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avenue (1273-82)

[ FEW: 24,191a advenire; Gdf: 1,519a avenue; GdfC: 8,253c avenue; TL: 1,725 avenue; DEAF: ; DMF:  avenue; TLF:  avenue; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: 36c adventus ]
avenu,  avenew,  avenewe,  avenw  

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1arrival, coming
( c.1292; MS: c.1300 )  fere somoundre la graunt assise encountre la avenue (var. (M: s.xivin) venue) de (l. dé) Justices  ii 335
( MS: s.xiv1/4 )  issint ke la Prioresse esteit garni devant lour avenu et en lour absens  104
( c.1334; MS: s.xivm )  Cist A. propheta de ambeus les advenues Nostre Seignur Jesu Crist  77.14
( a.1382 )  […] queux avoint entendu soun avenu  4.26
astron.first appearance (of new moon)
( 1273-82; MS: s.xivex )  Pur quoi la lune en s’avenue Se montre droitement cornue  4393
2law(required) attendance at court
( 1292 )  sy est apendaunt a infogenesthef e a deuz avenus de ses hommes par an  20-21 Ed I 159
( s.xiv )  Et que chesqun burgeis doit deux avenues al court le seigneur dedeinz la burgh par aan  ii 52
3lawaccess
( 1341 )  quant les places (=courts) furent clos, qe homme ne poait aver avenu  15 Ed III 387
lawmeans (of entry, especially into property)
( c.1292; MS: c.1300 )  les queles maneres de avenues (var. (N: c.1310) venues) de seisine prendre […]  i 354
4mil.encounter, battle
( 1280-1307; MS: s.xiv1 )  En chascun avenue pus la dissension, Chaeu est sur France la confusion  408.2087
( s.xivin; MS: 1312-40 )  vindrent en le champ, e ocistrent, a lur premer avenue, plus qe treis cent  20.8
( a.1382 )  les Engleis del dite warynsture primerment enbussez et pur avenu ordeynez  30.29
avenir#1  venue#1 
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