See endue in American Heritage Dictionary 4
transitive verb en·dued also in·dued, en·du·ing also in·du·ing, en·dues also in·dues
Origin: Middle English enduen
Origin: , from Old French enduire, to lead in, induct (influenced by Middle English endowen, to endow)
Origin: , from Latin indūcere; see induce
Origin: . Sense 2, Middle English induen, to clothe
Origin: , from Latin induere, to put on; see eu- in Indo-European roots.
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