apposer3 (s.xii1)

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apposer3 (s.xii1)

[ FEW: 15,43b apponere /8,73a pausare; Gdf: 1,347c apondre /1,349c aposer; GdfC: 8,151a aposer; TL: 1,460 apondre /1,463 aposer; DEAF:  apondre / poser (aposer); DMF:  appondre / apposer; TLF:  apposer; OED:  appose v.2; MED: ; DMLBS: 107b apponere 1 ]
aposer,  apouser,  appouser  


1to attach, afix
( 1357 )  En tesmoignance de la quele vision ou inspection, nous, le dit seeleur, le dit seel que nous portons a ces lettres avons appousé  (ed. apponse) et mys  iii 861
( 1374 )  ont fait mettre et aponser (l. apouser) leurs seals  i 29
apposer sur
1to add upon
( s.xii1; MS: c.1145 )  Apose felunie sur la felunie d’els, e ne entrent en la tue justise  82.68.32
apposer le coer a
1 to set one's heart on, desire
( s.xii1; MS: 1155-60 )  richeises se elles acurrent (Latin: affluxerint), n’i aposez (Latin: apponatis) le quer  105.LXI.10


1to do in addition
( s.xii1; MS: c.1145 )  Jugier a l'orphenin et a l'humle, que il ne apost en ultre magnifier sei li huem sur terre (Latin: ut non apponat ultra magnificare homo)  47.9.42
( s.xiim; MS: s.xiim )  que il ne apost en ultre magnifier sei li hum sur terre  523


apposer a
1 to be relevant to, apply to
( s.xii1; MS: s.xiiim ) mult [par] est leid le cors. Nen ad si cher[s] ami[s] qui il ne seit apost Puis qu[e] est mis en terre e covert e repos[t]  51
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