Drye

v. to sufferVariants: Dryȝed, pt. s. continued —see Dreȝen
v. to dry, to be dryVariants: druiȝest, 2 pr. s.Etymology: Anglo-Saxon drygan
adj. dryVariants: druye, drue; dru, driȝe, drie; dreye, Phr.: drui fot, dry footEtymology: Anglo-Saxon dryge; cp. Du. droog