barge (1121-25)

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barge (1121-25)

[ FEW: 1,251a barca; Gdf: ; GdfC: 8,293c barge; TL: 1,843 barge; DEAF:  barge; DMF:  barge 1; TLF:  barge 2; OED:  barge n.1; MED:  barge n.; DMLBS: 182c bargia 1 ]


1ship.barge, sea-going vessel with sails
( 1121-25; MS: s.xiv1 )  plus n'i targe; Vait s'en al vent tut la barge  620
( MS: s.xiii )  barcha: (B) barge (var. (C: s.xiii2) barche)  i 227
( 1409-10 )  pur le lowaunce d’un barge et rowers v.s.  12 Hen IV
mil.ship.war vessel (usually attending upon a greater ship)
( c.1340 )  [...] nefs, barges, balingers et d'autres vesseaulx de guerre  4
2barge, river boat
( c.1339 )  et qe la nef ne seit dischargé par barges ne autrement  ii 173
( 1321 )  il deit aver receu de li un barge de feyn a Waltham  Ed II xxvi 287
4herald.(depiction of a) barge, galley
( c.1280; MS: c.1280 )  Le Rey de B., l’escu de azur od treis barges d’argent  68.11
( c.1350; MS: s.xvin )  Le Roy de G. porte d’azure ové une barge, verge, mast et phaane d’or et cables d’argent  321
bargemen  bargette  bargier 
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