coge (s.xiiiex)

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coge (s.xiiiex)

[ FEW: 2/i,534b caudica; Gdf: 2,294a coque 1; GdfC: 9,116c coche 2; TL: 2,513 coche 2; DEAF:  coche 2; DMF:  coche 2; TLF:  coche 1; OED:  cog n.1; MED:  cogge n.1; DMLBS: 372b cogga 1 /372b coggo ]
cog,  cogg,  cogge,  cogke,  cow,  cocgne,  goge  ii 148.80  

s., ship used for transporting goods or for military purposes
( MS: s.xiiiex ) triremes: (C) snages, cogkes (var. (D*: s.xiii/xiv) coggis;  (L: s.xiii) cocgnes )  ii 144.80
( 1324 )  180 neefs dount partie sont cogges de Alemaigne  121
( 1347-60 )  la nief du Roi nomee la Cog Thomas  E101/25/32 m
( 1376 )  […] si fust chacez par tempest en Kirkelerode un cog  ii 327
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