noceier (c.1150)

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noceier (c.1150)

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[ FEW: 7,244a nuptiae; Gdf: 5,507b nocier 2 /5,507c noçoier; GdfC: ; TL: 6,689 nocier; DEAF: ; DMF:  nocer; TLF:  nocer; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: ]
noceer,  nocier;  noucier;  nuceyer  

v.n.

1liturgicalto marry, get married
( s.xii3/4; MS: s.xiv2 )  De par Cleopatram venent li messager; Mande qe a Macedoigne vient pur noceier  669
( c.1170 )  Espusalies de lui suffris, Mes la chastee maintenis. [...] Iceo desir [...] Ke jeo puisse si noceier Ke mun cors n'estoce empeirer  1199
( s.xiiim; MS: s.xiiiex )  'Feile', dist Laban, 'lees tai fiancier, Et aprés la fiance te ferai nocier!'  284
( MS: s.xiv/xv )  connube: nuceyt  (ms. nunceyt) gallice  i 157

p.pr._as_s.

1liturgicalone who gets married
( s.xiii2/4; MS: s.xiii2 )  De pucellage vout Deu neistre, Les noceans (=at Cana) visiter e peistre  2421
prendre a noceier
1liturgicalto take in marriage, wed
( c.1150; MS: c.1300 )  (one should) vivre chaste od ta moiller, Ke presis juenvle [sic] a noucier  (ms. noncier)  3846
noceiement  noces  nuptier 
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