eglenter (s.xii3/3)

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eglenter (s.xii3/3)

[ FEW: 25,74a *aquilentum; Gdf: ; GdfC: 8,53a aiglantier; TL: 1,232 aiglentier; DEAF: ; DMF:  églantier; TLF:  églantier; OED: ; MED:  eglenter n.; DMLBS: ]
eglentere,  eglentier;  eglanter,  eiglentre;  aiglenter;  anglentere  ii 143.78 englenter,  eclenter  ii 148.78  


1bot.treeseglantine, various plants producing bright red berries, including briar, wild rose, strawberry-tree, cornel, crab-apple, etc.
( s.xii3/3; MS: s.xiiim )  Meis buissun unt le liu purpris, E eglenter e arbreissal  1467
( MS: s.xiii )  rubetum: (A) englenter  ii 52
( MS: s.xiii )  cornus: (C) eglenter gallic  ii 31
( MS: s.xiii )  arbutus: eglenter  i 122
( MS: s.xiiiex )  arbutus: botun de hay =hawthorn, eglentere  26
( MS: s.xiiiex ) bodegar: (C) le eglenter  ii 143.78
( MS: c.1300 )  bedegar: gallice englenter  124.64
bot.eglantine branch
( s.xii3/4; MS: s.xiiim )  Saint Lorenz ont desvestu; Batent lei (=him) d’aiglenter tot nu  523
butun d’eglenter berry (as worthless object)
( c.1235; MS: c.1235 )  Kar ne vaut lur poisance un butun d’eglenter  1672
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