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passer4 (1121-25)

[ hap]

[ FEW: *8,14b pati; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF: ; DMF: ; TLF: ; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: 2145b pati ]

p.p. passé  

This verb is derived from the past participle of the Latin deponent verb pati: ‘to undergo (a process), to experience (a condition); to be affected, be acted upon’. Pati also developed into the verb patir which can be found in OF: pader Gdf 5,683c; patir 10,297b; TL pader 7,9; DMF pâtir; TLF pâtir; with the more expected form of pati as the past participle. Patir is not attested in Anglo-Norman.


1to undergo, go through
( 1121-25; MS: s.xiv1 )  Dorment cum cil qui sunt lassét E tanz perilz qui unt passét  574
passer le seal
1lawto receive the seal (of authentication)
( 1293 )  Fort serreit de abatre cely bref ke doné nus est [...] par la chancelerie, e ke ad passé le cel le Roy  21-22 Ed I 217
( 1333 )  multz des mal aveignent a grantz et petites qi deyvent lour liverees achater, de ceo qe les draps ne sont mie de assise, auxibien ceux qi passount le seal le auneour come autres  227
( 1342 )  Soit defendu au chanceller [...] q'il ne soeffre nul breef passer le seel le roi s'il nel poet avower par la ley  360
passible#1  passibilité 
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