(Old English) , to pour, (Anglo-Saxon) geótan. See Found to cast.
To pour water on; to soak in, or mix with, water. [Obs. or Provincial England] Grose. My fowls, which well enough, I, as before, found feeding at their trough Their yoted wheat. Chapman.
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From Middle English yoten, yeten (“to pour”), from Old English ġēotan (“to pour”), from Proto-Germanic *geutaną (“to pour”), from Proto-Indo-European *ǵʰew-, *ǵʰōw- (“to pour”). Cognate with Dutch gieten (“to pour”), German gießen (“to pour”), Danish gyde (“to pour”). Related to gush, geyser.
yote (third-person singular simple present yotes, present participle yoting, simple past and past participle yoted) (UK dialectal) To pour water on; pour in. (archaic or dialectal) To steep. My fowls, which well enough / I, as before, found feeding at their trough / Their yoted wheat. — Chapman.
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