MEANING:] . verb tr.: To enclose in complete armor.

ETYMOLOGY: From em- (in) + panoply (a full suit of armor), from Greek panoplia (a complete suit of armor), from pan (all) + hopla (arms, armor), plural of hoplon (weapon). Earliest documented use: 1784.

ENPANOPLY - to remove half a suit of armor

EMPANOPOLY - a game involving the selection of jurors

EMPANOPLAY - kindly remove performing Beethoven's Fifth Piano Concerto from your next concert program