deriver1 (s.xiii2/4)

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deriver1 (s.xiii2/4)

[ FEW: 10,412b ripa; Gdf: 2,642c desriver; GdfC: 9,358a desriver 1; TL: 2,1438 deriver; DEAF: ; DMF:  dériver 1; TLF:  dériver 1; OED:  derivate v. / derive v.; MED:  derivaten v. / deriven v.; DMLBS: 625a derivare ]
desriver,  diriver  

v.a.

1to derive, draw off, channel away from its main source
( MS: s.xiiim )  Tute la ewe ke i vent est derivee e enbut  (ed. enbuc[e]) es ortz e es gardins  127 (C)
fig.to stem, flow (from), originate (in)
( s.xiii2/4; MS: s.xiii2 )  Quant ke de Adam est dirivé Home devient plein de deblie  89va13
( 1268; MS: c.1300 )  Le solail ad treis propretez; Sustance del cors, e clarté E chalur de ces deus derivé  776
( 1268; MS: c.1300 )  (grace) est derivee De celi k’est de grace funtaine  9182

v.n.

1to flow down
( 1268; MS: c.1300 )  determiner Premistes coment deriver Put grace en vertuz premerement  7066
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