uterin (c.1334)

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uterin (c.1334)

[ gdw]

[ FEW: 14,89a uterus; Gdf: ; GdfC: 10,825a uterin; TL: ; DEAF:  uterin; DMF:  utérin; TLF:  utérin; OED:  uterine a. and n.2; MED:  uterine a.; DMLBS: 3573a uterinus ]
 

The literal sense of uterin is ‘of the womb’ – in this case ‘brothers from the same womb’. Curiously the Latin substantival root, uterus, has no equivalent in Anglo-Norman or Middle French.

a.

frere uterin
1kinshiphalf-brother (who has the same mother, but a different father)
( c.1334; MS: s.xivm )  Ely, q'estoit le frere Jacob uterin de part sa mere  114.2
This is an AND2 Phase 4 (N-O/U-P-Q) entry. © 2013-17 The Anglo-Norman Dictionary. All rights reserved. Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council of the United Kingdom.
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