balenger1 (c.1340)

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balenger1 (c.1340)

[ FEW: 1,222b ballena; Gdf: ; GdfC: 8,279b baleinier 2; TL: ; DEAF:  baleine 1 (baleinier); DMF:  baleinier; TLF:  baleinier; OED:  balinger n.; MED:  balinger n.; DMLBS: 177c balingera ]
balengere,  balengier;  balanger;  balingare,  balinger,  balynger,  balingere,  balyngere;  baliner,  balyner;  ballenier  


1ship.balinger, small and fast ship (originally a whale ship (?))
( 1375-76 )  bargeam et balingeram arraiatam apud Southampton  i 32
( 1377 )  ad unam parvam bargeam competentem vocatam balyngere cum remis  ii 161
( c.1340 )  nefs, barges, balingers et d'autres vesseaulx de guerre  4
( s.xvin )  un balengier d’Engleterre garni de gens d’armes appartenant a monsieur de Gray, admiral de la mer  328
( 1408 )  Jehan Degnez, maistre du ballenier de Somme, qui avoit prins un vessel pescheur du dit lieu  ii 256
( 1410 )  un balyner […] del portage de .l. tonelx  iii 643
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