daneis (c.1170)

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daneis (c.1170)

[ FEW: 15/ii,53b danisk /3,12b danisk; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: 2,1195 danois; DEAF: ; DMF:  danois; TLF:  danois; OED:  Dane n. / Danish n. and adj.; MED:  Danish adj., n.; DMLBS: 557c Daneschus, Daneschius ]
danais,  danois;  danes;  denais,  deneis,  denois; 
f. danache,  danece,  daneche,  danesche,  daneise; 
f. denache,  deneche,  denesche,  danehache  

s.

1demonymDane
( s.xii3/3; MS: s.xiiiin )  li Daneis e li Engleis  215.27
( 1214-16; MS: s.xiv1/4 )  dona [...] la tere des Pors a Danays  907
( 1300-01 )  Bricius le Daneys  355
( 1309; MS: s.xvi2 )  ne unkis ne vulloit souffrir Engloys de nul maner d’office en sa court servir, meis il avoit de les avantditz Danes tout sa court paremplé  8.20

a.

1demonymDanish
( c.1170 )  Par lui est la dolur finie De la daneche desverie  454
( s.xii3/3; MS: s.xiiiin )  Cnut od ses freres Daneis  215.6
hache daneise
1mil.weaponsbattle-axe, two-edged axe
( MS: c.1250 )  hec bipennis: hache deneise  i 421
( 1300 )  une hache denesche dount le manuz fut de frene  iii 102
(TBD)  dacas: hache danece, [...] gallice hache danehache, hache danaches  ii 135
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