elevatiun (c.1270)

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elevatiun (c.1270)

[ FEW: 5,283b levare; Gdf: 3,480b eslevation; GdfC: 9,429a elevation; TL: ; DEAF: ; DMF:  élévation; TLF:  élévation; OED:  elevation n.; MED:  elevacioun n.; DMLBS: 763c elevatio ]


1hoisting (of prisoner on to pillory)
( s.xiiiex; MS: s.xiv1/3 )  overtes penaunces sunt cestes [...] elevacion al pillorie, al tumbrel, emprisonement  142
2liturgicaleccl.Elevation (of the Host)
( c.1270; MS: s.xiii4/4 )  (At the Requiem Mass for St. Richard) quant a l’elevatiun vint, Sa face trestute devint Cum fut la face d’un home vivant )  85 M61
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