Gaw as-tyt; WA as-tyte
'at once; in a moment' (Modern English astite, as tite (adv. phr.))
Proposed ON Etymon (OIcel representative)
tíðr ‘frequent, usual, customary’
(ONP tíðr (2) (adj.))
Other Scandinavian Reflexes
Far tíð, Icel tíð, tíður, Norw tid, Dan tid, Sw tid
tīd (n.) ‘time’
Phonological and morphological markers
ON consonant cluster assimilation
<p>ON adjectival (adverbial) <em>-t</em></p>
In ME predominantly N and E and alliterative (incl. PP and WPal.), but occasionally more widely. MnE N and Sc dial.
Occurrences in the Gersum Corpus
Gaw 31, 1210; Pe 645; WA 693
McGee alone (433) reads as tyd at Pat 100 as a further instance of this compound.