1) To load, with 'loadened' as the past form.

555-6 and in the tyme they lodyned the wayne Ayton bated the other draught opon the balke, Kirkham

1627 free passage with horse or meare lodened through one foulde, Heptonstall

1690 after he had taken up the said money John Hardy presented a pistol at him and said it was loadened, Silsden.

dates 1555-1556 1627 1690

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