[acorn] (s.xiii/xiv)

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[acorn] (s.xiii/xiv)

[ FEW: ; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF: ; DMF: ; TLF: ; OED:  acorn n.; MED:  akorn n.; DMLBS: ]
accorne,  acron,  akorne;  hacorne, 
pl. askernes  

s.

1bot.fruitacorn
( 1322-23 )  paié a William Gardiner pur eux peres achatez de lui pur moudre askernes  676
( 1425 )  xij busshellis de acrons  3.10
( MS: s.xiii/xiv )  glandis: hacorne  i 141
decor.bot.fruitrepresentation of an acorn
( 1423 )  i coupe coverez d’arg[ent], ovec i ackorne sur le covercle  iv 226
akere#1 
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