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charner1 (c.1136-65)

[ FEW: 2/i,366b cardo; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,52c charniere; TL:  charniere; DEAF:  charne; DMF:  charnière 1; TLF:  charnière; OED:  charnel n.2; MED:  charnel n.2; DMLBS: 281c cardo 1 ]
charnere,  charniere;  carnier, 
pl. carreres(l. carneres)  ii 94  


( c.1136-65; MS: c.1200 )  Des carnieres dunt tot est acient (l. aceint)  5501
( MS: s.xiiim )  E les freres leverent l’us a dreiture Del charner, si debriserent la serrure  1868
( 1433 )  ung petite tableau de deux feulles, tenans ensemble par charnieres  B112
( MS: s.xiii/xiv )  cardo: charnere de l’us  ii 84
( s.xiii2; MS: s.xiv1/4 )  Un deable [...] Bien ert appelé Auntecrist, Car charners etr a Jesu Crist: Car Dieux vint en terre pur sauver, Et cil vint on terre pur dampner  26
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