[encovenancer] (s.xii2)

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[encovenancer] (s.xii2)

[ FEW: *2/ii,1126b convenire; Gdf: 3,115c enconvenancier; GdfC: ; TL: 3,260 encovenancier; DEAF: ; DMF:  enconvenancer; TLF: ; OED: ; MED:  encovenaunten v.; DMLBS: ]
encouvenancier,  encuvenancer,  encuvenancier;  encovenaunter  


1to promise
( 1190-1210; MS: c.1300 )  S’il vus rende la cité, Cum il vus a encuvenancé  20990
( MS: s.xiiim )  Puis vint le mirie, com l’ot encuvenancié  1485
( 1295 )  e ceo ay jeo ben fest, et Morgan me ad ceo ben encovenaunté  298
( 1337 )  Nous avons promis et enconvent bonnement […] a tenir, garder [...]  ii 5.23


1to promise
( s.xii2; MS: s.xii3/3 )  Le matin Jonathas vint as champs si cume encuvenancied out a David  42
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