conreour (1220)

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conreour (1220)

[ FEW: 16,697a *reþs; Gdf: 2,248a conreer 2; GdfC: 9,206a correeur; TL: 2,714 conreëor; DEAF:  conreer (conreeor); DMF:  conréeur / corroyeur; TLF:  corroyeur; OED:  currier n.1; MED:  curr(e)iour n.; DMLBS: 499a correator ]
conreor;  coreer,  correier,  correour;  coureer,  coureour;  cunreur,  cunreyour;  cureur,  curreour,  corner (l. conrer) cornel (l. conrer?)  (B) 215a couraour  Currier  


1occupationleathercurrier, one who dresses leather
( s.xiv1; MS: c.1361 )  cesti est herbergee en la maisoun de Symon le corner (l. conrer) (Latin: corarium), juste la meer  (A) 366d
( 1350-51 )  esporoners, tannours, correours  i 312 iv
( MS: s.xv )  quyrs que le correour rent en ewe  121.E37
2 name (used as as surname)
( 1220 )  Thurstan Conreor  Currier
( 1281 )  Henry le Coureer  Currier
( 1318 )  Adam le Conreour  i 310
( 1314 )  William le Coureour  Currier
( 1344 )  Joh. le Cunreyour  curr(e)iour n.
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