[oriloger] (c.1275)

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[oriloger] (c.1275)

[ gdw]

[ FEW: 4,484a horologium; Gdf: 5,640c orlogeur; GdfC: 9,768a horloger; TL: 6,1292 orlogëor /6,1292 orlogier; DEAF:  orloge (orlogeor) / orloge (orlogier); DMF:  horloger; TLF:  horloger; OED:  horologer n.; MED:  orloger n.; DMLBS: 1173a horologiarius ]

A second sense of this word, i.e. 'clock-maker', does not appear to be attested in Anglo-Norman.


1timeoccupationtime-keeper, one who announces the time of day (especially the time of rising)
( c.1275; MS: s.xiii4/4 )  Il aparceut ke en tele destresce Deu ly purvyst encontre peresce Orloger sobre e mut certeyn Ke ne failly ne june ne pleyn  3873
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