requiem (s.xiii2/4)

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requiem (s.xiii2/4)


[ FEW: 10,282a requies; Gdf: ; GdfC: 10,553c requiem; TL: 8,972 requiem; DEAF:  requiem; DMF:  requiem; TLF:  requiem; OED:  requiem n.1; MED:  requiem n.; DMLBS: 2784c requies ]
ls(loanword: Latin )

The botanical/pharmacological sense, as a transference of the core sense ‘rest’, is not present in the cognate dictionaries.


1eccl.liturgicalmusicrequiem, mass or prayer for the salvation of the soul of a dead person
( 1267; MS: c.1300 )  L’un pur l’alme chantera, L’autre [...], Le terz a requiem bevera Ke ja l'alme repos n'avera  3735
( 1347 )  q'ils chauntent une messe de requiem pour ma alme  i 42
( 1399; MS: s.xv1 )  la messe de requiem arraiez en pontificale, l’ercevesque d’Everwyk qui la celebra  272.199.27
( 1415 )  pour dire dirige et chaunter messe de requiem  ii 15 opiate plant or somniferous preparation
( s.xiii2/4; MS: s.xiii3/4 )  por faire dormir si le doigne l'em requies  i 182
( c.1300; MS: s.xivin )  Aprés le bayn doné[t] requiem e miclete en owel peis  ii 175.156
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