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(Ladinit,) Ladinet, Laidnit, ppl. a. Also: ladynnit, laidneitt, laidned, laidynnit. [f. prec.]

1. Loaded, freighted, laden. a. Of ships. b. Of horses. a. To note quhat schippis departis laidynnit and empty; 1574 Cochran-Patrick Coinage I. 142.
Quither the schip be laydnit or licht; 1602 Conv. Burghs II. 133.
Quhere in a heavin there resortis … diverse schipis, the laidned aucht to have the schoir to loise at; Bisset II. 253/8.
Of ilk laidnit schip; 1632 Rep. Milne-Home MSS. 199.
b. For ilk ladinet hors with laid or drawchts; 1598 Conv. Burghs II. 34.
Ane impost of twa penneis of ilk hors laidnit, and ane peny of ilk hors unlaidnit; 1599 Ib. 55.

c. Our ladynnit, over laidnit, overloaded. fig. Sum in his giffing is so large Quhill all our ladynnit [B. ourlaidin] is his barge; Dunb. xvi. 27 (M).
Over laidnit loune; Polwart Flyt. 217 (T).

2. fig. Burdened, weighed down (as with sin or trouble). I hawe assurance of Thai spreitt, That Thow the laidneitt will releif; Montg. Suppl. xxxv. 34.

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