ride (s.xivin)

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ride (s.xivin)


[ FEW: 16,704b ridan 1; Gdf: ; GdfC: 10,577a ride; TL: 8,1276 ride 2; DEAF:  rider 1 (ride); DMF:  ride 1; TLF:  ride; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: ]

The term appears to have been misglossed. Ride is attested in Old French from the early 13th century meaning ‘pleat, gather’. The DEAFpré notes the single use of the word in the sense of ‘sorte de corde’ which may be related to the idea of ‘baldric’ demonstrated here.


1costumebaldric, sash
( s.xivin; MS: 1382 )  Corn de bugle, ride de seie (M.E. Bauderik of sylke)  550
ridé  ridele#2  ridelé 
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