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tremblur (s.xii1)


[FEW: 13/ii,243a *tremulare; Gdf: 8,38c trembleure; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF:  trembler (tremblor); DMF: ; TLF: ; OED: ; MED:  tremblure n.; DMLBS: ]
tremblor,  tremblure  


1trembling, shivering, uncontrollable shaking (with disease or old age)
( 1266-1300; MS: c.1300 ) vin quant est beu outre mesure [...]; de ce viennent poours et hidors et tremblors, parler en dormant [...]  257.S57.42
( MS: c.1325 ) pur tremblure de maynez e de chef. Pernez primerole e primeveyre  35.C94
( MS: s.xiv1 ) Ele est bone pur checune maladye que vient de freidure, ele est bone pur parelesye e pur tremblure des membres  73.610
2emotiontrembling, shivering in fear or affected by a strong emotion
( s.xii1; MS: c.1145 ) Crieme e tremblur vindrent sur mei (Latin: Timor et tremor venit super me)  73.54.5
( s.xii1; MS: 1155-60 ) esleesciez a lui en tremblur (Latin: exultate in tremore)  3.II.11
tremblable  tremblanment  tremble#1  trembler#1  trembler#2  tremuler  tremulure  tremur 
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