Escoce1 (1139-50)

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Escoce1 (1139-50)

[ FEW: ; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF: ; DMF: ; TLF: ; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: 2979a Scotia, Scottia ]
Escocz,  Escose,  Escosse,  Escoz,  Escocie,  Eschoce;  Escoces,  Escocez  


( 1139-50; MS: s.xiiex ) [...] E d’Escoce ert cist reis  52
( 1326-27 )  en Escoz, en Gascoigne ou aillours  i 256 vii
( a.1382; MS: a.1382 )  Robert Bruys d’Escocez  2.27
( a.1382; MS: a.1382 )  il teneroit le roialme d’Escoces del roy d’Engleterre  1.13
marche d'Escoce
1toponymScottish Marches, border regions on both sides of the border between England and Scotland
( 1334 )  Come nous soioms ja demorauntz ové nostre host sur noz terres en la marche d'Escoce pur la sauveté et defens de ycelles  i 302
( 1383 )  Nous vous envoions certeins noz lettres adressees as diverses noz bachelers et esquiers de nostre retenue pur nostre viage vers les marchees d'Escoce  ii 282
seneschal d'Escoce
Escocé  Scoce 
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