violer (c.1136-37)

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violer (c.1136-37)

 

v.a.

1to do violence to, damage
( 1280-1307; MS: s.xiv1 )  les uns (= Justices) avoient la lei bestorné E les autres ordement la corone violé  I 247
2to break, violate
( s.xii3/4; MS: s.xiv2 )  Reherça cum sa mere par un[e] devinaille Envers l'enchantement viola sa esposaille  1870
( c.1250; MS: 1415-50 )  Pur ce la pais (i.e. 'peace') plus ne viole  (B) 102r
3to rape, ravish
( 1351-52 )  Si homme violast la compaigne le Roi ou l'eisnesce fille le Roi  i 320 ii
4to deflower
( MS: s.xiv1 )  E saunz estre violé, Conceus virginalement  9v
5to desecrate
( c.1160; MS: s.xiiim )  Folement es çaenz entré, Le temple Deu as violé  2947
6to sack
( c.1136-37; MS: s.xiii1/3 )  Dunc violerent Saint Richier, Les crucifix funt depescier,...  3262
( 1174-75; MS: c.1200 )  Le mustier Saint Laurenz fud le jor violé, Treis prestres el mustier par force escuillié  1701

p.pr._as_a._or_s.

1violator
( c.1150; MS: c.1300 )  En tot mal pur poi demorai, E[n]mi eglise despisanz E synagoge violanz  3684
( 1377 )  qe les violantz tieles franchises soient [...] puniz  iii 27
violent 
This is an AND1 entry © MHRA 1977-1992: reproduced with permission. Digitisation funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council of the United Kingdom.
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