husbande (s.xiii2/4)

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husbande (s.xiii2/4)

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[ FEW: 16,275a husband; Gdf: 4,500b hosebaunde; GdfC: ; TL: 4,1182 hosebaunde; DEAF: H609 hosebonde; DMF: ; TLF: ; OED:  husband n.; MED:  housbond(e n.; DMLBS: 1187a husbondus ]
husbonde;  husebaunde,  husebonde,  husebunde;  hosbonde,  hosebaunde,  hosebonde,  hosbunde;  housebond  

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1agriculturaloccupationhusbandman, one who cultivates (or supervises the cultivation of) the soil (cf. MED housebonde)
( c.1285; MS: c.1312 )  E pur ceo fetes sagement cum fet le bon hosbunde: Changez chescun an votre semence a la seint Michel  324.c62
( 1376 )  les povres gentz et les husbandes de pais, qeux dussent travailer en leur labours et leur husbandriez  ii 357
( 1388 )  par chierté des ditz laborers et servantz, les husbandes et terretenantz ne poent paier lour rentes ne a peyne vivre sur lour terres  ii 57
domesticoccupationhousekeeper, steward
( c.1295-98 )  voloms qe il (=the marshal) soit le premer del hostel levé e le darrein couché, qar il doit estre com hosebonde de hostel  243
kinshiphusband, head of a family or household
( s.xiii2/4; MS: s.xiii2 )  Cist husbonde est Jesu Crist Ki tut guverne  79va34
( s.xivin; MS: c.1335 )  (Fouke) esposa dame Mahaud de Caus [...] e pus [...] lessa sa femme yleqe e revynt al boys a ces compaignouns [...]. Yl ly escharnyerent e rierent e le apelerent hosebaunde  30.27-28
husbandman  husbandrie 
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