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First published 1951 (DOST Vol. II).

Endam(p)nage, v. [e.m.E. endamnage (1642), var. of endam(m)age, ME. endamage (Chaucer). Cf. Endomage v.] tr. To injure. — 1579 Bk. Old Edinb. C. VI. 70.
That the … brether of the said craft sall nawayis be trwbillit, bwrdenit, nor endamnageit be my admissioun
1584 Acts III. 311/1.
Litill [gold] remanis … quhairthrow his maiesties subiectis ar endampnageit
1602 Bk. Univ. Kirk III. 990.
The land is defylit, and the Kirk endamnagit, by the French ambassadours mess

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