For she copith the Commissarie and coteth hys clarkes
For she copeþ þe Commissarie . and coteþ hise clerkes W.3.144:nota
For sche coped þe Comissarie and cetes hise clerkes
He, "she." copeth þe comissarie and coteth his clerkes .
For she copeþ þe Comyssarie / & klokiþF.4.132: klokiþ, "provides with a cloak." This is the first instance we have found of the finite form of this verb. OED's earliest citations are from the early sixteenth century, while the only MED citation is a participial adjective dated c. 1450 in the related sense "encased, enclosed." alle hise clerkys.