The Collaborative International Dictionary
Appay \Ap*pay"\, v. t. [OF. appayer, apaier, LL. appacare,
appagare, fr. L. ad + pacare to pacify, pax, pacis, peace.
See Pay, Appease.]
To pay; to satisfy or appease. [Obs.]
--Sir P. Sidney.
vb. (obsolete form of apay English)
Usage examples of "appay".
The penalty to thy transgression due, And due to theirs which out of thine will grow: So only can high Justice rest appaid.