commociun (s.xii1)

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commociun (s.xii1)

[ FEW: 2/ii,959a commotio; Gdf: 2,195c commocion; GdfC: 9,134b commotion; TL: 2,611 comocïon; DEAF:  comocïon; DMF:  commotion; TLF:  commotion; OED:  commotion n.; MED:  commocioun n.; DMLBS: 397a commotio 2 ]
commocion,  commotiun;  comocion  


1commotion, agitation
( s.xii1; MS: 1155-60 )  Ne duinst en commotiun (Latin: Non det in commotionen) le tuen piet  234.CXX.3
( s.xiii2/4; MS: s.xiii2 )  cest mund […] est Tutdis en commociun  152ra37
2disorder , disturbance
( 1400-01 )  pur ouster le grand truble et commocion q’ent purront sourdre en vostre people  iii 465
( 1406 )  plusours commocions et riotes  iii 575
med.upset, disorder
( s.xiii2/4; MS: s.xiii3/4 )  Sancglot si est .i. son de la violente comocion de l’estomac  i 212
3deeds, doings, works
( s.xii1; MS: 1155-60 )  E si ublierent les commotiuns (Latin: cogitationum) de lui  138.LXXVII.11
en commociun de
1inciting, provoking
( 1382 )  en commocion du poeple a grand peril de tout le roialme  ii 26 v
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