having a husband, married ...1727 obs. rare
from Latin marītātus pa. pple. of marītāre (to marry)
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1727 - Maritated, married
From: The Universal Etymological English Dictionary
- Nathan Bailey
"...I am still an agamist, although nubile for several annuary epochs. I have had multitudinous allectations to enter into a maritated condition, but have as yet evitated all morsure at the proffers coming from your genus...."
From: Letters to Squire Pedant, In the East,
By Lorenzo Altisonant, an Emigrant to the West.
- Samuel Klinefelter Hoshour, 1870
Amenityville, Occident, July 4, 1844.
To Seignior Lorenzo Altisonant