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soing m.
[FEW 17, 272a lt. *SUNNIFEW 272a; TL 9, 771; FEW; AND 710a; FEW (272a); GdfC 10, 681b; AND 718a; FEW 17, 272a; TL 9, 763; DiStefLoc 801; GdfC; AND 718b; AND 738a; AND 718a. – RoPh 14, 340; RF 29, 198; Guinet; ZrP 92, 199; Pope 465, 474; R 82, p. 143; RLiR 30, 1961.⁠]
  • “attention à veiller au bien, au bon état de” (AlexisP O 49e, 197d; RolB 3250; WaceMargaK 152; CourLouisL1; CharroiPo t. II, 182; WaceNicR 1247; CharroiM 314, 713; ThebesC; EneasS1 1930; ErecR 2307; PhilomB 879; HornP 2891; ErecR 5037; ErecR 4776; BenTroieC; BenDucF; BenDucF; BenDucF; BenDucM I, p. 187, v. 3029; p. 432, v. 10095; p. 442, v. 10416, etc.; Aiol1/2F 5688; GautArrErR 88, 3757, 4492; EstFougK 1111; CligesG; CligesM 2395, 5088, 6189; PercL; EdmK 571; EdmK 571; ProtH; AlexParA I, var. 84, 1837; AlexArsM B 98, BB; GuiNantm/v/fM; AimonFlH 2293; 4775, 5883; SBernCantG; RobDiableL; GraelentT; Saisna/lB 1109; MantelB M 610; Saisna/lB 1109; BodelNicH 1519; CantLandP 412, 2012; CantLandP 445 etc.; ChevVivM 1298, 1686, E 402/7; PriseCordD 462; PoèmeMorB 451, 856, 2280, 2386; GuillPalMo; GirVianeY 695; GirVianeY 695; DoonRocheM 482, 745, 1135; ChevCygneFinN p. 409; AngDialGregP; MortAymC 3022; FetRomF1; ChGuillI 3282; FlorenceW 369a, 1616, 2246, 2249, 2669, etc.; Bueve3S; DurmS 3637; DurmG; Bueve3S 9725, 1461, 10481; Bueve2S 1807, 3496, 8502; Bueve1S 3050, 8037, 8843; OmbreB2 562; MorPhilP 176; OrsonP 2632; AucS10; AucR3 XXXIX 30; OrsonP; TristPrC 203, 7; ModvB2 5832; JErartN XVII, 8; GilChinP; Pères43B 840; SermMaccM 210; SMarg5T; CourLouiscLe; HuonR 201, 393, 1813, 4400, 8817, 9126; MaugisV 1598; BeaumS 664; SDomM; RobHoY v. 2404; AnticlC 2393; AnticlC 2155; VMortAnW 1, 9; 270, 9; CharroicL; EnfRenC; JobB 204; BodelFablN; Rolv41/2G; PéageChalonbA 109; GeoffrParChronD 337; JCondM; MirNDPers1-40P 31 1480; TristNantS; TristNantS; [ProstInv 1, S. 85; ProstInv S. 85; DenFoulB1 II 17, 2; FroissPrisF 1973, 2204, etc.; GaceBuigneB 4038; FroissBallB; PassTroyB III 3826; III 2951]; (sigles à datations multiples:) NoomenFabl III, 14/ 396; 15/556; RivièrePast; NoomenFabl t. 6, 396; BartschHorning; NoomenFabl I, 2/B716, 1/561; NoomenFabl t. 5, 480; SGreg 740; Aspland; NoomenFabl t. 9, 359b; MontRayn; BartschChrest 27, 86. 247. 269; 33, 22; NoomenFabl I; NoomenFabl II, 10/321; NoomenFabl III; NoomenFabl 29/68; NoomenFabl 34a/177, 34b/A 175; NoomenFabl t. 8, 432, ZrP 92, 199; Guinet; Pope 465, 474; R 82, p. 143; RLiR 30, 1961; RoPh 14, 340; RF 29, 198, AND 710a; FEW (272a); GdfC 10, 681b; AND 718a; FEW 17, 272a; TL 9, 763; DiStefLoc 801; GdfC; AND 718b; FEW 272a; TL 9, 771; FEW; AND 738a; AND 718a)
nonsoing m.
[FEW 17, 272b.⁠]
  • “négligence” (FEW 17, 272b)
soignier v.
