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sable2 m.
[FEW 11,18a lt. SABULUMDEAF; DEAF; TL 9, 10; Gdf; GdfC 604b; AND 668a; FEW 11, 18a; FEW; DiStefLoc 777. – Delisle 269; FennisGal S. 1617; MöhrenVal; RoPh 7, 385; Schultz 2, 90; [sigle]; [sigle]; [sigle] S. 378.⁠]
(sable ChevCygneNaissM 3084; Perl1N 2361; ChGuillI 1116; ContPerc4tO 15640 (?); ContPerc4tO 15640; GautLeuL2 2, 102; RegTournB 319; (sigles à datations multiples:) RôleCamG 2)
  • “sable” (ChevCygneNaissM 3084; Perl1N 2361; ChGuillI 1116; ContPerc4tO 15640 (?); ContPerc4tO 15640; GautLeuL2 2, 102; RegTournB 319; (sigles à datations multiples:) RôleCamG 2, Delisle 269; FennisGal S. 1617; MöhrenVal; RoPh 7, 385; Schultz 2, 90; [sigle]; [sigle]; [sigle] S. 378, DEAF; DEAF; TL 9, 10; Gdf; GdfC 604b; AND 668a; FEW 11, 18a; FEW; DiStefLoc 777)
sablement m.
[TL 9, 11.⁠]
  • “terrain sablonneux” (TL 9, 11)
sabler v.tr.
(saveler PiérardMons t. II, p. 200; [AalmaR 3823])
  • “sabler” (PiérardMons t. II, p. 200; [AalmaR 3823])
sablet m.
(savelet [AalmaR 3823])
  • “terrain sablonneux” ([AalmaR 3823])
sablier m.
[TL 9, 11; FEW 11, 18a. – LabordeGl; [sigle] p. 126.⁠]
(sablier CptRenéL p. 93)
  • “pièce de bois posée horizontalement, immédiatement au - déssus des mers, et destiné recevoir, à porter l'éxtrémité de certaines autres pièces de charpente” (CptRenéL p. 93, LabordeGl; [sigle] p. 126, TL 9, 11; FEW 11, 18a)
sabliere f.
[TL 9, 11; GuiraudObsc 475, 1368. – SammetSuff 153 Anm. 4.⁠]
(sabliere CptRoyM 7524; CptRoyM)
  • “pièce de bois posée horizontalement, immédiatement au - déssus des mers, et destiné recevoir, à porter l'éxtrémité de certaines autres pièces de charpente” (CptRoyM 7524; CptRoyM, SammetSuff 153 Anm. 4, TL 9, 11; GuiraudObsc 475, 1368)
sabloi m.
[TL 9, 11; Gdf 7, 271a; FEW 11, 18a. – SammetSuff 123 Anm. 2.⁠]
  • “plaine de sable” (SammetSuff 123 Anm. 2, TL 9, 11; Gdf 7, 271a; FEW 11, 18a)
sablois m.
(saibleis BanMetzW t.7, 530)
  • “marchand de sable” (BanMetzW t.7, 530)
sablon m.
