plenish

verb
plen·​ish | \ ˈple-nish \
plenished; plenishing; plenishes

Definition of plenish 

transitive verb

chiefly British
: equip

First Known Use of plenish

1513, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for plenish

Middle English (Scots) plenyssen to fill up, from Anglo-French pleniss-, stem of plenir, from plein full, from Latin plenus

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