[chevalcheur] (c.1250)

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[chevalcheur] (c.1250)

[ FEW: 2/i,6a caballicare; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,73a chevalcheor; TL: 2,360 chevauchëor; DEAF:  chevauchier; DMF:  chevaucheur; TLF:  chevaucheur; OED:  chivauchier n.; MED:  cheva(u)chour n.; DMLBS: ]
chevachur,  chevaucheur,  chevauchur;  chivachour,  chivachur,  chivaçour,  chivajur,  chivalchour,  chivauchour,  chivauchur  


1equit.rider, horseman
( 1280-1307; MS: s.xiv1/4 )  Sir E. de V., ové ses chivauchours  ii 370
( s.xiv1; MS: s.xivm )  le roi de Israel issaunt feri les chivalchours et les curres  253ra
( MS: s.xii/xiii )  equitaturus: le chevaucheur  ii 86
rider, passenger
( c.1250; MS: s.xivin )  Chevauchour en liter chivauche  316
2occupationperambulator, one who makes a perambulation
( 1303 )  les avauntdites chivaçours ount veu et chivauché les dites anousaunces  iii 35
( 1306 )  lé chivachurs de la foreste  116
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