Till and ... And for the stayne of my howse, I confess hit ..."

5. The Journal of the Royal Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland (1878)
"... and my howse from stayne. The Quene (as you write) did ... And for the stayne of my howse, I confess hit ..."

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