[poinet] (1364-65)

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[poinet] (1364-65)

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[ FEW: 9,515a pugnus; Gdf: 6,248c poignet; GdfC: 10,366a poignet; TL: 7,1281 poignet; DEAF:  poing (poignet); DMF:  poignet; TLF:  poignet; OED:  poignet n.; MED:  poinet n.; DMLBS: 2566a pugnellus ]
poingnet,  ponyet,  ponyette,  poynete,  poynette,  puneyette; 
pl. poingnez,  poingnés  

The word partly overlaps with poiné1, particularly in plural forms such as poingnez or poinés.


1costumewristband, ornamental cuff at the end of a sleeve
( 1364-65 )  .j. armilausam dupplic. cum taffata [...] .j. rydel paled .ij. paria de poynetes prec. v. marc  E163/5/29 m.1
( 1393-94 )  Et pur .j. paire de poynettes de scarlet embroudez de 'Ay', .xij. s.  511
( 1395 )  Toga sanguinea cum pelle bissina, capucio, et puneyettes  poinet n.
( 1402 )  .j. par de ponyets de scarlet  i 289
( 1433 )  une autre tunique et dalmatique de satin vert [...] et sont les poingnez brodés de menues perles  191.B44
poin#1  poinal  poiné#1  poinel  poiner#1  poinet  poinoun 
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