acurre (c.1120)

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acurre (c.1120)

[ FEW: 24,92a accurrere; Gdf: 1,79a acorre; GdfC: 8,28c acourir; TL: 1,113 acorre; DEAF: ; DMF:  accourir; TLF:  accourir; OED:  occur v. (accur); MED: ; DMLBS: 17a accurrere ]
acure,  acourre,  acore,  acourir  

v.n.

1to come running
( MS: c.1120 )  N’estot somondre icels ki l’unt oït, Tuit i acorent, nes li enfant petit  510
( s.xiiiin; MS: s.xiiim )  Tuit i acorent pur agarder l’enfant  (E) 1615
( s.xiii1/3; MS: s.xivin )  Dunc i acurent li Bretun, Sis asaillent tut envirum  999
( s.xiii2; MS: s.xivin )  (when the clerk is miraculously healed) Lui veisins acurent  (ed. acur[ur]ent) Quant il l'aventure surent  43.335
2fig.to accrue
( s.xii1; MS: s.xiim )  richeises se elles acurrent (Latin: affluxerint), n’i aposez (Latin: apponatis) le quer  105.LXI.10
3law(of the period allowed for bringing an action) to suffice
( 1314 )  Nota qe temps ne acourt pas au Roi quant il recouvre sur soen title  Ed II xviii 175
coure#1  encurre 
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