suzaler (1148-64 (?))

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suzaler (1148-64 (?))


[FEW: 24,424b ambulare; Gdf: 7,545b sousaler; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF:  aler (sosaler); DMF:  sous-aller; TLF: ; OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: ]
southaler;  susaler,  suthaler  


1to go underneath
( MS: s.xiii ) subito: adverbium, sudenement; subito: subio, susaler  i 122
2to undergo, be subjected to
( MS: s.xiv1 ) peyn de inprisoment [sic] doit southaler  333.CX4
3to undertake, carry out
( MS: s.xivm ) pour ceo que tu moi fesoies southaler tant oevere (Latin: tantum opus subire fecisti)  6ra


suzaler a
1to fall to, devolve to (in succession)
( 1148-64? ) Charlemaine engendrad Charle al Fier vis e Pepin [...]. Mais Papin ne vesqui enprés iceo que cinc anz. A Charle suzala tut le regne  366
aler#1  suz#1 
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