en- + lard
enlard (third-person singular simple present enlards, present participle enlarding, simple past and past participle enlarded)
- (transitive) To cover or dress with lard or grease.
- c. 1601, William Shakespeare, Troilus and Cressida, Act II, Scene 3,
- Nor, by my will, assubjugate his merit,
- As amply titled as Achilles is,
- By going to Achilles:
- That were to enlard his fat already pride
- And add more coals to Cancer when he burns
- With entertaining great Hyperion.
- Ladner, Lander, Larned, Lenard, Nadler, Randel, Randle, aldern, darnel, lander, larned, learn'd, learnd, reland