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

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Puplit, Publyd, p.p. and ppl. adj. [OF pupler. Cf. Pupil(l n.1, also Peple v., Peplid ppl. adj. and Peoplit ppl. adj.] a. p.p. Furnished with inhabitants, peopled, populated. b. adj. Populous. = Popul(o)us adj.And he [sc. the prince] suld be rycht besy to gerr all craftis and labouragis puple in his realme for that is the caus quhy that the Yndis ar sa mychty sa ryche and sa publyd, for [etc.]; Hay II 94/29.
Throu the quhilk repair of merchaundis, realmis ar puplit and richit; Ib. 95/7.

Puplit p.p., ppl. adj.

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