burel (c.1170)

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burel (c.1170)

[ FEW: 1,630b bura-; Gdf: 1,758c burel; GdfC: 8,395b burel; TL:  burel 3; DEAF:  bure 2 (burel); DMF:  bureau; TLF:  bureau; OED:  burel n.1; MED:  burel n. 1; DMLBS: 225c burellus ]
bureau;  borel,  burrelle,  birril  


1textilecoarse woollen stuff or garment, frieze, baize
( s.xii3/3; MS: s.xiiim )  N’unt pas vestu burels engleis, Meis peliçuns veirs e hermins  1648
( c.1170; MS: s.xiiiex )  N’est a li cummunal Nul ki vest el pais u burel u cendal  379
( 1233 )  de E. .i. chalun’; de R de M. .i. burell’  i 32
( MS: c.1275 )  chescun grant ustil (=loom) dunt l’en ovre bureaus doit [...] cinc soz par an  28.11
( MS: s.xiv1/3 )  Ausi bien sunt amorettes souz bureau cum souz brunetes  219.1
( MS: s.xiii/xiv )  polomitam: borel  i 142
( s.xiii; MS: 1606 )  Sir R. le F.W. porte borel d’argent et d’azure ou trois chapeus de gulez  87.40
( 1298; MS: s.xiii )  E. de V. porte burel d’argent et d’asur, poudré de merloz de goules  416.101
3 name (used as a surname)
( 1194 )  Roger Burel  Burrell
( 1253 )  William Birril  Burrell
( 1310 )  Thom[as] Borel  Burrell
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