[pomace] (s.xiiiex)

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[pomace] (s.xiiiex)

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[ FEW: *9,153b pomum; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF:  pon (*); DMF: ; TLF: ; OED:  pomace n.; MED:  pomis n.; DMLBS: 2337 pomacium ]

The Latin word pomacium is glossed elsewhere with appelmos (TLL ii 107) and an alternative interpretation would be ‘pulp of plants from which the juice has been extracted’ (cf. MED sub pomis n.). With John of Garland’s Unus Omnium lexicographical text lacking any context, the precise sense of the word, both in Latin and its Anglo-Norman gloss, remains unclear.


1beverageapple juice, cider
( MS: s.xiiiex )  pomacium: gallice pomaz  ii 167
pomade  pume 
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