provendrer (1304-05)

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provendrer (1304-05)

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[ FEW: *9,277a praebenda; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF:  provende (*); DMF: ; TLF: ; OED:  provendrer n.; MED:  provendrer(e n.; DMLBS: ]
provandrer,  provandrere  

The form with excrescent 'r' does not seem to be represented in CF. The OED suggests that the word was formed within English, however, the earliest extant use of the word in English dates from 1390.


1eccl.prebendary, holder of a prebend
( 1304-05 )  sire G. de la G., provendrer de seint Martin de Lundres  43
( 1346 )  W.D. provandrere de la provandre nostre Dame en l’eglise [...] de W.  20 i Ed III 267
( 1373 )  Monstré nous ad nostre bien amé clerc sire Henry de Ingelby provendrer de Crophull l'Evesque en l'esglise collegiale de Southwelle  ii 126
prebender  provende  provendre 
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