admirable (s.xii1/3)

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admirable (s.xii1/3)

[ FEW: 24,167b admirari; Gdf: ; GdfC: 8,34a admirable; TL: 1,353 amirable; DEAF: ; DMF:  admirable; TLF:  admirable; OED:  admirable a., n. and adv.; MED:  admirable a.; DMLBS: 31c admirabilis 1 ]
amirable  

a.

1admirable, worthy of admiration or praise
( s.xii1/3; MS: s.xiiex )  (jet) Quant est arse mult est mirables (vars. amirables (B)MS: s.xiiiex)Chaice serpenz, destruit diables  45.441
( s.xiiim; MS: s.xiiiex )  Il (=Saracens) ont ensegié Rome, m’admirable citee  1393
( 1404 )  les graciouses et amirables lettres que lez ambassiatours de treshault et excellent prinche le roy d’Engleterre, vostre seigneur, ont nouvellement escriptes par deça  i 253
admirer  mirabille 
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