coffin (1230-53)

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coffin (1230-53)

[ FEW: 2/ii,1153b cophinus; Gdf: 2,168b cofin; GdfC: ; TL: 2,523 cofin; DEAF:  cofin; DMF:  couffin; TLF:  couffin; OED:  coffin n.; MED:  cofin n.; DMLBS: 486c cophinus ]
coffine;  cofin,  cophin,  kofin,  pl. cofyngs  124  

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1basket, chest, container
( 1230-53 )  E du relief ki est remis, Douze coffins sunt emplis  1262
( 1417-18 )  les avantditz evydencez […] en diverse kofyns et boxez mys  382
( 1436 )  j. coffin aveque peinte pot  96
( MS: s.xiii/xiv )  cophinis: (D) cofins(vars. hanapers (C)MS: xiii2; hanaper (L)MS: xiii/xiv)  ii 75
culin.pastry-case
( s.xivin )  festes de cest past coffyns de hautesce de deus deis  864.11
( 1361-62 )  cofyns de anys confyt et gobetes reale  126
2body, passenger or goods compartment of a cart
( c.1305; MS: s.xiv1/3 )  Le cofyn del char ou le enclouer  31
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