[TL 9, 11; TL 9, 251; TL 9, 251; GdfC 604c; AND 668a; AND 668a; AND 668a; FEW 11, 12b; FEW 11, 12a; FEW; FEW; FEW; FEW 5 a; FEW; FEW; Baker; KramerGader; LevyTrés; LevyTrés. – BPH 1966, 408; BTDial 50, 152; Bev 24; Burgess 130; ContPerc T 5756; FennisGal 1617; LangloisVie 3, 181; MantouVoc Y.C. I 424 (21); Y.C. I 484 (12); Y: C. II 61 (21); Messelaar 208; MélBehrens 67; MénardRire 125; Pck; R 108 (1986) 230; RLiR 50, 1986, 286; 84, 24; SammetSuff 85; Trénel 514; [sigle] 374.⁠]
(sa(i)blon GalienD, sabelon BibleMalkS 5069; HosebHenL 20, sabelum EdConfCambrW 2791, sabelun PetPhilT 15 23, sabiloun NominaleS B 150, 4, sablioun SalzmanBuild 438, sablon CourLouisL1; BenTroieC; BenDucF 20838, 36198; AdamA 704; AdamG3 708; AdamSt 704; Aiol1/2F 1367; Aiol1/2N 1366, etc.; CligesG; CligesM 233; PercL; FlorebK 42, 1007; AlexParA II (β 36) 46, 48; AlexParA II, 2388; AlexParA II, 1726; AlexParA I, var. 137, 2866; AimonFlH 1770, 2211; Saisna/lB 1101; 210°/206°, 1503°/1433°; AmbroiseP 2717; 9205; BueveAgnS 582, 2842; DoonRocheM 3785; GuibAndrM 398, 651, 678; VengRagF 114; BestGuillR 2259; AimeriD 2815; FlorenceW 365b; 845, 2199, 4995; BlancandS; Bueve1S 9169, 9182, 9442; Bueve2S 4523, 5074; Bueve3S 4058, 5961, 15062; ChevBarBloisB; AucR3 XXVII, 18; AucS10; ComtePoitM 1215; OrsonP 1414; RoselLec 18019; ArtusS 304, 50; GilChinP 2834; ParDuchP 2361; AuberiT 8, 32; BestAmOctT 2706; BibleEntS 1167; CourLouiscLe; MaugisV 515, 538; VivMonbrancE 966; MenReimsW 155; AnticlC 1353; RutebF AS 1224; EnfRenC; SimPouilleaB B 358, 1986, C 266; SimPouilleaB 332, 1923; SidracH 149; CptRoyF; MaccabeS 7364; TerrSVigorM 43; NominaleS C. 438; GesteFrancorR 11, 22, 3631, ecc.; OgDanAlC 344, 355, 1184; Taille1313M 30c; CptRoyM 7359, 7362, 7430, 7451; CptRoyM; LicorneG 8069; ChirChevP p. 424; RenContrR 26491, 26497 etc.; BelleHelR 893a; 7728, 10127, 12031; ChevPapH 85, 4, 20, 21; [AalmaR 10.690; GlLilleS 110b; RégSantélC 44r]; (sigles à datations multiples:) Aspland 7, 103; 26, 79; BartschChrest 8, 11; 20, 12; HuntMed 1051; MontRayn V, 38 etc.; NoomenFabl t. 7, 447; PannierLapid D. 1162, Sablon BibleMacéL; Rolv41/2G; ChiproisR; (sigles à datations multiples:) HenryŒn, SABLON GuillPalMo, sablons AldL 17, 27; JoinvW1 416e; 102g, sabloun SalzmanBuild 463; SalzmanBuild 419, sablum ChronSMichelB 832; WaldefH 13054, 17340, 19094, 19140; 18760, sablun PhThBestWa; ProvSalSanI; HornP 3115, 3144; 143; SGillesP 940, 994; IpH 5076, 6032; ProtH; PrêtreJeand/yG 612, 445*; BibleDécb/eN; ChGuillI; ChGuillM 228, 1137, 1178, 1890; BrutIntB, sabulo BougWyffCal, sabulon CroisRichJ, saublon [ProstInv 729], sauvelon PiérardMons t. II, p. 200, savellon [ModusT], savelon AntiocheD 17; DehDoc 179; chdouai0391 1; MédLiégH 6; SottChansOxfL XX, 34 (r.); SoneG 7238; LaGrangeTournai 81, Savelon RoisinM, savlon RenNouvR 3628)
