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Arise, Aryse, v. Also: arys, arryse; aryis, arryise, aryes; arrays(e. P.t. arais(e, arrais(e, arraize; arays, arrayis; arrois, arose. P.p. arrysin, arrissen. [ME. aryse(n, arise(n, ONhb. Arísa (aríse), OE. Arísan. Of late appearance in Sc., under Eng. influence.] intr. To rise, rise up, come into existence. (a) 1529 Edinb. B. Rec. 8 (thar man diuisione arys tharthrow).
Q. Kennedy Tractive 107 (than sall thow aryis and get thé up).
1567 Reg. Privy C. I. 543 (that nane arryise at command).
Montg. Suppl. xi. 15 (of medling muche dois mischeif aryis).
Mure Misc. P. xii. 1 (sueit saviour, aryse).
Balfour Ann. IV. 395 (his reposse endit, he arrayses).
(b) Doug. v. iv. 43 (heir first gude hope arays).
Bell. Boece I. 210 (the skry arrais); 277 (the skry and terrible noise arrayis).
c 1563 Reg. Panmure I. p. xxxvi. (thear arays swme debait).
Bann. Mem. 484 (he fell on the grene; he arais agane).
1584 Waus Corr. III. 312 (the lyk questioun arais).
Garden Garden 63 (as I from my rest arraize).
1623 Crim. Trials III. 557 (thair was ane grit noyse maid be foulis … that arraise).
(c) 1611 Hist. Rev. XIX. 109 (the jaris newlie arrysin betwix the indwellaris).
Balfour Ann. I. 68 (a contrawersey that had arrissen).

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