the act of wearying or the fact of being wearied ...1485 obs. rare
from obsolete French attédiation, from attaediāt- from at- = ad- (to) + taedium (weariness)
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1485 - see EXAMPLE below
"...For the moste parte of this book is made to thonour of the frēssh men and for prouffyte of euery man and after the desyre of the reder and herer there shalle be founden in the table all playne the mater of whyche the persone shal haue desyre to here or rede wythoute grete atedyacyon by the playsyr of god to whome I submytte al myn entēte to write no thyng that ought to be blamed ne but that it be to the helthe & sauacion of euery persone..."
From: Thystorye and Lyf of the Noble and Crysten Prynce Charles the Grete Kynge of Frauuce
- Translated by William Caxton