Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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WUPPEN, v. Also †wappen. s.Sc. form of Eng. open (s.Sc. 1873 D.S.C.S. 112; Rxb. 1923 Watson W.-B.). See P.L.D. § 105.1., and W, letter, 3. Rxb. 1868 Trans. Hawick Arch. Soc. 33:
If ye was to pit a weaver, a tailor, and a miller into a poke, shake them a' through ither, an' than wappen't.

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