[TL 9, 764; TL 9, 764; TL 9, 844; Gdf; Gdf 7, 441a; Gdf; GdfC; AND 718a; AND 718a; FEW 273a; FEW; FEW; FEW; FEW 273 a; FEW 273 a; FEW; AND 718b. – ARom 7 (1923) 298; KaiserMPol 67; Morlet 186; Pope 465; R 66, p. 413; R 101, 504-505; RF 85, 487; RLiR 26, 395 ss.; RLiR 25, 238; SchelerGil I, 154.20; 188.26; 213.20; SchelerJPreis 16208, 16811; ZrP 103 (1987) 299.⁠]
  • “avoir des soucis, être préoccupé” (GysselingDocAnc p. 203, l. 19; Aiol1/2F *1484; AimonFlH 4690; SBernCantG; SMarieEgtS 1008; GuillAnglW 1939; BestPierre1M V, 5; XXXVII, 10; ChevCygneFinN p. 574; DoonRocheM 3290; Bueve1S 6546; Bueve3S 3469, 4898, 8247; CoincyI1...K 397 var.; MorPhilP 2233; TrubertR; TrubertR 2726; ChansArtB XI, 32; ChansArtJ; CoincyII1...K 65 var.; CoutVerdun1M 83, 22; DocHMarneG 275, 26; CesTuimAlC; CesTuimAlC; CesTuimAlC 3171; 4909, 5648; EpJérN 62; GautLeuL2; JerusAcreG/-MGodG/-BaudG 1016; JeuxPartL; JeuxPartL; RigomerF; RobBloisDidF; SDenisPr1L; BonnardotMetz p. 18; AnticlC 138; LongnonDoc 129 H; RoisinM; CourtAmsS 1752, 1648; JPrioratR 74, 717, 751; JobB 1692; JobG 1692; ChaceOisi2H 50, 2; ChaceOisi2H; PrunB 196; JCourtPlaitaK 147; ProprChosMirK; RegDijon1L; RenContrR 24322; BastC 4540; GilMuisK 352 a; I, 154, 20; PassEntreR 138; [FroissPrisF 3089, 3879; DeschQ VI, 228; FroissBallB; PassTroyB II 5546, I 7300; PassTroyB II 2982; AndrVigneSMartD V. 4036], ARom 7 (1923) 298; KaiserMPol 67; Morlet 186; Pope 465; R 66, p. 413; R 101, 504-505; RF 85, 487; RLiR 26, 395 ss.; RLiR 25, 238; SchelerGil I, 154.20; 188.26; 213.20; SchelerJPreis 16208, 16811; ZrP 103 (1987) 299, TL 9, 764; TL 9, 764; TL 9, 844; Gdf; Gdf 7, 441a; Gdf; GdfC; AND 718a; AND 718a; FEW 273a; FEW; FEW; FEW; FEW 273 a; FEW 273 a; FEW; AND 718b)
soignos adj.
[TL 9, 765; GdfC; FEW 272b; FEW 272b; FEW 272 b; FEW 17, 272 b; AdHaleLexM. – Pope 465; RoPh 24, 673.⁠]
  • “qui se soucie de” (PoèmeMorB 462, 2206, etc.; CoincyI18/19/20/37/38/39/40/43Kr 41; GodinM 13311; BeaumJBlL; EpJérN 270, 555, etc.; 1794; JeuxPartL; VMortAnW 298, 9; AubS; GouvRoisGauchyM p459; GlDouaiE1 130; GlDouaiE1 130; GlDouaiE1 129; CourtAmsS; JobB 1796, 1797; JobB 1796, 1797; SDieudD; DialGregEvrS p. 1005; MirNDPers1-40P 10 483, 541, etc.; MirNDPers1-40P; JMoteVoieP 776, 3869; [AmphYpL2; FroissEspF1 2759; AalmaR 11. 485; AalmaR 11. 045; DeschQ VI, 138; AlgorLiègeW 473; PassTroyB I 3057 etc.]; (sigles à datations multiples:) Aspland; BartschChrest 89d, 95; 95, 36; HenryŒn, Pope 465; RoPh 24, 673, TL 9, 765; GdfC; FEW 272b; FEW 272b; FEW 272 b; FEW 17, 272 b; AdHaleLexM)
tressoignosement adv.
  • “avec beaucoup de soin” (SBernCantG)
tressoingnier v.
[FEW 17, 274 b.⁠]
  • “avoir peur de” (FEW 17, 274 b)
dessoignié adj.
[TL; TL 2,1755,50; TL; Gdf 2, 655b; FEW 17, 274b.⁠]
  • “libre d'occupation” (TL; TL 2,1755,50; TL; Gdf 2, 655b; FEW 17, 274b)
dessoniier v.
