stirope (s.xiii/xiv)

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stirope (s.xiii/xiv)


[FEW: ; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF: ; DMF: ; TLF: ; OED:  stirrup n.; MED:  stirop n.; DMLBS: 3203a stiropum]
stirop,  styrope,  strepe  


1(M.E.)  equit.stirrup, support for the foot of a horse-rider
( MS: s.xiii/xiv ) scansile: stirop de ferra  i 142
( 1398 ) [...] que nul du dite artifice ferra stiropes ne esporons mais de laton pliable que ne voillent debriser par freletee de metal  i 93
( 1398-99 ) Item, .viij. brides, .v. pair de strepes, .iiij. peytrell  E163/6/13, m.2r
2stirrup-shaped contrivance for working bellows (?)
( 1382-83 ) Item, pur .j. styrope de ferre al chemeney - .xviij. d.  204
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