to dress, array, or adorn, especially for special occasions, ceremonials, etc.
clothes or apparel, especially rich or splendid garments.
the horns of a deer.
Origin: 1250–1300; (v.) Middle Englishatiren < Anglo-Frenchatirer,Old Frenchatirier, verbal derivative of a tire into a row or rank (see a-3, tier1); (noun) Middle Englishatir < Anglo-French, noun derivative of the v.
re·at·tire, verb (used with object), re·at·tired, re·at·tir·ing.