esculer (1121-25)

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esculer (1121-25)

[ FEW: 3,279a excolare; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,520c escouler; TL: 3,944 escoler 3; DEAF: ; DMF:  écouler; TLF:  écouler; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: 834c excolare ]
escoler;  ecoler,  ecuiler;  sculer  


1to run off, drain out
( c.1235; MS: c.1235 )  De lances [...] Ferent [...] cist pautener vassal Ke tut est esculé l’entrail[le] corporal (=of Alban)  1610
( 1293 )  ecoler le ewe ceo est lesser le ewe passer a les eclus  20-21 Ed I 417
to shake out
( s.xivin; MS: 1382 )  Aprés manger, nape escule (M.E. Aftur mete clothe slake l.shake)  351


1to flow (down)
( c.1235; MS: c.1235 )  Veez ci la croit Auban ke il au muriant Teinst en sun sanc demeine de son cors esculant  1187
to ooze
( MS: s.xv )  Pur aposteimes ke ecuille de dedens ventre  135.E213

( 1121-25; MS: s.xiv1 )  Uindre la (=the boat) fist qu’esculante (var. (B: s.xii4/4) scrillante; (D: s.xiii1) escolante) Od l’unde fust  177


( MS: s.xiii2 )  fex, inde defecatus, -ta, -tum: (D) gallice escolé  (ms. escalé)  ii 28
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