commutatiun (s.xii1)

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commutatiun (s.xii1)

[ FEW: 2/ii,964a commutare; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,136b commutation; TL: 2,649 comutacïon; DEAF:  comuer (comutacïon); DMF:  commutation; TLF:  commutation; OED:  commutation n.; MED:  commutacioun n.; DMLBS: 402a commutatio ]
commutation,  commutacion  


1change, vicissitude
( s.xii1; MS: 1155-60 )  Deus, tu propicius fus a els, e vengeur sur les commutatiuns d’eals (Latin: ultor super commutationes eorum)  180.XCVIII.10
2exchange, barter
( 1353 )  qe nul Engleis […] preigne paiement d’or ne d’argent […] en recompensacion ou commutacion  i 334 iii
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