cirographe (1165-80 (?))

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cirographe (1165-80 (?))

[ FEW: 2/i,632b cheir-; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,82b chirographe; TL: 2,443 cirografe; DEAF:  cirografe; DMF:  chirographe; TLF:  chirographe; OED:  chirograph n.; MED:  cirograf n.; DMLBS: 328c chirographum ]
cirograf,  cirografe,  cirograff,  cirograffe,  cirograife,  cirograph,  cirographe,  cirogref,  cirogrefe,  cirogreffe;  sirograf,  sirograffe,  criograffe  205  


1written bond, agreement
( 1165-80?; MS: s.xiiiin )  Serf me fis, al malfé enclin, Par cyrografe e en parchemin  175.368
lawchirograph, indenture
( 1171-74; MS: c.1200 )  Un cyrogrefe unt fet e en deus detrenchié  1022
( 1260; MS: s.xiv1/3 )  un escrit com cyrographe fu fet entre eus  137
( 1268 )  si come les parties du cyrograffe ke fust fet entre eaus pleinement les tesmoynent  i 476
( 1291 )  […] qe vous voudrez liverer par cyrographe endenté entre vus e li  i 1
( 1341 )  par roulles endentez de troiz peces a la manere d’une cyrograffe  ii 132
( 1259 )  est faiz cist escriz parti par cirogreffe  i 50
( 1373 )  le cirograffe dust prendre pur l’engrossement d’un fyn qe quatre souldz  ii 319
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