1) An alternative of apparel.
1521 a jacket, a paire hoose and other of my reparell, Pontefract
1557 I bequyth all my reparill belongyng to my body to Agnes my doughter, South Milford
1562 to Mris Cleasbie ... wydowe, for the reperell of Umfraie Cleasbie, Thrintoft. More generally it could include fittings or ‘furniture’: 1517 I woll that the masse booke, portace, chales, vestementt and all other reparell to oon preiste to say masse with, Clint.
2) To repair, an obsolete spelling.
1393 And I will that thay reparell it and kepe it in the plyte that it es in now, York
1457 shall make and reparell all the hegges, West Bretton
1499 the fence, wall and yates … shalbe cast downe and broken and … at no tyme repareld. Also as a noun: 1550 The churche is owte of reparell so that no man can well abyde in the bodie of the churche for rayne when it is fowle wether, Kirkby Wharfe.