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stole1 (s.xii1/3)


[FEW: 12,279a stola; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: 9,1043 stole; DEAF:  estole (*); DMF: ; TLF: ; OED:  stole n.1; MED:  stole n.; DMLBS: 3204c stola 1]

pl. stolis  


1costumerobe, long garment
( s.xii1/3; MS: s.xiiex ) une virgine bien vestue, Od une stole al col pendu  243.1218
( 1165-80?; MS: s.xiiiin ) Aportez stole e sil vestez E anel en sun dei metez  191.1009
( MS: s.xiii1 ) stola: stole  ii 107.172
costumeeccl.stole, liturgical vestment consisting of a long narrow band of cloth worn over one or both shoulders by deacons, priests and bishops
( c.1184; MS: s.xiiiex ) Amit, aube, stole e fanun  530
( 1373 ) deux albes ovesque les parrures de meisme la suyt; deux stoles et deux fanons de la dite suyt  ii 188
( 1415 ) Item, .v. stolis veillis joynez, pris .xvj. d.  89
( 1423 ) .iij. aubes, .ij. stoles, .ij. fanons  iv 227.556
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