botoner4 (s.xiii)

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botoner4 (s.xiii)

[ FEW: 15/i,224b *botan; Gdf: 1,713b boutoner; GdfC: 8,346a botoner; TL: 1,1096 botoner; DEAF:  boter (botoner); DMF:  boutonner; TLF:  boutonner; OED:  button v.; MED:  botonen v.; DMLBS: 210b botonare ]
boutonner,  p.p. botoné,  betonné  

v.n.

1bot.to be in, break into bud
( c.1275; MS: s.xivex )  Vermail com rose quant botone  1775
( c.1300 )  les arbres soi vestent de fuilhes, boutonnent et germent  83.371

v.refl.

1fig.to break out in buds
( c.1275; MS: s.xivex )  Quant seint E. se botone En roser de soeffrance bone  1345

p.p.

1bot.covered with buds
( c.1275; MS: s.xivex )  Sa char tot ausi botonee Com rosiers  4123
herald.botonny (referring to the three rounded knobs on each limb of a cross)
( s.xiii; MS: 1606 )  Sir G. de B. port la croys peré et patee et botonee d’argent  89.87
( MS: c.1334 )  Monsire de M., d’argent a un scheveron de goules croiselé de sable botoné  m 3
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