canonial (1160-74)

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canonial (1160-74)

[ FEW: 2/i,216b canon; Gdf: ; GdfC: 8,420b canonial; TL: 2,25 canonïal; DEAF:  canon (canonial); DMF:  canonial; TLF:  canonial 1; OED:  canonial; MED:  canonial; DMLBS: 260a canonicalis 1 ]
canoniel;  chaignonial; 
f. canonele  


1Bibl.canonical, belonging to the canon of the Bible
( 1214; MS: 1214-16 )  Les epistres canoniaus  2929
( s.xiiiex; MS: 1307-15 )  en le epistle canonies seint Jake, ou il dit quel est dreit ordre e dreite religion  167.4
2 canonical, pertaining to ecclesiastical law
( 1160-74; MS: s.xiiiin )  Primes mist a Fescamp ordre chaignonial, Mez sez fiz y fist puiz métré ordre monnial  i 11.279
ures canoniales
1 eccl. canonical hours, appointed times of the day for prayer or devotion
( s.xivm )  Et serray a les houres canoneles a moun poayr, in verbo sacerdotis  i 52
canon#2  canonialment  canonic  canonical  canonicément  canoniquement  canonizacion  canonizel  canonizement  canonizer 
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