drive [-n, driving, drove, -s] v

OE dríf-an.

  1. Expel; evict; clear a place; (see Genesis 4:14).
  2. Transport as in a carriage; leave permanently; (see Job 24:3).
  3. Remove; compel to move; urge forward; (see 2 King 4:24).
  4. Burrow; move slowly; lower to the ground; (see Job 13:25).
  5. Fall in drops; cascade from the sky as snow or rain