1) Obsolete forms of the past tense and participle of the verb ‘to deal’, a verb commonly used in wills meaning to share out or distribute.
1485 that ther be distribute and dalt xls to pore folks, as it may be thought most meritorie for my soule, Bridlington
1517 I will that ther be but dispendyd and dalt at my buryall in brede, ayll, and meytt, xls, Heptonstall
1539 Also to bee dalte in almouse to poor folks the day of my beryall xls, Scarborough
1543 I will that twentie and foure poundes shall be delte and geven the same day to poore and nedie people, Skipton.