navette (s.xiiiin)

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navette (s.xiiiin)

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[ FEW: 7,67a navis; Gdf: 5,478a navete 2; GdfC: 10,194a navette 2; TL: 6,534 navete 1; DEAF: ; DMF:  navette 1; TLF:  navette 2; OED:  navet n.1 / naveta n.; MED:  navitte n.; DMLBS: 1893c navetta ]
navet,  navete;  nawet,  navie  ii 93  


1ship.small boat
( MS: s.xiii1 )  navicule: (R) de navette (var. (J: s.xiii1) nacelet)  250
( MS: s.xiii/xiv )  Ad portam Sancit lazari manent architenentes, qui faciunt balistas et arcus de aceere (gloss: navet) viburno et taxo, tela et sagittas de fraxino  i 197 and ii 147
3textileimplementweaver's shuttle
( MS: s.xiii2 )  Trama autem beneficio navicule (gloss: (C) navet) (var. (L: s.xiii/xiv) de navete, anglice scutel) transeuntis transmissa consolidet opus totum, que pano fereo et saltem lingneo muniatur infra fenestrellas. [...] Ex hoc penso materia trame sumatur, dum manus altera naviculam textoris iaculetur [...]  i 185.72 and ii 73.72
textileimplement(glossed in error) weaver's sley, reed
( s.xiiiin )  pectines: gallice navetes  15
navette de seint Piere
1eccl.Saint Peter's ship, i.e. the Church
( 1385-86 )  [...] qi ne doutent la cote inconsutile de notre Seignur depecer et la navette de l'apostelle Saint Piere noier  34.55
navé#1  navegar  navein  navele#1  navie  navigacion  navire#1 
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