Behight, x, 64, name, declare; x, 50, intrusted, delivered; xi, 38, behot, promised.
"Spenser's The Faerie Queene, Book I" by Edmund Spenser
She was behight then Youngling and gold-dight to the glad son of Froda.
"The Tale of Beowulf" by Anonymous
To vs and vnto our posteritie
this land belongs of right,
To hold in honor and felicitie
as God it hath behight,
And we beleue it surely shall be so,
For from his promise God will neuer goe.
"A Tragedie of Abrahams Sacrifice" by Arthur Golding