coillour (1277)

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coillour (1277)

[ FEW: 2/ii,900a colligere; Gdf: 2,391a cueilleor; GdfC: 9,260a cueilleor; TL: 2,53 coillëor; DEAF:  coillir; DMF:  cueilleur; TLF: ; OED:  collector n.; MED:  coilour n.; DMLBS: 381b colligator ]
coiller,  coilleur,  coilliour,  coillor;  coilour;  coliour;  couillour,  coulour;  cuilour,  cuilur;  cuilleour,  cuilleur,  cuillour,  cuillur,  cuylour;  culiour,  culliour,  cullour;  quilour;  quilleour,  quilleur,  quillour,  quillur,  coelleur  


1prov.sportsone who catches a ball
( MS: s.xiv1/3 )  A bon coelleur vient sovent la pelote  423.10
2taxoccupation(tax) collector, gatherer
( 1277 )  cel acunte seit rendue par le meyre e les cuilurs  i 165
( 1297 )  ceo est la fourme que les taxours e les cuilleours del neovyme deivent garder  62
( 1325 )  q’il resceivent l’acompte le coiller de ceste darreyn disme biennale  i 433
( 1354 )  Item de taxours et coillours de .xv. deniers  293
collector, amateur
( s.xiv1; MS: c.1361 )  un hom, Demetrius par noun, une quilleur d’argent (Latin: argentarius) (var. qe grant coillour ert d’argent), fesaunt maisouns d’argent a Diane  (A) 371b
coillor de tol
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