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chapel2 (1160-74)

[ FEW: *2/i,279a *cappare; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF:  chapler (*); DMF: ; TLF: ; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: 276b capulus ]
capel,  capele,  caple;  chaple  


1weaponsmil.hilt (of sword)
( 1160-74; MS: s.xvii )  Se espees vous faillent n’alez por ce muser, O peiz et o cros lez poez affronter; As lances percier, as escus estroer, Au chaple dez espees lez feronz enverser  i 146.4056
( 1216-25; MS: s.xiiim )  el chaple del espeie, ki fu de fin or  18.17
( c.1290; MS: s.xivin )  Le capele (M.E. the hilte) de l’espeie fu de fin or  (C) 14ra
( MS: s.xiiiex )  Eruginatores gladiorum cumulant denarios vendendo gladios bene exeruginatos, qui habent tholos et capulos gloss: (C) capeus (var. (D: s.xiii/xiv) e lé heutes;  (D*: s.xiii/xiv) hultis;  (L: s.xiii) hautes ) rutilantes et novas vaginas  i 197.17 and ii 128.17
2agriculturalhandle (of plough)
( MS: s.xiii/xiv )  ansa: andle de pot et brache de chaer et chapel de charue  ii 84
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