heriter2 (s.xii1)

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heriter2 (s.xii1)


[ FEW: 4,410a hereditare; Gdf: 4,465b heriter; GdfC: 9,755c heriter; TL: 4,1450 ireter; DEAF: ; DMF:  heriter 1; TLF:  hériter; OED:  herit v.; MED:  heriten; DMLBS: 1149b hereditare ]
heritier;  eriter  


1to inherit
( s.xii1; MS: c.1145 ) li juste eriterunt la terre  63.36.31
( 1291 )  e loi requeste, solom le serment q’il ad fet, a plus prochein du saunk, qui par droit deyt heritier l’avantdit  i 756
2to make (someone) heir, to put someone in possession (of)
( s.xii1; MS: 1155-60 )  Esdrece tei, o Deus, juge la terre; kar tu heriteras tutes genz (Latin: quoniam haereditabis omnes gentes)  151.LXXXI.8
( c.1136-37; MS: s.xiiex )  Edward li reis [...] Mercenelant reçut en fiez; Elfled sa suer l'en heritad, Si cum Edred li reis rovad; Pur ço [k'enfant] ne pot aveir, Kant ele murut, sin fist sun eir  3491
( s.xiiex; MS: c.1335 )  Owein l'enfant bien feffa: De tote sa terre li herita, Qe bien aveit deservy  1230
( 1212; MS: 1212-13 )  Qui autrui voelt edefier Soi meisme entent heriter  13


1to inherit
( 1291 )  nule reson ne dirra qe ly plus loynteyn de saunk seyt plus procheyn a heriter  24


1hereditary, inherited
( c.1360-79; MS: s.xivex )  [...] Et dist de son droit heritee Que cel office a luy partient  923
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