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chanon (1121-35)

[ FEW: 2/i,218a canonicus; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,38c chanoine; TL: 2,224 chanoine; DEAF:  chanoine; DMF:  chanoine; TLF:  chanoine; OED:  canon n.2; MED:  canoun n.; DMLBS: 259b canon ]
chanone,  chanoun;  chanoigne,  chanoygne,  chanoin,  chanoine,  chanoingne,  chanuine;  canoigne,  cannoun,  canonie, 
pl. chanoms  i 291  

s.

1eccl.titlestatusmonasticcanon, member of chapter
( 1121-35; MS: s.xii3/3 )  Ses airs guerpist en terre Pur l’amur Deu cunquere, [...] Sicum funt saint canonie, Ermite e saint monie  1287
( MS: s.xii2/4 )  Asez i ad evesques e abez, Munies, canonies, proveires coronez  2956
( 1334 )  qant qe les chanouns par essent de lour chapitre […]  ii 85
( 1374 )  nostre bien amé le Cannoun de R.  ii 224
( a.1382 )  des moignes et chanouns, prestres et clers  25.2
chanon reguler
1eccl.titlestatusmonasticcanon regular, clergyman who lives in accordance with a monastic rule
( c.1174; MS: s.xiiiin )  Ne voleient suffrir li reguler chanoine K'arceveskes n'eveskes oust abit de moine  566
( 1340 )  ils se changerount en chanouns regulers (var. ruyllers)  14 Ed III 311
( s.xivm; MS: s.xivex )  En ceste Temple Domini soloit avoir canoignes regulers et avoient une abbé a qy ils obeiseoient  199
( 1402 )  moignes, ou chanons regulers  iii 500
chanon residencer
residencer
chanon ruler
1eccl.titlestatusmonasticcanon regular, clergyman who lives in accordance with a monastic rule
( c.1174; MS: s.xiiiin )  Cist forainz habiz fu de chanoine riulé  5786
( c.1215; MS: 1330-40 )  un mostier fist, Chanoignes riulers y mist  58
( c.1334; MS: s.xivm )  le ordre de chanoignes rulers  296.6
chanon seculer
1eccl.titlestatusmonasticcanon secular, clergyman who does not live in accordance with a monastic rule
( 1200-50; MS: s.xiiim )  [R]iches chanuines seculers Qui vers les mes Deu sunt advers  122.115
( c.1292; MS: c.1300 )  si chanoyn seculer ad certeyne digneté en acune eglise […]  i 317
frere chanon
1eccl.titlestatusmonasticcanon regular, clergyman who lives in accordance with a monastic rule
( 1489 )  un moigne professe ou frere chanon  171.21
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