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equipage (n.)

1570s, from French équipage (15c.), from équiper "to fit out" (see equip). Now largely replaced by equipment. In 18c. often especially tweezers, a toothpick, earpick, nail-cleaner, etc., carried on the person in a small case.

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Definitions of equipage from WordNet

equipage (n.)
equipment and supplies of a military force;
Synonyms: materiel
equipage (n.)
a vehicle with wheels drawn by one or more horses;
Synonyms: carriage / rig
From wordnet.princeton.edu