ahurter (s.xii1)

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ahurter (s.xii1)

[ FEW: 16,273a *hûrt; Gdf: 1,178b ahurter; GdfC: ; TL: 1,223 ahurter; DEAF: H745 ahurter; DMF:  aheurter; TLF:  aheurter; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: ]


1to strike, smite
( s.xii1; MS: 1155-60 )  ahurterad (Latin: allidet) ses petiz enfanz a la pierre  245.CXXXVI.9
2fig.to hit, chance on
( c.1185; MS: s.xiiim )  Le fous, se il parole tus tens, Aukune feiz ahurte a sens (var. (B: s.xivin) ahurte sens)  2632 (var.)
to run into, come across, meet
( s.xiiiin; MS: s.xiii3/4 )  Essaer voil si ahurter pusse Mes cumpanuns  1131


1to knock, bump (into)
( MS: s.xiii2 )  relisis: ahurté  ii 6
( s.xivin; MS: 1382 )  Femme veugle a pareie ahurt (M.E. Blynde woman hurtith to wal)  129
( MS: s.xii/xiii )  allidentem arridentem: (O) ahurtant  ii 41


1to run (into), stumble (over)
( s.xii1; MS: 1155-60 )  que par aventure ne se ahurt a la pierre (Latin: ne forte offendat ad lapidem) li tuens piez  169.XC.12
( s.xii3/3; MS: s.xiiim )  A uns degrez s’est ahurtez Ki el rocher sunt entaillez  1281
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