cognaciun (c.1200)

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cognaciun (c.1200)

[ FEW: 2/i,843a cognatus; Gdf: 2,169b cognacion; GdfC: 9,118c cognation; TL: 2,525 cognacïon; DEAF:  cognat (cognation); DMF:  cognation; TLF:  cognation; OED:  cognation n.; MED:  cognacioun n.; DMLBS: 372c cognatio ]


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( c.1200; MS: s.xiii1 )  De ta cognaciun N’avum altre home ui ki portast icest nun  83
( c.1270; MS: s.xiii4/4 )  E la cognaciun e la menee De joie sunt tuz enlescee  M170
( s.xiv1; MS: c.1361 )  apella Jacob son pere et tote sa cognacioun (Latin: cognationem)  (A) 364d
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