[sechour] (s.xivex)

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[sechour] (s.xivex)


[ FEW: 11,588b siccus; Gdf: 346a sechor 1; GdfC: ; TL: 9,299 sechor; DEAF:  sec (sechor); DMF:  sécheur 1; TLF: ; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: ]


1 dryness, one of the fundamental qualities in the four elements of nature (as opposed to moist and in association with cold and hot)
( 1354; MS: c.1360 ) la malveise soif [q’est] en moy par la suour (var. (C: s.xivex) seqour) de la chalour q’est moelt male  200.10 (var.)
sec  sechece  sechement  secher#1  secheresce  secherie  secheté  sechison 
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