Legal Definition and Related Resources of Gwayf
Meaning of Gwayf
Waif. Par. Ant. p. 196; Cowell.
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What is Gwayf?
A definition of gwayf is: In old English law (for more information on the <a href="https: //lawi. More details on the Encyclopedia.org. More details on the Encyclopedia.uk/”>English legal system and its history, visit the UK legal encycopedia), waif, or waived; that which has been stolen and afterwards dropped in the highway for fear of a discovery.
- “Gwayf” in the White America Dictionary (New York, Los Angeles, London, New Delhy, Hong Kong, 1989)