stapel (s.xiii/xiv)

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stapel (s.xiii/xiv)


[FEW: ; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF:  estapel; DMF: ; TLF: ; OED:  staple n.1; MED:  stapel n.; DMLBS: 3182c stapellus]
stable;  staple,  stuple, 
pl. stablis,  staplis  


1(M.E.)  staple, bent piece of metal to hold a hook or clasp
( 1393-94 ) Item pur le amendemennt d’une selle pur les justes, .j. novel pilwe et les loynes novelx, et .iiij. staples et anelles  512
archit.staple, bent piece of metal to hold a hook or bolt (for securing a door, window, etc.)
( 1399-1400 ) Item pur hokis, hengis, ceres, cliefs, boltis, staplis et lattchis, hagedaies et tout manere irenware .iiij. s. .ij. d.  1 Hen. IV
( 1410-11 ) [...] pur .ij. grosses stablis a le hoes pres le rue .v. d.  12 Hen. IV
( 1416-17 ) pur .ij. okenbordes as .ij. pentises en l'ostell ové les petitz stuples - .vj. d.  4 Hen. V
( MS: s.xiii/xiv ) Elevatur stiva (gloss: stapel) ab obliquando qua regitur aratrum cui capulus infigatur  i 187.161 and ii 84.161
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