agreger1 (s.xii¼)

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agreger1 (s.xii¼)

[ FEW: 4,263b *graviare; Gdf: 1,166a agregier; GdfC: ; TL: 1,212 agregier; DEAF: G1312 agregier; DMF:  agréger 2; TLF: ; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: ]
agregger,  aggregger;  agejer;  eggreger  

v.a.

1to make heavy, burdensome
( s.xii¼; MS: s.xiv1 )  Servise funt bel e leger -- Nel voleient trop agreger  696
2to aggravate, exacerbate
( s.xiiex; MS: s.xiiim )  ço (=the fact that J.C. was innocent when he was killed) verreiement agreja sun turment e li sembla plus fort  135.81
( 1268; MS: c.1300 )  La penance enoitee, nepurquant, Put estre sulum le pecchié grant, Kar pecché put estre aggregé Sulum ceo k’umme ad dignité  10251
( 1354; MS: c.1360 )  agreger les plaies et encrestre le venym  128
lawto aggravate, worsen
( 1310 )  ceo n’est forsqe agregger (vars. ( ) a grossere; ( ) agregeer; ( ) abregger) le trespas  Ed II ii 161
( 1323-25 )  en agregeauntz leur mesprisiouns  185
( 1330 )  en aggreggeaunt les duresces  203
3fig.to grieve
( 1174-75; MS: c.1200 )  Jo vei ma gent destruire […] Certes, ceste faisance el cuer forment m’agriege  1268
4to torment
( s.xiii; MS: s.xiv1 )  Dragons e crapos les agregeient  97

v.n.

1to grow worse
( c.1230; MS: s.xiiim )  Sun mal agrege e enpire  1917
( 1268; MS: c.1300 )  averunt duel en muriant K’aprés ira plus aggregant, Ke par lur desir e lur amur Irunt en peine e en dolur  13392

p.p._as_a.

1worse
( 1312 )  la maladye soun seignur est agregé  Ed II xii 245
estre agregé sur
to lie heavy on
( s.xii1; MS: s.xiim )  par jour e par nuit est agregee (Latin: gravatur) sur mei la tue mains  50.XXXI.4
agrever  engreger 
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