[escandale] (s.xii1)

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[escandale] (s.xii1)


[ FEW: 11,281a scandalum; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: 3,813 escandle; DEAF: ; DMF: ; TLF: ; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: 2954a scandalum ]
escandele,  escandle,  escanle;  eschandele  


1scandal, discredit resulting from misbehaviour
( s.xiii1; MS: s.xiii1 )  De discorde vienent tençuns, Escanles et disensiuns  444
a escandale de
to the detriment, shame of
( s.xii1; MS: s.xiiex )  Ju li durrai pur ço que ele li seit a eschandele e a mal  37
poser escandale encuntre
to defame, calumnify
( s.xii1; MS: s.xiim )  Sedanz encuntre tun frere parlowes, e encuntre le filz ta mere posowes escandle; icestes choses fesis tu, e je me toi  67.XLIX.21
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