collateral (1190-93)

Browse the Dictionary


Search Results

Your search results will appear here.

collateral (1190-93)

[ FEW: 5,205a latus 2; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,125a collateral; TL: 2,567 collaterel; DEAF: ; DMF:  collatéral; TLF:  collatéral; OED:  collateral adj. and n. ; MED:  collateral adj. ; DMLBS: 378b collateralis ]
collaterall;  colatural  


( 1190-93; MS: s.xiv1 )  les teres […] K’e a cel pais erent veisines, Ke l’om cleime collateraus  1609
2collateral, subsidiary
( c.1230; MS: 1275-85 )  De plusurs parz meut (=the air) plusurs venz, Dunt les quatre sunt cardinals, E uit altres collateral  1682
( 1292 )  tout seyt en la descente lineale e noun pas collaterale  20-21 Ed I 229
( 1314 )  en tiel cas il ad fee simple eant regard a les heirs collaterals et fee taillé a les heirs en la descente  Ed II xviii 55


1lawcollateral descendant
( 1355-64; MS: s.xivex )  le dit Edward fitz Isabel d'Engleter estoit le plus prochein mal [mes] tout ne mist il point de chalange [...], au mort soun dit uncle Charlis [...], tanqe un autre collateralle le fitz del uncle le avaunt dit Charles estoit coroné pur roys  66
( c.1270; MS: s.xiv1/3 )  Le seneschal deit estre joynt as contours ne mie cum soverein, ne compaygnon de l’aconte, mes cum collateral  288.c72
This is an AND2 Phase 1 (A-E) entry © 2000-2006 The Anglo-Norman Dictionary. On-line entry partially revised after the print version of AND2 went to press (2007-03-22) The printed edition of AND2 A-E is published by Taylor & Francis for the MHRA, sole owners of the print-media publication rights. All other rights reserved. Digitisation funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council of the United Kingdom.