bai2 (c.1240)

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bai2 (c.1240)

[ FEW: *1,282b batare; Gdf: ; GdfC: 8,272b baie 2; TL: ; DEAF:  beer (baie) / baie 2; DMF:  baie 3; TLF:  baie 1; OED:  bay n.2; MED:  bai n.3; DMLBS: 175a baia 1 ]
baie  

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1geog.bay, gulf
( c.1240; MS: c.1300 )  enz une urette replenie Esteit la baie (=Mont-Saint-Michel)  25
( s.xiii3/3; MS: s.xivm )  le port du baye ou Virgille fist les baynes, q’est dis lieux de Naples  8.13
( 1430 )  pour aler a Calscheshord querre lez ankerages des Esterling et Flemyng venant de la bai  118
toponymBay of Biscay
( 1376 )  lour niefs (requisitioned to take seneschal of Gascony to Bordeaux) passeront al Bay pur ceyl (=salt) illoeqes chargere  ii 346
( 1378 )  certeins Flamynges prises en la Bay  iii 50
2archit.bay
( 1438-39 )  pro sarracione bordarum pro le bay in stabulo  73
( 1454-55 )  Et in 8 planchours cum serracione et factura unius bay pro equis in stabulo  191
3(bow-shaped) dam
( 1387-88 )  auxi les ditz carpenters ferront la Wharf [...] vers l’est del bai tanq’a un pount de merym illoesques  468
bai fenestre
1archit.bay window
( 1342 )  une bai fenestre  434
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