gardeur (c.1136-37)

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gardeur (c.1136-37)


[ FEW: 17,518a *wardôn; Gdf: 4,224a gardeor; GdfC: ; TL: 4,135 gardëor; DEAF: G179 garder (guardëor); DMF:  gardeur; TLF:  gardeur; OED:  guarder n. / warder n.1; MED:  gardur n. / warder(e n.; DMLBS: 3730b wardarius ]
gardeire,  gardere,  gardeor,  gardour;  guardeor  


1guardian, protector
( MS: s.xii4/4 )  Mielz valt un bon guardeor que set malvais atraieor  9.186
( c.1188-95; MS: s.xii4/4 )  (Cain’s reply to God when he’s asked what he has done with his brother:) ‘Ne me fud cumanded, ne jo n’en sui gardere’  267.128
( 1215; MS: 1226 )  [L]es gardeors de la terre de tel heir qui sera dedenz aage, ne pregne de la terre de l’eir fors reignables eissues e [...]  357.4
( s.xiii1; MS: s.xiii4/4 )  Li rois Annes (=King of the East Anglians between 635 and 653/654) [...] Ja soit ice que il fuist reis D’Engleterre sur les Engleis [...] Del regne fu leaus garderes Et as orphanins fu bon peres  517
( MS: s.xivm )  Sophonias ly gardour & conissour de les privetees de nostre sire  3vb
mil.guard, sentinel
( c.1136-37; MS: s.xiiex )  Uns hom qui amenot peissuns As gardeurs (var. (H: s.xiv1/4) gardeins) lunc le mareis Fist qe prodom e que curteis  5499
garde#1  gardein#1  gardeman  garder#1  garderesse 
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