especer1 (s.xiiiin)

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especer1 (s.xiiiin)

[ FEW: 12,154a species; Gdf: 3,528a espicier 1; GdfC: 9,544a espicier; TL: 3,1169 especier 2; DEAF:  espece (especier); DMF:  épicier; TLF:  épicier; OED:  spicer n. 1; MED:  spicer n.; DMLBS: 3146b speciarius ]
eçpiser,  especier,  espeicer,  espeser,  espicer,  espicier,  espicir,  apissor,  aspiaçor  


( MS: s.xiiiin )  ollas: gallice espiciers  14
2occupationdealer in spices, apothecary
( MS: s.xiii1 )  apotecarii: espesers  17.43
( c.1240; MS: s.xiii3/4 )  une ronde confeccion que lé especier apellent macdalions  i 46
( MS: s.xiiiex ) Apotecarii gloss: (C) les especers (var. (D*: s.xiii/xiv) lé spicers;  (D: s.xiii/xiv) aspiacores (l. aspiaçores);  (L: s.xiii) appissorus ), causa lucri, concumulant confectiones et electuaria  i 199.43 and ii 133.43
( s.xivin )  Pur ceo que Richard de Montpeillers, especer le roy, est assigné d'aler vers les parties de Londres pur diverses purveances faire pur la maladie le roy  41
( 1212; MS: 1212-13 )  Si lu fist oem especiers querre Qui [...] Durent son cors oindre e basmer  17651
4 name (used as a surname)
( 1230 ) Alexander le Espicer de nave que vocatur Stocstrong  spicer n.
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