lurd (c.1245)

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lurd (c.1245)

[gdw]

[ FEW: 5,465b luridus; Gdf: 5,42a lourt /5,40c lourde 1, lourde 2; GdfC: 10,06c lourd; TL: 5,666 lort; DEAF: ; DMF:  lourd / lourde; TLF:  lourd; OED:  lourd adj. and n.1; MED:  lourd adj.; DMLBS: 1662c luridus ]
lord,  lourd  

a.

1stupid, dull
( c.1245; MS: c.1255 )  Ne serjant felun ne lurd K'a priere s'i face surd  904
( s.xiiiex; MS: s.xiv1/4 )  Nule chose [...] ne mestrie plus la sauvage e lourde char [...] ke mout velier  232.18
( 1354; MS: c.1360 )  ou les bons morceaux, de qoi serveroient si ne feust delit (vars. feust lord delit (C)MS: s.xivex) et malveis desirs de coer?  89
faire lurde chere
to look serious, grave
( c.1300; MS: s.xivm )  (Jacob) La pere sur la fosse puis mist arere (=after letting Rachel's sheep drink from the water) E luy berchers feseient dunt lurde chere  1078
faire lurde semblant
to look serious, grave
( c.1300; MS: s.xivm )  La dame grant bataille senti nequident, Ne fu pas enseure si ce ert enfaunt; Fu en grant dute, fist lurde semblaunt  443

s.

1stupid, dull person
( MS: s.xiiiin )  Ki syut kurt e trote e curt, Di, la curt a ki sucurt? Al mauveys, al egre, au lurd  13
lurdement 
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