arenger (s.xii2/4)

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arenger (s.xii2/4)

[ FEW: 16,244b hring; Gdf: 1,389a arengier; GdfC: 8,174c arengier; TL: 1,512 arengier; DEAF:  renc (arengier); DMF:  arranger; TLF:  arranger; OED:  arrange v.; MED:  arengen v.; DMLBS: ]
arengier,  enrenger  

v.a.

1to draw up (in ranks)
( MS: s.xii2/4 )  Joe.s voell aler querre e entercer, Dedevant vos juster e enrenger  2182
( s.xii3/4; MS: s.xiv2 )  par l’ost vet brochant, E trove ses genz qui vont lur conreis ordenant, Escheles e batailles par les rengs arengant (vars. avenant (C)MS: s.xiiim; arainant (P)MS: c.1310)  1730
( s.xii3/4; MS: s.xiv2 )  Donc ad Alisandre sa gent fet arenger  4479
( c.1185 )  Li reis sa grant ost ordeina, En dis conreis les arenga  822
( s.xiiiin; MS: s.xiiim )  A ço que la bataille ert arengé E les escheles pur comencer mellé  (E) 14046
to place alongside
( 1300; MS: s.xiv1 )  Le bon Robert le Fiz Roger Vi je sa baniere arenger Lez cele au conte en cele alee  103. 94

v.refl.

1to prepare oneself, draw oneself up
( 1280-1307; MS: s.xiv1 )  la route de raskaille Arenger se comence al foer de bataylle  315.924
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