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  • ISBN: 978-2-8124-1088-8
  • ISSN: 2108-9825
  • DOI: 10.15122/isbn.978-2-8124-1090-1.p.0125
  • Éditeur: Classiques Garnier
  • Date de parution: 09/09/2013
  • Langue: Français
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Bodl. Libr. Rawlinson Poetry 241

Acocher, achocher v.i. to take to one’s (sick)bed

Amenuser v.t. corps ~, sanc ~ to bleed

Apaier v.t. to bring to a peaceful conclusion

Appelour s plaintiff, accuser, attacker

Assaier v.t. to check, examine

Aumoigner a. charitable, almsgiving

Curious a. concerned, preoccupied with

Eirer v.i. to plough

Enblaié p.p. filled with

Eschaler v.impers. to be concerned, bothered about, to be of importance (to)

Esgarré, esgaurré p.p. lost, abandoned

Gayner v.i. to make a profit

Garser v.t. to scarify, bleed

Gerner s. granary, storehouse for grain

Lune s. prime ~ new moon

Mener v.t. to marry, wed

Mester s. mettre a ~ to put to work

Periceous a. lazy

Piere s. the worst

Pilringnage s. pilgrimage

Plee s. (legal) case, action, plea

Poplié p.p. endowed with

Procher v.a. to speak with

South prep. under

Traiant s. breast

Voil a. old

Voillesse s. old age

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Baratour a. trouble-making

Commune s. en ~ in common, together with others

Coroune s. crown, top of the head

Cotefiour s. husbandman

Coveiteresce a.f. greedy, covetous

Criminable a. wicked, criminal

Eschuer v.t. to avoid, escape

Flours s. en lour ~ in their prime

Lanouse a.f. wool-working

Larcine s. stolen object

Lecherouse a.f. lecherous

Malageous s. sick person

Merche s. distinguishing mark, sign

Mercher v.t. to mark

No(u)nicer v.t. to foretell, reveal, identify

Retourner v.i. to turn away from