bordier (1201)

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bordier (1201)

[ FEW: 15/i,187b *bord; Gdf: 1,687c bordier 1; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF:  borde 1 (bordier); DMF:  bordier 1; TLF:  bordier 1; OED:  bordar n.; MED:  border(e n.; DMLBS: 208a bordarius 1 ]
border,  bordere  


1occupationstatusagriculturalbordar, tenant of a cottage ranking below villeins and above serfs, compelled to the most arduous works on a demesne
( s.xiv; MS: s.xvi )  Le seignur pur un den. que il donrad, si erent quites ses bordiers e ses bovers e ses serjanz  (I) 17
2 name (used as a surname)
( 1201 )  Thomas le Border  Border
( 1271 )  Walrando le Border  i 133
( 1296 )  Robert le Bordere  Border
( 1327 )  William le Border  Border
bord#1  borde#1  bordel  bordeler  bordelere  bordelerie  border#1  border#2  borderie  bordnail  bordring  bordure#1  borduré 
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