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First published 1951 (DOST Vol. II).

(Equipagit,) Equippagit, p.p. Also: -aged, acquipageit. [e.m.E. equipaged (1590).] a. Of vessels: Furnished with a crew; manned. b. Accoutred.a. 1583 Glasgow B. Rec. I. 103.
We being in ane bark of Renfrew … soberlie and singlie equippagit
1594 Warrender P. II. 254.
Ye shall mak the lyke desire for some shippes weill equippaged to be set out toward that coist
1622-6 Bisset II. 221/13.
The schip [beand] sufficientlie equippaged, he sall cause the heidismen sueir as said is
b. 1600 Glasgow B. Rec. I. 211.
That the inhabitantis … salbe in redynes sufficiently bodin in armour, weill acquipageit in hagbuttes [etc.]

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