See also: daiļie

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dailie (not comparable)

  1. Obsolete form of daily.

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dailie (not comparable)

  1. Obsolete form of daily.
    • 1638, Democritus Junior [pseudonym; Robert Burton], “Cure of Deſpaire by Phyſick, good counſell, comforts, &c.”, in The Anatomy of Melancholy. [], 5th edition, Oxford, Oxfordshire: Printed [by Robert Young, Miles Flesher, and Leonard Lichfield and William Turner] for Henry Cripps, →OCLC, partition 3, section 4, member 3, subsection 6, page 707:
      I dailie and hourelie offend in thought, word, and deed, in a relapſe by mine owne weakneſſe and wilfulneſſe, my bonus Genius, my good protecting angel is gone, I am falne from that I was, or would bee, worſe and worſe, []

Latvian edit

Adjective edit

dailie

  1. (dialectal) nominative plural masculine of dailais
  2. (dialectal) vocative plural masculine of dailais