[raion] (s.xii1)

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[raion] (s.xii1)

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[ FEW: 10,388a *rica; Gdf: 7,226c roion 2; GdfC: ; TL: 8,1418 roion 2; DEAF:  roie (roion); DMF:  roion 2; TLF:  rayon 3; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: ]
rehoun,  reioun,  reon,  reoun,  reun,  remun  ii 77 reuun  ii 160 ryom  27.10  

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1agriculturalfurrow, trench in the earth made by a ploughshare
( s.xii1; MS: s.xiim )  Les reuns (Latin: sulcos) de li enivre, multiplie les blez, par pluies aruse lui, e al germe de lui beneis  109.LXIV.11
( MS: s.xiii2/3 )  lira: reun  170
( c.1250; MS: 1307-25 )  a frog En un reoun (M.E. forwe) (vars. rehoun (T)MS: s.xivin) sist (l. fist) en un rey (M.E. nette)  321
( c.1270; MS: s.xiv1/3 )  veye ke lez terres seyent bien arez de petit reun  270.c24
( c.1285; MS: c.1312 )  veez qe le reon q'est entre les deuz seillons seit estreit  320
ditch, trench
( c.1240; MS: c.1300 )  Jadis esteit un vilein [...] E par fossez et par reuns Surquist ces veisins cum feluns  113.9
( s.xivin; MS: s.xivm )  The ploughman to the fox 'va t'en chocher en ceste reon, et jeo te coveray de moun tabard'  48
duble raion
duble
rai#2  raié 
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