congeier (1150-70)

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congeier (1150-70)

[ FEW: 2/ii,947a commeatus; Gdf: 2,237c congeer; GdfC: ; TL: 2,688 congeer; DEAF:  congié (congeer); DMF:  congéer; TLF: ; OED:  congee v.; MED:  congeien v.; DMLBS: ]
congeer,  conger,  congoier;  coungeier,  counger;  cungeer,  cungeier,  cunger  

v.a. license
( c.1365; MS: s.xiv4/4 )  en cas que jeo serreie congé bachiler en leis  375
( 1373 )  H.B. […] est congiez et licenciez de son provinçal […] pour demourrer […] deinz nostre dite chapelle  i 129
to permit
( 1317 )  il mesmes nus ad coungé par son fet de couper en bois  Ed II xxi 116
2dismiss, send away
( s.xii2; MS: s.xii3/3 )  E Samuel a itant les cungead, puis chascuns al suen turnad  17
to banish
( c.1170; MS: s.xiiiex )  Aprés s’en turna Horn […] Quant li reis Hunlaf l’out cungeié par mal  1981
( 1150-70; MS: 1225-1300 )  Vilment ai esté congeiez, En altres terres eseilliez  2500
to dismiss, remove from office
( c.1295-98 )  s’il est cupable, qe il soit par le senescal congee  242
congeier de
1 to banish from
( 1160-74; MS: s.xiiiin )  Ewart Goigne mult dota, De sa terre le congea  ii 88.5428
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