Endue Definition

ĕn-do͝o, -dyo͝o
endued, endues, enduing, indued, indues, induing
endued, endues, enduing
To put on (a garment)
Webster's New World
To provide (with something); specif., to endow (with qualities, talents, etc.)
Webster's New World

To take on, to take the form of.


To clothe (someone with something).


Origin of Endue

  • Middle English enduen from Old French enduire to lead in, induct (influenced by Middle English endowen to endow) from Latin indūcere induce Sense 2, Middle English induen to clothe from Latin induere to put on eu- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Old French enduire, partly from Latin indūcere (“lead in”), partly from en- + duire.

    From Wiktionary

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