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First published 1937 (DOST Vol. I).
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Casit, Caissit, adj. Also: kasit. [Case n.2] Fitted with a case or frame; framed.(a) 1507 Treas. Acc. IV. 86.
For vj gret flacatis of glas to the King, casit
1523 Ib. V. 220.
Ane greit casit windo to the quenis greit chalmer
For ij pare of gemmay bandis … to the said casit windois
1531 M. Works Acc. II. 21.
Estland burd for pannalis fylling of certane kasit wyndois
1566 Prot. Bk. T. Johnsoun 101.
Ane kasit burd
Ib. 103.
The North Gallary and Est Gallary under and about glassit and kasit
(b) 1516 Fam. Rose 188.
Twa caissit girnalis for mele
1547 Reg. Great S. 20/1.
Ane gret pres of aik, caissit werk
1554–5 Edinb. B. Rec. II. 305.
For … twa slotts with stappillis to the caissit windo of the said hous
1601 Reg. Privy C. VI. 281.
[In the vaults] ane caissit bowell

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