1) To lie.
1432 j matres that I lige on, Scarborough
1479 a gutter that liggez in length from ... Petergate ... to the Kyngs dyke, York
1523 delyng of all suche landdes as lygges dewydele [sic] in the biredole feldes, Stainland. Examples of the present participle include: c.1450 to haf a close lygynge in the sowth parte of Rastryke more
1483 John Qwitley sall haue a sertan of land lygand in the South syde of the Byrkfeild, Ovenden
1500 iij houses in Kartegaytt lyggyng under the Blake Frere waulle, Scarborough. Noted in an amusing by-name: 1301 De Galfrido Liggebiyefyre, Helperby.