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pole2 (1121-35)

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[ FEW: 16,644a *pôl; Gdf: 6,262a pol 1; GdfC: ; TL: 7,1367 pol 1; DEAF:  pol 3; DMF: ; TLF: ; OED:  pool n.1; MED:  pol(e n.3; DMLBS: 2331a pola 1 ]
pol,  polle  

s.

1geog.pool, pond, small body of standing water
( 1121-35; MS: s.xii3/3 )  Vin e femme unt une nature Que funt del sage fol Tribucher el pol  844
( 1372 )  les deux poles appellez les Pondes  i 168
2toponymPool of London, part of the Thames between London Bridge and Cuckold’s Point
( MS: 1419 )  Et qe nulle merchaunt [...] voist en la Pole ou aillours en Thamise nulle part [...]  263
Pole de Londres
toponymPool of London, part of the Thames between London Bridge and Cuckold’s Point
( 1327 )  eux furent chacez en la Pole de Loundres  58.288
( c.1375 )  dient les ditz jurés que accoustume est d’ancien temps ung mariner de prendre de louyer de la Pole de Londres jusques a Lusshebone vint souez pour le portage d’ung tonnel  138
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