arerer (s.xiiiin)

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arerer (s.xiiiin)

[ FEW: 24,182a *ad retro; Gdf: 1,410b arrierer; GdfC: 8,190c arrierer; TL: 1,530 arierer /1,530 arierir; DEAF: ; DMF:  arriérer / arriérir; TLF:  arriérer; OED:  arrear v.; MED:  arreren v.; DMLBS: ]
arerier;  arierer;  arrerer,  arrierer,  arerir,  arrerir;  ararer;  enrerir  

v.a.

1to put back, delay, hold up
( 1297 )  […] l’execucion de noz mandementz […] soit arerié ou empeschié en nule manere  393
( 1300 )  qe les busoignes qe nous menons ne feussent arrierés  206
to discomfit, humiliate
( s.xiiiin; MS: s.xiii2/4 )  Asez se pena de tant dire Par quei arierer peust seint Pierre  2956
2to hinder, be detrimental to
( 1315 )  sur rien ne lessasse qe par tut mon poer fusse eidant d’arerir vos enemis en les parties d’Irlande  74
( 1354; MS: c.1360 )  toutes les choses qe jeo poai ymaginer a dire qe purroit autri pris abatre et le mien enhaucer […] et tout pur les altres bons arrerir et moi metter avant  17
3to prevent
( c.1292; MS: c.1300 )  procuré fauses enquestes par quei dreiture fust arerié  i 89
( 1323-25 )  s’ils poeissent atteindre a lor purpos, le quel Dieus voille arreriret descrestre  154
4to diminish
( c.1285; MS: c.1312 )  e estre ceo votre gaignage serreit enrery  330
5finan.to put in arrears
( 1323 )  l’acount ad esté tant delayez et arreri  908

v.n.

1to diminish
( s.xiiiin; MS: s.xiii3/4 )  De jur en altre acrut l’onur Davi E l’Isboseth descrut e areri  (B) 9044

p.pr._as_a.

1localretiring, standing back
( s.xiii2/4; MS: s.xiii2 )  (at wedding) nul avancer ne se deit, Einz se deit tenir arerant Tant ke l’espus le trai avant  155vb21
( MS: s.xiii2 )  reculanti: (C) ararand, reculant  ii 67

p.p._as_a.

(=arere? the absence of accents in manuscripts and many editions means that there is endemic confusion between areré p.p. of arerer, and arere adv.)
1finan.in arrears
( 1422-23 )  Item pur quitrent a S. Maries Overey par iij ans arerez - xxvj s.  1 Hen VI
arere 
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