To act as a guiser; to go dressed up in a parade etc.
From Middle English guise, gise, gyse, from Old French guisse, guise, vise, from Old Frankish *wīsā ("manner, way, fashion"), from Proto-Germanic *wīsǭ, from Proto-Indo-European *weyd-. Cognate with Old High German wīsa, Old English wīse, Dutch wijze. More at wise.
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