cembel (1150-70)

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cembel (1150-70)

[ FEW: 2/i,1611a cymbalum; Gdf: 2,11a cembel; GdfC: ; TL: 2,103 cembel; DEAF:  cembel; DMF:  cembel; TLF: ; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: ]
cembeal,  cenbel  


( c.1170; MS: s.xiiiex )  il ne vont a cembel ne a turneiement  2680
( 1150-70; MS: s.xii4/4 )  A quintaines, [e] as cembels, As gavelocs […]  432
( MS: s.xiii/xiv )  girum: cembel  ii 85
mil.attack, onslaught
( 1160-74; MS: s.xvii )  N’i a qui lor ost fere ne assaut ne cenbel  i 151.4192
( c.1185; MS: s.xiiim )  Amur li ra fet un cembel, En sun quer li renveie un dart  8782
( c.1230; MS: s.xiiim )  Sur sun escu, qui fud novel, Li vait faire un tel cembel  8270
( c.1235; MS: c.1235 )  Li paen sunt grant pueple cum sumuns a cembel  1419
joustingprize for jousting, palm
( 1174-75; MS: s.xiiex )  Des plusurs qui justerent en porta le cembel  1128
( 1184; MS: s.xiiiex )  D’enseynement portout le sel, de chivalerie le cembel  f 839
( 1174-75; MS: s.xiiex )  Ço li mande le rei  (ms. li reis) d’Escoce le cembel  1647
( s.xiii1/3; MS: s.xiiim )  li survint un juvencel Qui des altres ert cembel  11960
3band, troop
( 1267; MS: c.1300 )  Princes e prelaz cheventeins apel Ke les mendres enclosent en lur cembel  10832
porter (un) cembel (a)
1to challenge, provoke a fight (with)
( 1160-74; MS: s.xiiiin )  Viles assaillent e chastels, Gaiz enbuschent, portent cenbels, Viles ardent, preies acoillent,  i 255.9968
( s.xii3/4; MS: s.xiv2 )  Car par cembel porter e par granz aties Comencent sovent les dures estoties  2893
( c.1185; MS: s.xiiim )  Ipomedon atant nel lesse, A cuilte de esporun se eslesse, A ceus dehors porte un cembel, Par grant orguil e par revel  4819
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