alie (1174-75)

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alie (1174-75)

[ FEW: 24,318a *alika; Gdf: 1,221b alie; GdfC: 8,81a alise; TL: 1,301 alie; DEAF: ; DMF:  alie / alise; TLF:  alise; OED:  aleys n.; MED: ; DMLBS: ]
allie,  aillie;  alis  

s.

1fruitbot.sorb-apple, service-berry
( s.xiii1 )  celsa: alies  20.78
( c.1230; MS: s.xiiim )  Mure neire u la prunele, Alie, frese u la cernele  4474
( c.1250; MS: 1307-25 )  Ly alier (M.E. cirnetre) (l. cirvetre) porte les alies (M.E. cirnes) (l. cirves)  683
(TBD)  celsa: morues (l. moures?)(vars. ( ) salics; ( ) alies)  ii 143
fig.(used to designate a worthless object)
( 1174-75; MS: c.1200 )  jas est un reis de pris; Ne dute les Flamengs vaillant a un alis  1624
( c.1213; MS: s.xivin )  Or nus rendum a fiz Marie, [Kar] nos deus ne valent une alie  440
pume alie
fig.worthless object
( 1312; MS: s.xiv1 )  Ja lur sarmon plus ne prise Ke poume alie (vars. loie (U)MS: s.xiv1/4; purrie (R)MS: s.xiv1; porie (T)MS: s.xiv2)  390
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