rimour (c.1300)

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rimour (c.1300)


[ FEW: 16,717b *rîm; Gdf: ; GdfC: 10,578c rimeur; TL: 8,1299 rimëor 2; DEAF:  rime 4 (rimëor); DMF:  rimeur 1; TLF:  rimeur; OED:  rhymer n.; MED:  rimour n.; DMLBS: ]
rimeour,  rymour  


1occupationmusicrhymer, poet, versifier, minstrel
( MS: c.1300 )  Rymeour de Wyrcestre  58
( 1305 )  Richard nostre rymour desire molt d'aprendre la menestralcie de crouther  114
( 1402 )  qe nulls westours, et rymours, mynstrales, ou vacabundes, ne soient sustenuz en Gales  iii 508
rime#1  rimeier  rimer 
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