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ypaid

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ypaid (obsolete)

  1. past participle of pay
    • 1387, Chaucer, “v. 1802”, in The Knight's Tale[1], edition (alternate spelling):
      Thus hath hir lord, the god of love, ypayed
    • 1470, Unknown, Tale of Beryn[2]:
      Foly I hauntid it ever, ther myght no man me let, And now he hath ypaid me, he is cleen out of my dett;
    • 1590, Edmund Spenser, “Book III”, in The Faerie Queene[3]:
      Good Sir, let not my rudenes be no breach / Unto your patience, ne be ill ypaid;