charnous (1266-1300)

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charnous (1266-1300)


[ FEW: 2/i,384b caro; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,52b charnos; TL: 2,277 charnos; DEAF:  char 2; DMF:  charneux; TLF:  charneux; OED:  carnose adj.; MED:  carnous adj.; DMLBS: 285a carnosus ]


1anat.(of human body or part of body) fleshy
( 1266-1300; MS: c.1300 )  Et fait a savoir que l’estomac est plus chaud el fons ke ne soit par deseur, car li fons est charnous  81.317
( 1266-1300; MS: s.xiv1/4 )  le sisime (=sign) le col nervous et assés gros ne [g]aires charnous  313
fruitbot.(of fruit) fleshy, pulpy
( 1266-1300; MS: s.xiv1/4 )  Entre totes celes (=plums) sount meillours ke sount charnouses e de tenve peel  300
charnel#1  charnu 
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