[ainznesce] (c.1292)

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[ainznesce] (c.1292)

[ FEW: 24,645b antenatus; Gdf: 1,193a ainsneece /1,199c aisnesche; GdfC: 8,61c ainsneece; TL: 1,250 ainzneece; DEAF:  ainzné (*); DMF:  aînesse; TLF:  aînesse; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: 45a aesnecia /93b antenatio ]
einznesce,  einzneesce,  einznessce;  eignesce;  eisnece,  eisnesce,  eisnesse;  einasse,  einesce,  einesse,  enisse  142  


1 elder, eldest
( 1316 )  S. avoit l’estat Johane la seure eynasse  Ed II xx 114
belonging to the elder, eldest
( MS: c.1310 )  la eynesce partie de mesme cel heritage  315


1femalekinshipeldest sister
( c.1292; MS: c.1300 )  voloms qe la eynzneesce nous face homage  ii 23
( 1341 )  l’eisnesse avera le premer presentement, et la milueyne le secunde, et la puisnesse le terce  15 Ed III 407
ainznesce fille, fille ainznesce
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