sulipel (s.xiii)

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sulipel (s.xiii)


[FEW: 22/i,146a trousseau (serpol); Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF:  sulipel; DMF: ; TLF: ; OED: ; MED:  soile-pel n.; DMLBS: 3743a xerampelinus]
soliepel,  solupé,  soylepele;  suyllepel, 
pl. sulyepeus  

It is unclear if the sense of 'garment of delicate material' derives from xerampelinus or reflects a second word of unknown etymology (cf. FEW trousseau 22/i,146a)


1costumeshort tunic, apron
( MS: s.xiii )  lima: sulipel, vestis laca  170
( MS: s.xiii )  limata: sulyepeus  ii 111.65
( MS: s.xiiiex )  lima, limatis; illa pellis quam faber habet ante se: (C) suyllepel (var. gallice soliepel  (D) MS: s.xiiiex )  ii 165
costumegarment of delicate material
( MS: s.xiii )  serapelina: solupé  ii 118.66
2type of delicate parchment
( 1378 )  [6 skins of parchment, called] soylepeles  soile-pel n.
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