espiritauté (1268)

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espiritauté (1268)

[ FEW: 12,191b spiritualitas; Gdf: 3,524c esperituauté; GdfC: 10,710a spiritualité; TL: 3,1189 esperitüalité; DEAF: ; DMF:  espiritualité / spiritualité; TLF:  spiritualité; OED:  spiritality n. / spirituality n. / spiritualty n.; MED:  spiritalte n. / spiritualite n. / spiritualte n.; DMLBS: 3162b spiritalitas ]
espiritualeté,  espiritualité,  espiritualtie,  espiritualté,  espirituauté,  espiritualtee,  espirituelté;  espuritualité;  spiritualité,  spiritualté  

s._sg._and_pl.

1eccl.canon.spirituality, ecclesiastical jurisdiction
( 1268; MS: c.1300 )  ceo ke apent a l’espiri[tu]auté Par clers deit estre determiné  11029
( 1268; MS: c.1300 )  Lai entremettre ne se deit D’espirituauté en nul endreit  11034
( 1311 )  nous sumes gardeyn de la chose espirituale (var. del espiritualité) auxi com Metropolitan de lue  Ed II xi 58
( 1338-39 )  administrour de la espuritualité du cité e de la diocise de W.  150
( a.1399 )  (the bishops) dissoient a les seignurs qe de sa (=the bishop’s) persone ne de ses espiritualtés n’avoient affair  100.12
eccl.canon.body exercising ecclesiastical jurisdiction
( 1391 )  ycelles purchaces deveignont hors du [sic] mayns des temporaltees en les mayns des espiritualtees  iii 294
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