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A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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First published 1983 (DOST Vol. V).

Platted, p.p. and ppl. a. [e.m.E. (1597, Shakesp.), late north. e.m.E. plattyd (Cath. Angl.), f. e.m.E. and ME. plat (c 1532) plate (Cath. Angl.), p.t. and p.p. platte (Wyclif), plattid (Wyclif), parallel form of Plait v.1, Plet v. Cf. also Plet ppl. a. and Plat p.p.] Interwoven, intertwined. — c1590 Fowler I. 318/31.
By platted crounes which circle maie her browes
1605-6 Welsh Forty-eight Serm. 171.
A crown of thorns platted upon his bare head

Platted p.p., ppl. adj.

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