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Ladin(g, Laiding, vbl. n. Also: laeding, layding. [e.m.E. lading (1500), f. Lade v.: cf. also Loading.] = Ladining n.
1. The loading of a ship with its cargo. 1498 Acta Conc. II. 245.
[To have the road wide enough] that ane cart may gang by ane uther with thair gudis for the ladin and lossin of the schippis 1500 (c 1580) Edinb. B. Rec. I. 84.
This laiding to be maid in the haistiest wyse 1501 Treas. Acc. II. 82; Ib. 88, 101, etc.
Giffin for lading of ane bot to Strivelin with lede and treis ix s. 1508 Ib. IV. 47.
In drinksilvir to the childir at lading of the said tymir xl s. 1553–4 Edinb. Old Acc. I. 110.
The Quenis lettres … tuiching laiding and lossing and paking of hirring 1560 (c 1650) Dundee B. Laws 22.
That ther be no lading nor livering nor handling of taikells … in the night season 1599 Reg. Great S. 274/2.
Onerandi et exonderandi lie los et ladin
2. concr. The cargo of a ship or ships. 1558 Admir. Ct. Bk. 72.
The thre Inglis schippis with thair ladingis to be just and lauchfull prys 1588 Cal. Sc. P. IX. 546.
A Scottis man cumming frome Scotland with a schips laeding of heringe which he haithe sauld and delyverit at Lynne 1597 Edinb. B. Rec. V. 194.
Jhonn Law … to haif done wrang in passing furth of the heavin of Leith with the said schip and haill layding, nocht making markett thairat 1624 Crim. Trials III. 570.
With ane laiding of walnuttis, chestanis, and certane Spanische irne 1629 Justiciary Cases I. 98.
The haill boittis of the town of Dunbar ressauit thair full laiding 1701 Brand Orkney & Shetl. 136.
The Hamburgers … are obliged to tarry from home through the summer, waiting for their lading
Ladin vbl. n.
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