aele (c.1165)

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aele (c.1165)

[ FEW: 25,1229a *aviolus; Gdf: ; GdfC: 8,53a aïeule; TL: 1,264 aiuele; DEAF: ; DMF:  aïeule; TLF:  aïeule; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: ]
aille,  aielle,  ayele;  aiole  

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1kinshipgrandmother
( c.1165; MS: s.xiii2 )  Demain murrai u encore hui! A ma aiole avient tut autresi e a ma mere, kar jel vi  196.21
( 1268; MS: c.1300 )  Orguil est mere as sis (=deadly sins) e aele a lur filles  p.97 (rubr.)
( 1344 )  issint de ceux tenementz est T., heir a Maude, sa aele, et ne mye a I. sa mere  18 Ed III 297
bref de aele
lawwrit of ael (claiming land by direct descent from one’s grandmother)
( 1260; MS: s.xivin )  bref de ael ou de aele  222
( c.1292; MS: c.1300 )  ceux procheyns qi par ceste assise ne porrunt estre succurruz eynt remedie par nos brefs de cosinage, de ael et aele  ii 59
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