[pharisien] (c.1325)

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[pharisien] (c.1325)

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[ FEW: 8,366b pharisaeus; Gdf: ; GdfC: 10,330c pharisien; TL: 3,1639 farisïen; DEAF: F145 *farisé (farisien); DMF:  pharisien; TLF:  pharisien; OED:  Pharisen n. / Pharisian n.; MED:  pharise n.; DMLBS: 2262c Pharisaeus ]

Paleographically it can be very difficult, if not impossible, to distinguish the graphies phariseu and pharisen. Both options are etymologically possible, and are treated as separate articles.


1Bibl.Judaismtheol.Pharisee, member of a sect within Judaism
( c.1325; MS: c.1325 )  Coment un pharisen et un publican entroyent dedenz le temple  48.1
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