scismatic (c.1334)

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scismatic (c.1334)


[ FEW: 11,298b schisma; Gdf: ; GdfC: 10,639 schismatique; TL: 9,275 scismatique; DEAF:  cisme (cismatique); DMF:  schismatique; TLF:  schismatique; OED:  schismatic a. and n.; MED:  scismatik n.; DMLBS: 2962c schismaticus ]
scismatik,  scismatike;  sismatick,  sismatik,  sysmatik,  sesmatik  


1 eccl. theol. schismatic, pertaining to a split from the Church
( 1385 )  touchant les .cxx. mille livres responsions sismaticks  iii 214


1 eccl. theol. schismatic, one who takes part in a split from the church
( c.1334; MS: s.xivm )  Encountre cist pape Alisaundre se leva un scismatic (var. (T: s.xiv3/4) sesmatik) escomengé  310.1
( 1386 )  le haut mestre de Seint Antoigne est sismatik  iii 216
( 1388 )  les scismatikes d'Escoce  iii 246
scismacie  scismat  scismaticien  scisme 
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