consonance (c.1150)

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consonance (c.1150)

[ FEW: 2/ii,1077b consonare; Gdf: 2,257a consonance; GdfC: 9,168a consonance; TL: 2,743 consonance; DEAF:  consoner (consonance); DMF:  consonance / consonancie; TLF:  conson(n)ance; OED:  consonance n.; MED: ; DMLBS: 454b consonantia ]


1music(musical) note, sound
( c.1230; MS: 1275-85 )  Kar nof consonances sunt De la terre al cel amunt  1979
turner en consonance
1 literature to put into rhyme, versify
( c.1150; MS: s.xiii3/4 )  Mult avreit longes a penser Qui en romanz voldreit conter Et torner en consonancie Ses granz miracles et sa vie = S Nicholas'  1553
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