The Collaborative International Dictionary
Betaught \Be*taught"\ (b[-e]*t[add]t"),a. [p. p. of OE. bitechen, AS. bet[=ae]can, to assign, deliver. See Teach.] Delivered; committed in trust. [Obs.]
Usage examples of "betaught".
And on the morn he took his leave, and told the king that he would go and seek his brother Sir Lionel, that went from him when that he slept, so he took his horse, and betaught them all to God.
And on the morn Sir Gawaine departed from the hermit, and betaught him unto God.