[rutier] (1212)

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[rutier] (1212)


[ FEW: 10,570a rumpere; Gdf: 7,252b routier 2; GdfC: 10,597b routier 2; TL: 8,1512 rotier; DEAF:  rompre (rotier 1); DMF:  routier; TLF: ; OED:  router n.1; MED:  roter n.; DMLBS: 2860a routarius ]
routier,  routour  


1mercenary soldier, highwayman, one of an ill-disciplined band of plunderers
( 1212; MS: 1212-13 )  avint Qu'od Franceis en Champaigne Vint uns routiers, par non Boucelins  803
( 1379 )  en grant confort et abaundissement des tielx malfeisours et routours et destourbance de la pees et quiete del commune poeple  iii 63
rute#1  ruteleder  ruter#3 
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