turnour (1260-70)

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turnour (1260-70)


[FEW: 13/ii,56a tornare; Gdf: ; GdfC: 10,790c tourneur; TL: 10,428 torneor; DEAF:  torner (torneor); DMF:  tourneur 1; TLF:  tourneur; OED:  turner n.1; MED:  turnour n.1; DMLBS: 3455b tornarius 2]
tornour,  tornur;  tournour;  turner,  turneur,  turnur  

The example from Man Pecchez ANTS may also be read as a variant for turneiur.


1occupationturner, one who uses a lathe to fashion objects of wood, metal, etc.
( MS: s.xiiiex )  versor: (C) gallice turnur  ii 170
( MS: c.1300 )  Turneur de Blie  502.65
( 1464-65 )  turnours, carpenters, woodemongers et charboners, qi occupient expendent et guastent annuelment en leur occupacions graunt quantité de tout manere de mahereme d'aspe  ii 416
used as a surname
( MS: s.xiii4/4 )  David le Taillour, Richard le Turnur  40
( 1307-12 )  a la meson Robert le Turnur atourné l’avauntdit William  298
( 1419-20 )  de Robert Bacheler apprentice Thomas Tornour - .ij. s.  314
2implementlathe, implement used for turning and shaping wood, metal, ivory etc.
( MS: s.xiiiex )  giro: turner  ii 57.86
implementwindlass, rotating device used for lifting and winding
( MS: s.xiii/xiv )  girgullus: (D) vindasse, turner  ii 46.86
3joustingjouster, participant in a tournament
( 1260-70; MS: s.xiv1 )  Kanke ay dit dé turneurs, Entendet ausi dé justeurs  4069
tresturnour  turnable  turnance  tuné#1  turneboeler  turnee  turnei  turneiement  turneier  turneiur  turneiz  turnel#2  turner#1  turner#2  turnesolle  turniole  turnure 
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