1) To make, to cause, now obsolete.
1428 he perceived wele that iren waxed skant and dere, and he had mykyll with in hym of dross and landiren
and tharfor he gart forge yt in shapp of osmundes, York
1495 all maner of thynges that may be profite ... to the said comonaltie ye sall do and gar be done right wisely, York
1525 sayd to Gatell that yf he wold come forth of the seyd church yarde that he would garre the seyd Gatell to make amendes, Ouseburn
1667 For my part I shall garr two oxen and two horses maintaine me like a man all my life-time, Alnwick.