rivage (s.xii1/4)

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rivage (s.xii1/4)

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[ FEW: 10,411b ripa; Gdf: 7,203c rivage 1; GdfC: 10,579c rivage; TL: 8,1328 rivage 2; DEAF:  rive (rivage 1); DMF:  rivage 1; TLF:  rivage; OED:  rivage n.; MED:  rivage n.; DMLBS: 2843a rivagium ]
rivache  

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1geog.marit.shore, bank, edge (of a body of water)
( s.xii1/4; MS: s.xiv1 )  Vindrent al port el rivage  355
( s.xiiiin; MS: c.1300 )  Par sa terre en chascon rivage Mult i fist fere forz chasteals E mettre i fist puis bons vassals Qui bien guardassent lé rivages  232, 235
( c.1292; MS: c.1300 )  le rivage de la mer  i 213
avenir a rivage
fig.geog.marit.to come to shore, i.e. to be saved
( s.xiiiex )  Meint home chiet en grant damage Ki ja n’avendreit a tel ruage (vars. rivage (A)MS: s.xivm) Ne fusse sa langue demeigne Qe la chace a tele peigne  (S) 29.59 (var.)
prendre rivage a
geog.marit.to land, arrive, come to shore at
( 1155; MS: s.xiii )  A Toteneis rivage prist  5117
ripare  ripe#1  rivail#1  rivale  rive#1  riveer  river#1  river#2  rivere#1  riverete  rivet  rivol 
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rivage