navegar (s.xiii/xiv)

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navegar (s.xiii/xiv)

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[ FEW: ; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF: ; DMF: ; TLF: ; OED:  auger n.1; MED:  nauger n.; DMLBS: ]
nauegar,  navegare (l. nauegare) navgere (l. naugere) awger  
ls(loanword: M.E. )

The term is present in OE and other Germanic idioms. In post medieval times, in English, the initial n- was attracted to the indefinite article, leading to the modern spelling of an auger.


1build.implementdrill, auger (borer, gimlet)
( MS: s.xiii/xiv )  Hec fabricantur cum securi, dolabra, rostricutio, bisacuta, acia, terebro (gloss: (D) navegar) (var. (tarere: s.xiiiex) C), cum cuneis et cavillis [...]  i 202.79 and ii 144.79
( 1415 )  .i. sawe [...] Item, un hache [...] Item, un awger, pris .iiij. d. 2  99
2ship.(on a ship) aperture, for oar
( MS: s.xiii/xiv )  Fiant etiam fori et columbaria - no dico foratoria (gloss: (D) navgeres, terereis (var. (C: s.xiii2) pertuz de terere;  (L: s.xiii/xiv) terires gallice, navegas ) - per que remi exire possint, si opus sit navigio, si aura deficiat  i 188.166 and ii 79.166
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