hose1 (s.xii2/4)

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hose1 (s.xii2/4)


[ FEW: 16,228a hosa; Gdf: 4,473c heuse 1; GdfC: ; TL: 4,1218 huese; DEAF: H693 huese; DMF:  house; TLF: ; OED:  hose n.; MED:  hose n.; DMLBS: 1175a hosa ]
hoese,  house,  huse,  huese,  huise;  ose;  hese,  heose,  heuse; 
pl. hesez,  hesus; 
pl. hosis,  hosus,  hase  


1costumehose, leggings
( c.1270; MS: s.xiv1/3 )  E prenge garde le provost, ke nul batur, ne nule ventresse ne prengne del blé pur aporter en seyn, ne en huise, ne en soulers  276.c38
( MS: c.1300 )  Ele (=mouse) maungera mé heses, E tuz le quyr de me purine (l. furure)  i 107
mil.greave, armour for the legs
( MS: s.xii2/4 )  Ben i ad or, matices e jacunces [...] Il les ad prises, en sa hoese les butet  641
( c.1185; MS: s.xiiim )  Hose sei de unes oses viez, Quatre tacuns out suz ses piez  7765
( MS: s.xiii1 )  ocreas: hosus  ii 102
( 1247 )  Calceamentisque militaribus, quae vulgariter heuses dicuntur, saeculariter, immo potius prodigialiter, calciati et calcarati  iv 599
(TBD)  ocreas: heses, hoseus, chausis de fer, esses  ii 136
(TBD)  tibialia: estyveuz, estivalia idem vel hesez, estivés, stiveus  ii 127
2build.a sleeving or covering which protects the protruding end of a ridge-piece in a timber roof
( 1380 )  et parfourmez cestassavoir en fundementz, chemeneys, huses, fenestres, esteyres, lathyng, tylyng et daubyng  459
hose de fer
mil.greave, armour for the legs
( 1271-72; MS: s.xiii4/4 )  hoses de fer en lor quisses destres  23.19
( MS: s.xiv )  o(b)crea: heuses de fer  i 36
chauce#1  esse#2  hosel 
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