  • 1o“sable” (PhThBestWa; CourLouisL1; ProvSalSanI; ChronSMichelB 832; BenTroieC; HornP 3115, 3144; 143; BenDucF 20838, 36198; AdamA 704; AdamG3 708; AdamSt 704; Aiol1/2F 1367; Aiol1/2N 1366, etc.; CligesG; CligesM 233; PercL; FlorebK 42, 1007; SGillesP 940, 994; AlexParA II (β 36) 46, 48; AlexParA II, 2388; AlexParA II, 1726; AlexParA I, var. 137, 2866; IpH 5076, 6032; ProtH; AimonFlH 1770, 2211; AntiocheD 17; Saisna/lB 1101; 210°/206°, 1503°/1433°; PrêtreJeand/yG 612, 445*; AmbroiseP 2717; 9205; BibleDécb/eN; BueveAgnS 582, 2842; DoonRocheM 3785; GuibAndrM 398, 651, 678; GuillPalMo; VengRagF 114; WaldefH 13054, 17340, 19094, 19140; 18760; BestGuillR 2259; AimeriD 2815; ChGuillI; ChGuillM 228, 1137, 1178, 1890; FlorenceW 365b; 845, 2199, 4995; BlancandS; BrutIntB; Bueve1S 9169, 9182, 9442; Bueve2S 4523, 5074; Bueve3S 4058, 5961, 15062; ChevBarBloisB; AucR3 XXVII, 18; AucS10; ComtePoitM 1215; OrsonP 1414; PetPhilT 15 23; RoselLec 18019; ArtusS 304, 50; GilChinP 2834; ParDuchP 2361; EdConfCambrW 2791; AuberiT 8, 32; BestAmOctT 2706; BibleEntS 1167; CourLouiscLe; DehDoc 179; MaugisV 515, 538; VivMonbrancE 966; AldL 17, 27; MenReimsW 155; AnticlC 1353; RutebF AS 1224; EnfRenC; MédLiégH 6; SimPouilleaB B 358, 1986, C 266; SimPouilleaB 332, 1923; RoisinM; BibleMalkS 5069; CroisRichJ; SidracH 149; BougWyffCal; CptRoyF; HosebHenL 20; MaccabeS 7364; SottChansOxfL XX, 34 (r.); RenNouvR 3628; SoneG 7238; PiérardMons t. II, p. 200; TerrSVigorM 43; BibleMacéL; Rolv41/2G; JoinvW1 416e; 102g; NominaleS B 150, 4; NominaleS C. 438; SalzmanBuild 463; SalzmanBuild 419; SalzmanBuild 438; GesteFrancorR 11, 22, 3631, ecc.; OgDanAlC 344, 355, 1184; Taille1313M 30c; CptRoyM 7359, 7362, 7430, 7451; CptRoyM; LicorneG 8069; ChiproisR; LaGrangeTournai 81; ChirChevP p. 424; RenContrR 26491, 26497 etc.; BelleHelR 893a; 7728, 10127, 12031; ChevPapH 85, 4, 20, 21; GalienD; [ModusT; ProstInv 729; AalmaR 10.690; GlLilleS 110b; RégSantélC 44r]; (sigles à datations multiples:) Aspland 7, 103; 26, 79; BartschChrest 8, 11; 20, 12; HenryŒn; HuntMed 1051; MontRayn V, 38 etc.; NoomenFabl t. 7, 447; PannierLapid D. 1162, BPH 1966, 408; BTDial 50, 152; Bev 24; Burgess 130; ContPerc T 5756; FennisGal 1617; LangloisVie 3, 181; MantouVoc Y.C. I 424 (21); Y.C. I 484 (12); Y: C. II 61 (21); Messelaar 208; MélBehrens 67; MénardRire 125; Pck; R 108 (1986) 230; RLiR 50, 1986, 286; 84, 24; SammetSuff 85; Trénel 514; [sigle] 374, TL 9, 11; TL 9, 251; TL 9, 251; GdfC 604c; AND 668a; AND 668a; AND 668a; FEW 11, 12b; FEW 11, 12a; FEW; FEW; FEW; FEW 5 a; FEW; FEW; Baker; KramerGader; LevyTrés; LevyTrés)
  • 2o“Identificanda DocLing” (chdouai0391 1)
sablonaille f.
