esclice (c.1185)

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esclice (c.1185)

[ FEW: 17,151b *slitan; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,517b esclice; TL: 3,924 esclice; DEAF: ; DMF:  éclisse; TLF:  éclisse; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: ]
esclise,  esclisse;  eclice;  eclés,  eclise, 
pl. escliz  


1splinter, fragment
( c.1185; MS: s.xiiim )  La lance en esclises vola  3664
( 1190-1210; MS: c.1300 )  Les forz escuz font estroer, Les esclices amunt voler  3712
( s.xiii1/3; MS: s.xiiim )  Gui le refert en sun escu De sun espé trenchant molu. Que en halt fist les encliz voler  11151
2spatula, slice
( c.1240; MS: s.xiii3/4 )  puis le metez sur petite fue lent e movez bein od une esclice  i 48
( MS: c.1250 )  Hec spatula: esclice  i 414
wooden sword
(TBD)  cum lignea spata: ov le clise de fusz, espeye de fust, speye, esclyce, spey de tref  ii 139-40
3agriculturalimplementswingle-stock, plough-staff
(TBD)  excudia: escuche, swigleand, escuce, swengle, eclise  ii 139
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