rapine (1190-93)

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rapine (1190-93)


[ FEW: 10,68a rapina; Gdf: 6,599a rapine; GdfC: 10,482a rapine; TL: 8,293 rapine; DEAF:  rapine; DMF:  rapine; TLF:  rapine; OED:  rapine n.; MED:  rapine n.; DMLBS: 2655a rapina ]


1lawrapine, robbery, violent seizing of the property of others
( 1190-93; MS: s.xiv1 )  utlages furent en mer: Unc ne finerent de rober, Tuzjurs vesquistrent de ravine (var. (B: s.xiv2/4) rapine )  1909 (var.)
a, de grant rapine
1(of a river or current) with great force, violently
( 1212; MS: 1212-13 )  Courant descent a grant rapine  17975
( 1212; MS: 1212-13 )  Tant par cressoit =the Tiber de grant rapine Qe d’iceste cité Romaine Les murs passot a force plaine   11114
faire rapine de
1to take in plunder, steal
( 1212; MS: 1212-13 )  venir souloient li ours De la precheine sauvazine, Qui de ses es firent rapine  11804
rap#1  raper  rapiner  ravenous  ravine#1  raviner#1  ravinier  ravir  raviser#2  ravissable  ravissance  ravissement  ravissur 
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