pinun (c.1174)

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pinun (c.1174)

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[ FEW: 8,538b *pinnio; Gdf: 6,83c pennon 1; GdfC: 10,337c pignon 1; TL: 7,930 pignon 3; DEAF:  pignon 2; DMF:  pignon 2; TLF:  pignon 2; OED:  pinion n.1; MED:  pinoun n.; DMLBS: 2278b pigno ]
pinnon;  ponyon,  poynyon;  punnion,  punyon;  pynnon,  pynnun,  pynun  


1pinnacle, summit
( c.1174; MS: s.xiiiin )  L'eschelguaite est la sus el pinnon de cel munt  686
archit.gable end, upper triangular section of a wall
( 1459-60 )  Et pro .iiij. tabulis de elme pro le punyon ibidem  pinoun n.
( c.1460 )  punnion [...] ponyon [...] le poynyon  92
pinun del nes
1anat.tip of the nose
( MS: s.xiii1 )  Par ces signes se mustera li malade ki tost mura: Le mentun decherra, le pinun (var. pynnon) de nes enblanchera  167.3
( MS: s.xiiiex )  hec pirula: pinun del nes  ii 56.82
( s.xiii2/4; MS: c.1245 )  Par ces signes se mustera li malade ki tost murra: Enmi le frunt enrovira, le quer del pé refreidira, E le mentun decherra, le pynnun del nes emblanchira (Latin: nasus summotenus albet) [...]  102
pinun table
1archit.coping stone of a gable (?)
( 1278 )  Item, .ij. s. .v. d. liberat. predicto Nicholao pro .xiij. pedibus de pynun table, pret. ped. .ij. d. q.  pinoun n.
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