(A*daw") v. t. [Cf. OE. adawe of dawe, AS. of dagum from days, i. e., from life, out of life.] To
subdue; to daunt. [Obs.]
The sight whereof did greatly him adaw.
(A*daw"), v. t. & i. [OE. adawen to wake; pref. a- (cf. Goth. us-, Ger. er-) + dawen, dagon,
to dawn. See Daw.] To awaken; to arouse. [Obs.]
A man that waketh of his sleep
He may not suddenly well taken keep
Upon a thing, ne seen it parfitly
that he be adawed verily.
(A*days") adv. [Pref. a- (for on) + day; the final s was orig. a genitive ending, afterwards forming
adverbs.] By day, or every day; in the daytime. [Obs.] Fielding.
(||Ad cap*tan"dum) [L., for catching.] A phrase used adjectively sometimes of meretricious
attempts to catch or win popular favor.
(Add) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Added; p. pr. & vb. n. Adding.] [L. addere; ad + dare to give, put. Cf.
1. To give by way of increased possession (to any one); to bestow
The Lord shall add to me another son.
Gen. xxx. 24.
2. To join or unite, as one thing to another, or as several particulars, so as to increase the number,
augment the quantity, enlarge the magnitude, or so as to form into one aggregate. Hence: To sum up; to
put together mentally; as, to add numbers; to add up a column.
Back to thy punishment,
False fugitive, and to thy speed add wings.
As easily as he can add together the ideas of two days or two years.
3. To append, as a statement; to say further.
He added that he would willingly consent to the entire abolition of the tax.
Syn. To Add, Join, Annex, Unite, Coalesce. We add by bringing things together so as to form a
whole. We join by putting one thing to another in close or continuos connection. We annex by attaching
some adjunct to a larger body. We unite by bringing things together so that their parts adhere or intermingle.
Things coalesce by coming together or mingling so as to form one organization. To add quantities; to
join houses; to annex territory; to unite kingdoms; to make parties coalesce.
(Add) v. i.
1. To make an addition. To add to, to augment; to increase; as, it adds to our anxiety. "I will add to
your yoke." 1 Kings xii. 14.
2. To perform the arithmetical operation of addition; as, he adds rapidly.
(Add"a*ble) a. [Add, v. + - able.] Addible.
(Ad"dax) n. [Native name.] (Zoöl.) One of the largest African antelopes
It is now believed to be the Strepsiceros (twisted horn) of the ancients. By some it is thought to be the
pygarg of the Bible.