crapout (s.xiiex)

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crapout (s.xiiex)

[ FEW: 16,362a *krappa; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,239a crapaud; TL: 2,1013 crapaut; DEAF: G1241 grape (crapaud); DMF:  crapaud; TLF:  crapaud; OED:  crapaud n.; MED:  crapaude n.; DMLBS: ]
crapouz;  crapolt;  crapod,  crapot,  crapoud,  crapoude;  crapaud,  crapaude,  crapaut;  crepaud,  crepaude,  crepaut;  crabot,  crapaunde, 
pl. crapous  


( s.xiiex; MS: s.xiiiex )  Gust li crapouz e crie en halt  619
( MS: c.1250 )  hic buffo: crapout  i 418
( c.1290; MS: s.xv1 )  Crapaunde (M.E. thode) gaile (M.E. croudes) , royne (M.E. froske) gaille (M.E. pipes)  (O) 333vb
( MS: c.1325 )  E pus debrusés puder de crabot ars e medlez ensemble  109.220
( MS: s.xiv )  rubeta, idem est quod crassantum gallice: crapot  ii 61
( s.xiiim; MS: s.xiv1/4 )  Et crapous, colevers et serpens Lour percerent le corps dedens  (A) 591
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