renom (s.xii3/4)

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renom (s.xii3/4)


[ FEW: 7,181a nominare; Gdf: 7,37a renom; GdfC: 10,542c renom; TL: 8,824 renom; DEAF:  nomer (renom); DMF:  renom; TLF:  renom; OED:  renown n. and adj.; MED:  renoun n.; DMLBS: ]
renome,  renomme,  renoum,  renoun,  renoune,  renum,  renun  

It is not possible to establish a valid distinction between variants ending in atonic –e, e.g. renomme, renoune and renomee except in verse.


1renown, honour, fame
( s.xii3/4; MS: s.xiv2 )  Icil qui veintra [en] avera le renon  7409
( c.1305; MS: s.xivin )  L'escu mun syre Torcenues si est de grant renun  461
reputation, repute, esteem
( c.1240; MS: c.1300 )  De haute porture et grant renun  77.81
( c.1270; MS: s.xiv1/3 )  La daye deit estre leale, e de bon renom  286.c66
( s.xivin; MS: s.xiv1 )  Un segnur de grant renoun  30.40
( a.1382; MS: a.1382 )  Donkal Makduel, chevaler de graunt renoun  19
2news, report
( c.1170; MS: s.xiiiex )  en la chambre real li renuns est alé  306
commun renom
1common knowledge, that which is generally known
( 1361-62 )  il est voir et commun renome que la Roche sur Yon est del auncien heritage du roy d'Engleterre  26.26
nom  nomer  renomee  renomer 
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