daufin (s.xii2)

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daufin (s.xii2)

[ FEW: 3,35a delphinus; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,295b delfin; TL: 2,1200 daufin; DEAF: ; DMF:  dauphin; TLF:  dauphin 1; OED:  dolphin n.; MED:  dolfin n.; DMLBS: 604a delphin ]
dauffin,  dauphine;  delfin,  delphin;  dolfin,  dolphin  

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1ich.zool.dolphin
( MS: s.xii2 )  delfin[us], mereswyn: delfin  i 25
( s.xivin; MS: s.xivm )  un pesson est en la mier, grant de cors e greignour de curtesie, delphyn appellé  67
( 1396; MS: s.xv1 )  le pourpeys, dolfyn et la baleyne  11.15
( MS: s.xvm )  Poison salcie [...] le dolfyn  372
herald.
( c.1350; MS: s.xvin )  Le Roy de Malogres porte de goules ové deux dolphins d’or bouche a bouche  321
2dauphin
( 1297 )  Li cuens de Henaut, Le dauphine de Vienne  i 879
( 1298 )  le daufin de Vienne  i 898
( a.1399 )  le Dolphyn de Viene, le duke de A. [...]  46.20
daufin de(l) mer
1herald.dolphin
( s.xiii; MS: 1607 )  Le counte de Forest, gulez un dolphin del mere d’or  39.35
( c.1275 )  Le counte de Forest, de goule a un dauffin de mer d’or  47.37
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