[crenel] (1121-25)

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[crenel] (1121-25)

[ FEW: 2/ii,1341a *crinare; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,244c crenel; TL: 2,1027 crenel; DEAF:  crenede (crenel); DMF:  créneau; TLF:  créneau; OED:  crenel n.; MED: ; DMLBS: ]
creinel;  carnel,  charnel;  cernel,  chernel;  cornel;  karnel,  kernal,  kernel,  kernelle,  kirnel,  kyrnel;  qernell; 
pl. carneaux,  carneus,  kerneaus,  kernerus,  kerneus,  kerneux,  herneal  176.30  


( 1121-25; MS: s.xiv1 )  N’i out chernel ne aleur Ne bretache ne nule tur  1671
( MS: s.xiiiin )  propugnaculum: kernel gallice vel britasche defensio  i 378
( MS: s.xiii )  arctum: creynel, creinel  i 227
( 1347-60 )  En .viij. charnels pur la dit cog  E101/25/32 m4
( c.1360-79; MS: s.xivex )  s'il ascoulte ascun revell, Il vait tantost sus au qernell, Savoir q'amonte ytiel clamour  11285
( MS: s.xiii2 )  cancelli: (C) lé kerneus(var. (D: xiii/xiv) carneus; (L: xiii/xiv) kernerus)  ii 70
a [creneaux]
( 1428-32 )  deux basses chandelers […] d’argent dorrés, overés chescun de six tourelles a carneaux  C19
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