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cité (1113-19)

[ FEW: 2/i,724b civitas; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,101a cité; TL: 2,448 cité; DEAF:  cité; DMF:  cité; TLF:  cité; OED:  city n.; MED:  cite n.; DMLBS: ]
cited,  citee,  citet,  citié;  citté,  cittee;  ceté,  cetee;  seté,  scité,  sité,  sitté; 
pl. citeis,  chité  ii 7  

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1city, fortified town
( 1113-19; MS: s.xii3/3 )  les muralz muntat De Rume la citet  667
( c.1136-37; MS: s.xiii1/3 )  D'iloc en vont a Rouecestre, Iloec rot bataille campestre, Mult ocistrent des paisanz Mais les plusurs furent fuianz; Qui entrer pot en la cited, Si fud garid  2421
( s.xii2; MS: s.xiiex )  E li reis David prist la cited e les fortelesces e mult la esforçad e Jerusalem l'apelad  69.9
( 1357 )  en tutz les cités, burghs et auncienz demenes  119
( 1365-66 )  les bones gens del mister d’orfaverie de la seté de Loundres  98
( 1402 )  ferount serement [...] que ils serount bons et loiaulx a le roy, et a le couronne d’Engleterre, et a le citté de Bourdeux  i 450
2toponymCity of London
( 1327 )  l’ermitage de Crepilgate qi est deins la puraillé de la citee  136
cité de Deu
theol.City of God, New Jerusalem
( s.xii1; MS: s.xiim )  Glorioses choses dites sunt de tei, cited (vars. citet (P)MS: s.xii4/4) de Deu  123.LXXXVI.2
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