[TL 9, 13; Gdf 7, 271a; FEW. – HoltusEntree 125, 157, 170, 434.⁠]
(sablonaille EntreeT 13155, sablonnaille FlorenceW 365b; 1359)
  • “plaine de sable” (FlorenceW 365b; 1359; EntreeT 13155, HoltusEntree 125, 157, 170, 434, TL 9, 13; Gdf 7, 271a; FEW)
sablonal m.
[TL 9, 13; Gdf 7, 271a; Gdf; FEW 11, 13a; FEW. – MélSuard 591.⁠]
(sablonnal MaugisV 3142)
  • “plaine de sable” (MaugisV 3142, MélSuard 591, TL 9, 13; Gdf 7, 271a; Gdf; FEW 11, 13a; FEW)
sablonas adj.
[TL 9, 13; Gdf 7, 271b; FEW. – ActesGuillDig 242 n. 60.⁠]
  • “sablonneux” (ActesGuillDig 242 n. 60, TL 9, 13; Gdf 7, 271b; FEW)
sabloncel m.
[TL 9, 13; Gdf 7, 271b; FEW 11, 13a.⁠]
  • “plaine de sable” (TL 9, 13; Gdf 7, 271b; FEW 11, 13a)
sablonee f.
[TL 9, 13; Gdf 7, 271b; FEW 11, 13b.⁠]
  • “plaine de sable” (TL 9, 13; Gdf 7, 271b; FEW 11, 13b)
sablonei m.
[TL 9, 15; Gdf; Gdf 7, 271c; AND 668a; FEW 11, 13a.⁠]
(sablonei BenTroieC, sabloney ThomKentF 1431, 4802, sablonnoi JourdBlD 3700; JourdBlD2, sablonoi EnfGodM 3418 var.; Perl1N; FlorenceW 365b; 1497; MaugisV C 7861; AnsCartBoB p116)
  • “plaine de sable” (BenTroieC; ThomKentF 1431, 4802; EnfGodM 3418 var.; JourdBlD 3700; JourdBlD2; Perl1N; FlorenceW 365b; 1497; MaugisV C 7861; AnsCartBoB p116, TL 9, 15; Gdf; Gdf 7, 271c; AND 668a; FEW 11, 13a)
sabloner v.tr.
[TL 9, 14; Gdf 7, 271b; Gdf; GdfC 605a.⁠]
  • “parsemer de sable” (TL 9, 14; Gdf 7, 271b; Gdf; GdfC 605a)
sablonerie f.
(sablonerie ContGuillTyrA 150)
  • “lieu d’où l’on tire le sable” (ContGuillTyrA 150)
sablonie f.
(sablonie PriseOrabR1; PriseOrcR 1661)
  • “sable” (PriseOrabR1; PriseOrcR 1661)
sablonier adj.
[TL 9, 14; Gdf 7, 271b; Gdf 7, 271b; FEW 11, 13a; FEW; FEW 11, 13a.⁠]
(Sablon(i)èr GlBâleB, sablonier ChevVivM; ChevVivM E1565/33; OrsonP 2230; MaugisV 253, sablonièr GlBâleB 1974, sablonnier MerlinP; Bueve2S 16154; EnfRenC; BelleHelR 893b; 4148; GalienD)
  • “sablonneux” (GlBâleB; GlBâleB 1974; MerlinP; OrsonP 2230; EnfRenC, Gdf 7, 271b; FEW 11, 13a)
    • ⁠adj. subst. “terrain sablonneux” (ChevVivM; ChevVivM E1565/33; Bueve2S 16154; MaugisV 253; BelleHelR 893b; 4148; GalienD, TL 9, 14; Gdf 7, 271b; FEW 11, 13a; FEW)
sabloniere f.