[TL 2,1756,38; TL; Gdf 2, 656a; DCCarp 149c; DCCarp 149c; FEW 17, 275b.⁠]
  • “décharger, libérer” (BanMetzW, TL 2,1756,38; TL; Gdf 2, 656a; DCCarp 149c; DCCarp 149c; FEW 17, 275b)
abesoignement m.
[FEW XVII, 279a; Gdf I 21c.⁠]
  • “besogne” (FEW XVII, 279a; Gdf I 21c)
abesoignier v.
[TL; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf I, 21c; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; FEW 278b; FEW 17, 379a; FEW 279a; GlSuisse 6, 22b. – BCRHist p. 191; CapussoMPol p. 49; KaiserMPol 91.⁠]
(a_besongnast ChMM103 13)
  • 1o“avoir besoin; faire besoin, être nécessaire” (BenDucF 16254; BenDucF 16254; CoutVerdun1M 31, 7; 67, 20; EnanchetF 2,20; 8,3?; 14,4; ClefD 2238; MPolRustR; HosebHenL 4; (sigles à datations multiples:) HuntTeach 185, BCRHist p. 191; CapussoMPol p. 49; KaiserMPol 91, TL; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf I, 21c; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; FEW 278b; FEW 17, 379a; FEW 279a; GlSuisse 6, 22b)
  • 2o“Identificanda DocLing” (ChMM103 13)
abesoignos adj.
  • “nécessaire” (HuonAuvbS6 7236)
soingnié adj.
[Gdf 7, 366b.⁠]
  • “instruit, bien élevé” (Gdf 7, 366b)
soignable adj.
[TL 9, 760; Gdf 7, 439c.⁠]
  • “digne de soins” (RenContrR 32270, TL 9, 760; Gdf 7, 439c)
soignaison f.
[TL 9, 760.⁠]
  • “soin” (TL 9, 760)
soignance f.
[TL 9, 760; Gdf 7, 439c; FEW 17, 274 a; LevyTrés. – LevyHagin 42 b 7.⁠]
  • “souci” (HaginL 42 b; RenContrR 39578, LevyHagin 42 b 7, TL 9, 760; Gdf 7, 439c; FEW 17, 274 a; LevyTrés)
soignant f. et m.
[TL 9, 760; Gdf 7, 439c; Gdf; Gdf; AND 738a; AND 738a; FEW 17, 273b; FEW 273 b; FEW 273 b; FEW 273b; LevyTrés; LevyTrés. – MénardRire 697, 129; R 76, p. 537; RoiFloreJ0 CXXX; SchelerJPreis 8627; 35047; 35058.⁠]
  • “concubine” (CommPsia1G XLIV, 623; MarieGuigW2 F 333; MarieLaisL Fr 323; MarieLaisR; BenTroieC; BenDucF 33504, 34206, 37351; BenDucM II, p. 558, v. 31275; III, p. 8, v. 31975; p. 116, v. 35119; JosephS 102; EstFougK 209; MarieFabW2; AlexArsM C 158; GarLorrI; RenR; SBernCantG; EspineT; GerbMetzT 2073, 8284; HermValS 1152, 2495; PoèmeMorB 869; FlorenceW 369a, 501; BrutIntB; LancPrM VIII, 50; CoincyII1...K 1450; CoincyII9Kr 1450, 1854; BeaumS 1713; JacVitryB VI, 82, 83, 85, 86; LXX, 11; RigomerF; SermMaccM 210; VMortAnW 75, 8; JMeunAbB II 41; GlDouaiE1 112; GlDouaiE1 100; RenNouvR 5182; RenγF2; BibleMacéP; Apol3L 106, 1; [GodBouillBruxR]; (sigles à datations multiples:) ConstHamelR 23; HenryChrest; MontRayn I, 299; IV, 167; NoomenFabl t. 9, 359b; NoomenFabl I, 2/A 23; ProvM 1249, MénardRire 697, 129; R 76, p. 537; RoiFloreJ0 CXXX; SchelerJPreis 8627; 35047; 35058, TL 9, 760; Gdf 7, 439c; Gdf; Gdf; AND 738a; AND 738a; FEW 17, 273b; FEW 273 b; FEW 273 b; FEW 273b; LevyTrés; LevyTrés)
soignantage m.
