blasme (c.1170)

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blasme (c.1170)

[ FEW: 1,403a blasphemare; Gdf: ; GdfC: 8,329c blasme; TL: 1,991 blasme; DEAF:  blasmer (blasme); DMF:  blâme; TLF:  blâme; OED:  blame n.; MED:  blame n.; DMLBS: ]
blam,  blame;  blemme  

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1condemnation, censure
( c.1170; MS: s.xiiiex )  purrez vus e mei de blasme delivrer, Dunt nus avum mal cri  2025
( 1174-75; MS: c.1200 )  A vus me rent cupable dunt li autre unt le blasme  1600
( a.1399 )  lé comunes de Kent porterent la blame de l’arsure  142.10
2accusation, imputation of wrongdoing
( 1293 )  De la quele blame de cet escrit memes celui evesque e ces cliers se sont pleinement aquitez par bone enqueste  ii 711
3misdemeanour, misdeed
( 1271-72; MS: s.xiii4/4 )  il deit chalenger totes les blasmes de touz les chivalers de la legion, e deit [...] chastier les mespernanz  91.8
( 1377 )  il avient le dit duc excusez de toute blasme et diffame  iii 5
primer blasme
primer#1
mettre en blasme
1to blame, reproach
( MS: s.xiii2/3 )  A tuz jors meuz vus amerai:Vous avez feit com bone dame, E cele ke vus miht en blame De moi ne ert jamés amé!  25.572
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