parmanant (c.1150)

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parmanant (c.1150)

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[ FEW: 8,250a permanere; Gdf: 5,778c parmenant; GdfC: 10,320c permanent; TL: 7,303 parmanoir; DEAF:  parmanoir (parmanant); DMF:  permanent; TLF:  permanent; OED:  permanent adj. and n.; MED:  permanent adj.; DMLBS: 2218a permanere ]
parmagnant;  permanant,  parmesnaunt,  permegnant,  permenant,  permeynant  

a.

1theol.permanent, eternal, everlasting
( s.xiii2/4; MS: s.xiii2 )  Deus est tut dis parmanant  95vb13
( s.xiv1; MS: c.1361 )  Soietz tu parmesnaunt (Latin: constans), si com tu as tesmoignee de moy en Jerosolme, issint covient il tesmoigner a Rome  (A) 373
2remaining, continuing to be
( MS: s.xiii/xiv )  Plumbum habeat et linulam, quibus lineatur pergamenum, margine circumquaque tam es parte tergi quam ex parte carnis existente (glosses: (D) parmeynant) (vars. seant (L)MS: s.xiii/xiv) libera  ii 79 and i 188
a parmanant
permanently, eternally, everlastingly
( c.1174; MS: s.xiiiin )  Corune d’or avereit el ciel a parmenant  6105
estre en parmanant
to be perpetually, remain in perpetuity
( c.1150; MS: c.1300 )  Cil le guenchist ki se chastie E se rependt de sa folie, E de celx se vait retraiant Ki en lor mal sunt parmanant  6806
( c.1235; MS: c.1235 )  Les martirs sunt en gloire el regne permanant  1755
parmaindre  parmanable  parmanablement  parmanableted  parmanance  parmantise 
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