especerie (s.xiii1)

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especerie (s.xiii1)

[ FEW: 12,154b species; Gdf: 3,518a especerie; GdfC: 9,543c espicerie; TL: 3,1167 especerie; DEAF:  espece (especerie); DMF:  épicerie; TLF:  épicerie; OED:  spicery n.; MED:  spiceri(e n.; DMLBS: ]
eçpiseri,  espeserie,  espiceri,  espicerie,  espiserie,  espiceryre  (D) 24.239  


1coll.(also used in plural) spicery, spice(s), aromatic vegetable condiment(s)
( c.1300 )  La custume d’espycerie etc.: de la bale de peyvere, gyngyvere [...]  ii 8
( c.1334; MS: s.xivm )  un odour si douce et si refleraunt come ceo fust d’espiceries et oynementz preciouses  320.11
( MS: s.xiii1 )  apoteca: espeserie  17.43
( MS: s.xiii2 )  apoteca: (D) especerie  ii 20.2020
3(office of) spicery, department of a royal or noble household in charge of the keeping of spices and other housekeeping supplies
( 1318; MS: s.xv )  toutz les offices de l’hostiell (=of the king), come de panetrie, botillerie, celerie, lardrie, espicerie […]  245
vin d’especerie
1beverageoenol. spiced wine
( s.xiv1/3 )  Vin d’ especerie, canel, [...]  867.26
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