1) The equipment commonly associated with wains and other carts.
1538 all maner of plewghe geir, wayne geir, coupe geir, and all other tymber out of occupacon, Coxwold
1556 all my wayne geare as waynes, cowpes, plowes, yokes, temes & suche like ... & all maner of tymber therto belonginge, Horsforth . The term no doubt covers a wide range of attributive uses: 1535 iiij pare of wayne rathes, Stillingfleet
1551 one paire of whelles, yron bounde, stonding in the laithe, one waynbodie to theym, and one waynehedeyoke, one bolt and one shakill, Knaresborough
1556 the waynhead yocke, shakkell and bolte, Fairburn
1557 a pare of wayne fleaks, Thornton Bridge
1558 a payr of wayne raylls, Fairburn
1579 a payre of wayne blaydes iiijs, South Cave
1600 not one ashe fitt for a waynestower, Settrington
1632 a paire of wayne blaides and a payre of cowpes Ainderby Quernhow
1667 a parcell of wane speakes and felkes, Brayton.