cave1 (s.xii3/4)

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cave1 (s.xii3/4)

[ FEW: 2/i,559a cavus; Gdf: 2,100a chave1; GdfC:  cave 1 / cave 2; TL: 2,76 cave 1 /2,76 cave 2; DEAF: ; DMF:  cave; TLF:  cave1 / cave3; OED:  cave n.1; MED:  cave n.; DMLBS: 308a cavitas /308a cavus ]
cauve;  chave;  kave  


( 1163-70; MS: s.xiii2 )  Un vaissel fait cum un bacin, Cave fud e bien enterin  5371


1geog.cave, hole, grotto
( s.xii3/4; MS: s.xiv2 )  As fossez, en caves meinent cum lion  5966
( c.1290; MS: s.xivin )  Enclos fut il en une cave (M.E. holou roche)  809
( s.xiii2; MS: 1333-34 )  caves en terre firent  (A) (L) 470
( MS: 1330-40 )  la cave la ou Nostre Dame se mussa ou son fitz  120.9
earth (of fox, badger), den (of bear)
( 1212; MS: 1212-13 )  Fors de sa cave ert esleissiez Li ours  9311
( c.1230; MS: 1275-85 )  L’envius hu[n]ist e deprave Cum gupil [a] tessun sa cave  32
den (of thieves)
( s.xiii4/4; MS: 1307-15 )  de Seint Eglise fist cave de robours  200
2anat.instep (of foot)
( s.xiv1; MS: s.xivm )  treherent ses (=J.C.’s) piés tanqe les caves des piés feurent outre le treu  99.14
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