arceveske (1140-60)

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arceveske (1140-60)

[ FEW: 25,95b archiepiscopus; Gdf: ; GdfC: 8,170b archevesque; TL: 1,501 arcevesque; DEAF:  evesque (*); DMF:  archevêque; TLF:  archevêque; OED:  erchevesque n.; MED:  erchevesque n.; DMLBS: 118c archiepiscopus ]
arcevasqe,  arceveque,  arcevesche,  arcevesque,  arcevresque;  arceweke,  arcewesche,  arceweske;  archeeweke,  archeweske;  arseveke,  arseveske,  arsevesque;  ercevekes,  ercevekis,  ercevesk,  erceveske,  ercevesqe,  ercevesque,  erceweke,  erceweske;  ercheveche,  ercheveke,  erchevesche,  erchevesk,  ercheveske,  erschevek;  erseweske;  erzvesche;  esseveske;  herseveske,  hercheveske,  hercheeveske  


( 1140-60; MS: 1140-60 ) seint Wilfrid, l’arcevesque d’Everwic  267.60
( c.1150; MS: s.xiii3/4 )  Li arcevesques si le vit Come li angeles lui out dit  151
( c.1235; MS: c.1235 )  arceweske e suffragan, Clers […]  435rubr
( s.xiii2; MS: s.xivin )  la cité Qui Tulette est apelé; Un ercevesque illoeke esteit Que sainte Eglise governoit  44
( 1322 )  l'ercevesqe de Canterbirs, primat de tut Engelterre  74
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