chaufour (s.xiv1)

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chaufour (s.xiv1)

[ FEW: 2/i,79a calefacere; Gdf: 2,96c chaufeor; GdfC: 9,62a chauffoir; TL: 2,330 chaufëor; DEAF:  chaufer; DMF: ; TLF: ; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: 243b calefacere ]
chauffouer,  chaufur;  chafer  


1vessel for heating water, (warming-)pan
( s.xiv1; MS: s.xivm )  Lors fist i caldrouns et chaufours: ce sount vasseux de oweltee el foundament  241rb
( 1378-79 )  un chaufour d’argent blanc gravé en le tenelle ové les armes quarterés  E101/400/6
( 1381 )  un chaufour d’argent ové troys pees et un handle  i 183
( 1396; MS: c.1400 )  bacins, chauffouers, un yauver pendant  49
( 1429-30 )  In ij chaufours pro aqua califacianda  142
( 1440-41 )  pro emendacione 1 chafer pro hospicio d’ni Prioris  627
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