[TL 9, 14; GdfC 605a; GdfC; FEW 11, 13a; DelbMat; LevyTrés. – [sigle] 296.⁠]
(sablonere BestGuillR 2620, sabloniere PriseCordD 2779; HerbCandS 8327; FlorenceW 365b; 1631; Bueve1S 9396; AnsCartA; AuberiT 187, 18; MaugisV *P1473, *P1474; FloriantW 3767, sablonière AmbroiseP 2747; 5964; 435, sablonniere MerlinsR *425, 16; VivMonbrancE 186; CensHerchiesM 125, 11; EnfRenC, sablonniére MirNDPers1-40P 16 1675, savloniere TerrEvêqueH S. 170)
  • “plaine de sable” (PriseCordD 2779; AmbroiseP 2747; 5964; 435; HerbCandS 8327; BestGuillR 2620; FlorenceW 365b; 1631; Bueve1S 9396; AnsCartA; MerlinsR *425, 16; AuberiT 187, 18; MaugisV *P1473, *P1474; VivMonbrancE 186; CensHerchiesM 125, 11; EnfRenC; FloriantW 3767; TerrEvêqueH S. 170; MirNDPers1-40P 16 1675, [sigle] 296, TL 9, 14; GdfC 605a; GdfC; FEW 11, 13a; DelbMat; LevyTrés)
sablonis m.
[TL 9, 15.⁠]
(sablonnis [GesteMonglGir/Hern/RenD 1071])
  • “plaine de sable” ([GesteMonglGir/Hern/RenD 1071], TL 9, 15)
sablonoie f.
[Gdf 7, 271c; FEW. – CorleyCont1 p206; CorleyCont2; CorleyCont2 S26239.⁠]
(sablonnoie Saisna/lB 1101, 4004° (A); ContPerc2lC2 p156, sablonoie PriseDefP)
  • “plaine de sable” (Saisna/lB 1101, 4004° (A); ContPerc2lC2 p156; PriseDefP, CorleyCont1 p206; CorleyCont2; CorleyCont2 S26239, Gdf 7, 271c; FEW)
sablonois m.
[Gdf 7, 271c; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; FEW; FEW; FEW.⁠]
(sablonois Saisna/lB 1101; 3314°)
  • “plaine de sable” (Saisna/lB 1101; 3314°, Gdf 7, 271c; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; FEW; FEW; FEW)
sablonor adj.
[FEW 11, 13b. – Delisle.⁠]
  • “qui conduit à la mer” (Delisle, FEW 11, 13b)
sablonos adj.
[GdfC; GdfC 605a; AND 668a; AND 668a; AND 668a; AND 668a; FEW; FEW; FEW 11, 13a; DelbMat.⁠]
(sabloneus AnsCartA 7944, sablonneux [AalmaR 10.690], sablonos BenTroieC, savlonneus AldL 174, 22)
  • “où il y a beaucoup de sable” (BenTroieC; AnsCartA 7944; AldL 174, 22; [AalmaR 10.690], GdfC; GdfC 605a; AND 668a; AND 668a; AND 668a; AND 668a; FEW; FEW; FEW 11, 13a; DelbMat)
sablos adj.
[MöhrenLand.⁠]
(sablos HosebHenL 16)
  • “où il y a beaucoup de sable” (HosebHenL 16, MöhrenLand)
sabuleux adj.
[GdfLex. – ActesMfr10 270; StädtlerGdfLex 270.⁠]
  • “où il y a beaucoup de sable” (ActesMfr10 270; StädtlerGdfLex 270, GdfLex)
savelinghe m.
[BTDial 50, 152; MantouVoc Y.C. II 65 (12), Y.C. II 65 (34), Y.C. II 66 (21); ZrP 91, 621.⁠]
  • “sable fin” (BTDial 50, 152; MantouVoc Y.C. II 65 (12), Y.C. II 65 (34), Y.C. II 66 (21); ZrP 91, 621)
ensabloner v.intr.
[TL 3,505,4; FEW XI, 13b. – HoltusEntree 106, 137; [sigle] 10704.⁠]
(ensabloner EntreeT 10704)
  • “rouler sur le sable” (EntreeT 10704, HoltusEntree 106, 137; [sigle] 10704, TL 3,505,4; FEW XI, 13b)
assabler v.
[GdfLex. – ActesMfr10 230.⁠]
(assabler [DebHerP p190])
  • “ensabler” ([DebHerP p190], ActesMfr10 230, GdfLex)