bagge (s.xiiiex)

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bagge (s.xiiiex)

[ FEW: 1,204a *baga; Gdf: 1,550a bague; GdfC: 8,271a bague 1; TL: 1,793 bague; DEAF:  bague; DMF:  bague 2; TLF:  bague; OED:  bag n.; MED:  bagge n.1; DMLBS: 175a baga ]
bagg;  bage,  bague  

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( MS: s.xiiiex )  Pus le versez ens une bage de canevaz  283
( 1341 )  E avoit les deners en une bagge  15 Ed III 75
( 1423 )  i petite bagge de petitz perles  iv 216
law(green-)bag (bag of green material formerly used by lawyers for documents)
( 1302 )  pristrent lor roulez e lez misterent en lor bagges  30-31 Ed I 75
( 1321 )  q’il soit escrit a chacune bagge a qi les roules sunt [...] qe sunt deinz la bage  Ed II xxvi 12
( 1346 )  Veetz cy la bagge ensealé od les munementz  20 i Ed III 571
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( 1428 )  Mathee Daniel: j bague de alum cust. j d.  46
( 1436 )  .j. bag de greine poisant iiij. li.  110
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