collegion (s.xiii2)

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collegion (s.xiii2)

[ FEW: *2/ii,896b collegium; Gdf: 2,183a collegion; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF:  college (collegion); DMF:  collégion; TLF: ; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: 830c collegium ]
colligion,  collegiun  

s.

1eccl.collegiate church or community
( s.xiii2; MS: s.xiiiex )  Sa mere (=of J.C.) bailad en garde a la collegiun des apostles e des seinz de la regiun  2055
( 1321 )  c’est une collegion e lour enclosture e refettour est saintuairie auxi com lour eglise  Ed II xxvi 196
( 1337 )  Tut ne soit il pas nomé Archiprestre ne q’il n’i ad ore collegion en cele eglise, il poet estre q’il avoit collegion al temps qant R. aliena  11-12 Ed III 55
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