cendle (s.xiii1)

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cendle (s.xiii1)

[ FEW: *11,283b scandula; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF:  essende (*); DMF: ; TLF: ; OED:  shindle n. / shingle n.; MED:  shingle n.1; DMLBS: 2968b scindula ]
cendel,  cendele;  sendle,  cedle, 
pl. cendlos  ii 103.157  


1archit.slat, lath, thin piece of wood
( MS: s.xiii1 )  scindulis: cendles  ii 103.158
( MS: s.xiii2 )  Asseres autem sub cra[t]ibus in area quadrige collocentur, limonibus per columbaria cidularum gloss: (C) cedles (var. (D: s.xiii/xiv) de latis; (L: s.xiii/xiv) de lathe) cidularum ex transverso ductarum erectis  i 185.156 and ii 74.156
( MS: s.xiv )  Erat autem sarcitectoris, non cementarii, artificio ex cindulis gloss: cendlis .i. hinglis non lapidibus per succedines et epiros iunctum atque compactum  ii 60.88
studdle, upright post of a loom
( MS: s.xiii2 )  in weaving: Cidulas gloss: (C) cendlez, stodles(var. (D: s.xiii/xiv) latis ) habe[a]t trabales, columbaribus disti[n]ctas [et] e diversa regione sese respicientes  i 184.72 and ii 73.72
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