[alleggeance]1 (c.1292)

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[alleggeance]1 (c.1292)

[ FEW: 24,328b allegare; Gdf: 1,214b alegance; GdfC: ; TL: 1,278 alegance; DEAF:  aleguer (*); DMF:  allégance; TLF: ; OED:  allegeance n.2; MED:  allegea(u)nce n.1; DMLBS: ]
alleggeaunce;  allegeance,  allegeaunce,  allegaunce,  allegeans;  alegiance,  alegiaunce;  aliejaunce;  leggeance  


( c.1292; MS: c.1300 )  les allegaunces (var. (N: c.1310) allegaciouns) le defendaunt  i 350
( 1311 )  de vostre faus ordinaunce se pleinent il. – Par vostre faus aliejaunce  (ed. alienaunce) etc. et sur ceo procurastes une suit estre fait ceinz en ceste court  Ed II xi 43
( 1312 )  encountre son fet demesne tiel fause alegiaunce et conspiracie fist le dit W. a tort  Ed II xii 215
( c.1354 )  par cause de quelle allegeance […] par tiele leggeance  75
( 1373; MS: s.xivex )  en cas qe tiele alleggeaunce fureit alleggé hors del Garde ou l’escryveyn qi l’avoit escript demoert […]  3
2lawciting, invocation
( 1340-41 )  ne se fra pas sur allegeance de cel recorde  14-15 Ed III 349
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