cloistre (c.1245)

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cloistre (c.1245)

[ FEW: 2/i,752b claustrum; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,113b cloistre; TL: 2,497 cloistre; DEAF:  cloistre; DMF:  cloître; TLF:  cloître; OED:  cloister n.; MED:  cloistre n.; DMLBS: 355c claustrum ]
clostre,  cloustre;  claustre;  sclostre  

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1archit.cloister
( c.1245; MS: c.1255 )  De plum la iglise ben covre. Clostre i fait, chapitre a frund  2308
( a.1399 )  en le nefe de l’eglise et en le cloistre  95.28
monasticeccl.monastic precinct
( c.1350 )  Cloystre apellons l’eglise, dortour, refectour, chapitle et lour clos deyns lé qeux aylont  98
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