jacobin (1343-50)

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jacobin (1343-50)

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[ FEW: 5,11a Jacobus; Gdf: ; GdfC: 10,35c jacobin; TL: 4,1530 jacobin; DEAF: J23 jacobin; DMF:  jacobin 1; TLF:  jacobin 1; OED:  Jacobin n.1 and adj.1 / Jacobin n.2 and adj.2; MED:  Jacobin n.; DMLBS: 1496c Jacobinus ]
jacobyn;  jacopin,  jacopyn  

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1eccl.monasticDominican friar
( 1343-50 )  luy vestirent en poveres draps come un jacopyn  80.7
( c.1360-79; MS: s.xivex )  Pour bien regarder tout entour L’estat des clercs au present jour Et des religious auci, Du jacobin, carme et menour [...]  21760
( 1399; MS: s.xv1 )  un jacobin, un cordeler, un frere de carme, un augustin  51.16
2heresytheol.Jacobite (follower of the monophysite sect of Jacobus Baradæus of Edessa)
( s.xivm; MS: s.xivex )  Les uns homme appelle jacobites (vars. jacobins) pur ceo qe seint Jake les converty et seint Johan l’evangeliste les baptiza  247 (var.)
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