disciple (c.1141)

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disciple (c.1141)

[ FEW: 3,92a discipulus; Gdf: 2,718a disciple; GdfC: 9,386a disciple; TL: 2,1504 desciple; DEAF: ; DMF:  disciple 1; TLF:  disciple; OED:  disciple n.; MED:  disciple n.; DMLBS: 679b discipulus ]
discipli,  diciple;  desciple,  deciple,  deciplie,  descipli,  desiple  

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1acad.pupil, learner
( c.1240; MS: s.xiii3/4 )  Li mires face sun deciplie tenir la main al malade  i 75
( 1261 )  issi sount il disciples la ou il dusent estre mestres  238
( c.1300; MS: s.xv2 )  [L]es desiples Ypocras le sage depaintent une ymage semblable a Ypocras en parchemin  308
Bibl.theol.disciple (of Christ)
( c.1141; MS: s.xiii4/4 ) Si disciple i serrunt Ke tut iceo verrunt; E el ciel le verrunt Munter sus cuntremunt  325
( s.xiii1/3; MS: s.xivin )  li disciple Dampnedeu Ki apostle sunt nomez  3181
( 1268; MS: c.1300 )  (J.C.) les pez ses desciples lava  11133
( c.1325 )  Tandyis que Seyn Jan estoyt en prisoun, yl envoyat deus de ces desciplis a Jhesus por ly dire que Heroudes ly tenist a tort en sa prisoun  34.9
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