desagreer (c.1230 (?))

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desagreer (c.1230 (?))

[ FEW: 4,252a gratus; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,311b desagreer; TL:  desagrëer; DEAF: G 1298 desagreer; DMF:  désagréer; TLF:  désagréer; OED:  disagree v.; MED:  disagre v.; DMLBS: 675a disagreare ]
disagreer,  disagrer  

v.n.

1to be displeasing
( c.1230?; MS: s.xiiim )  Que la silence n’est gardee, Sachez, mult me desagree  6926
2lawto withhold agreement (from), to refuse to accept
( 1469 )  Si un feme de pleyn age [...] soit marié a un enfaunt deinz age [...] et puis al age de xiiij aunz il disagré, [...]  112.3

v.refl.

1lawto withhold agreement (from), to refuse to accept
( 1376-77 )  persones qe [...] entrent religion [...] & se agreent [...] tan q’ils soient de l’age de quinsze ans & plus, se disagreent aprés [...] & reneient lour dit profession  ii 370

subst.inf

1lawdisagreement
( 1389-90 )  tiel disagreer par parol  13 Rich II 6
(se) desagreer a
1lawto dissent from, refuse to accept
( 1364-65 )  qe les ditz Communes se purront desagreer a dit proschein Parlement a tielle soefferance pluis outre et pleinement resorter al dit estatut  ii 285
( 1388 )  poet avoir lessé la femme et avoir disagré al espousels  12 Rich II 155
( 1389-90 )  soy disagrea en tout a le feffement  13 Rich II 3
( c.1420-32 )  si le feme voet disagreer a cest endowement  App. III 64
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