charité (s.xii1/3)

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charité (s.xii1/3)

[ FEW: 2/i,376a caritas; Gdf: 2,73c charité; GdfC: 9,50b charité; TL: 2,266 charité; DEAF:  charité; DMF:  charité; TLF:  charité; OED:  charity n.; MED:  charite n.; DMLBS: 282c caritas ]
charitee,  charitet;  carité;  cherité;  karité,  karitet,  charrté,  charté  2255  

s., Christian love
( s.xii1/3; MS: s.xiiiex )  (through the power of a stone, man and wife) Fey garderunt, humilité, E parmeindrunt en charité  267.71
( c.1150; MS: c.1300 )  en veraie karitet Ait hom amor en Dampnedé  4333
( c.1270; MS: s.xiii4/4 )  fei e esperance e cherité  2324
( c.1285; MS: c.1297 )  par charité, c’est par seinte amur de son prome  77
act of charity
( c.1240; MS: c.1300 )  Oiez […] De la dame grant charité  173.60
2finan.tip, gratuity
( c.1260; MS: s.xiv1 )  La charité lui enveia, et le munestral receu l’a  4375
3burden, need for charity
( s.xii1; MS: s.xiim )  Jete sur le seignur ta charitet (Latin: charitatem)  95.LIV.24
pur Deu u et en opere de charité
(pur Deu et) (en) ovre de charité
pur Deu et en ovree de charité
ovraigne de charité
set ovres de charité
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