[TL 9, 761; Gdf 7, 439c; Gdf; AND 738a; FEW 17, 273b; FEW 273b; AdHaleLexM. – MélMel 81; StN 41, 417.⁠]
  • “concubinage” (BenTroieC; BenDucM III, p 553, v 553; RCambrM; BatLoqVulgB2 472; EscoufleM 313a; 3912; EscoufleS 3912; AudefroiC XV, 3; BibleDécb/eN; Bueve3S 12296, 9945; LancPrM III, 8; LXVII, 7; GuillMarM 3663; ArtusS 222, 30; BeaumS 18, 22, 24; JeuxPartL; Pères64B 627 var.; RigomerF; SermMaccM 210; MarqueA 85b 4; VMortAnW 16, 2; AdHaleFeuillL 74, 445; BeaumCoutS 599, 601, 1636; LaurinT; KanorM; CourtAmsS 401; OvMorB 7, p. 20, 230, MélMel 81; StN 41, 417, TL 9, 761; Gdf 7, 439c; Gdf; AND 738a; FEW 17, 273b; FEW 273b; AdHaleLexM)
soignanter v.
[FEW 17, 273b; LevyTrés.⁠]
  • “traiter en concubine, prendre en concubinage” (FEW 17, 273b; LevyTrés)
soignanterie f.
  • “concubinage” (JacVitryB LXX, 11)
soignantier m.
[TL 9, 762; Gdf 7, 440a; FEW 17, 273b.⁠]
  • “celui qui a une concubine” (TL 9, 762; Gdf 7, 440a; FEW 17, 273b)
soignantiere f.
[TL 9, 763; FEW 17, 274a.⁠]
  • “concubine” (TL 9, 763; FEW 17, 274a)
soignantise f.
[TL 9, 763; Gdf 7, 440a; Gdf; FEW 273b.⁠]
  • “concubinage” (TL 9, 763; Gdf 7, 440a; Gdf; FEW 273b)
soigne f.
[TL 9, 763; TL 9, 763; TL 9, 764; Gdf; Gdf 7, 440b; Gdf 7, 440b; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; FEW 2, 1 665b; FEW 17, 273 a; KramerGader. – Rbph 2 b I (1948) 176.⁠]
(soine chdouai0116 2, sonne chdouai0473a 16; chdouai0473b 5, soune chdouai0473c 2, soigne chJu014 6)
  • 1o“soin, souci” (EscoufleS 5356; YonM 2607; CourRenF 496; MédLiégH 181, 981, 1174; 202; 173; EnfOgS 5472; MaccabeS 6245; GlDouaiE1 130; JakD 5161, 5510, 6069; JakD 672, 4302, 3160; JoinvW1 432e; ChaceOisiM; JCondM; JCondM; JCondOisR; HuonAuvBrB; HuonAuvbS6 8596; PrisePampM 1366; [ChOthéeF]; (sigles à datations multiples:) Rosenberg 122:10, Rbph 2 b I (1948) 176, TL 9, 763; TL 9, 763; TL 9, 764; Gdf; Gdf 7, 440b; Gdf 7, 440b; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; FEW 2, 1 665b; FEW 17, 273 a; KramerGader)
  • 2o“Identificanda DocLing” (chdouai0116 2; chJu014 6; chdouai0473a 16; chdouai0473b 5; chdouai0473c 2)
soignee f.
[FEW 1, 190b; FEW 274a; Gdf 7, 440b; Gdf 7, 440c; TL 9, 764; TL 9, 764.⁠]
(sonnies chMe029 3)
  • 1o“redevance, service que devait un vassal et qui consistait à cultiver l'avoine” (CoincyI1...K 598 var.; CoincyII1...K 309 var.; BonnardotMetz p. 18; LongnonDoc 154 GH, FEW 1, 190b; FEW 274a; Gdf 7, 440b; Gdf 7, 440c; TL 9, 764; TL 9, 764)
  • 2o“Identificanda DocLing” (chMe029 3)
soignement m.
[FEW 7, 274a; TL 9, 764; Gdf 7, 441a.⁠]
  • “frais” (RenContrR 5040, FEW 7, 274a; TL 9, 764; Gdf 7, 441a)
soigneor m.
[FEW; Gdf. – MR 28 (1978) p. 137, V. 388.⁠]
  • “celui qui prend soin” (CantLandP 2018, 3473; LongnonDoc 24B; LongnonDoc 210, MR 28 (1978) p. 137, V. 388, FEW; Gdf)
soignerie f.
[FEW 17, 274a.⁠]
  • “direction (d'une communauté religieuse)” (FEW 17, 274a)
soignet ?
[TraLiLi 20, 97.⁠]
  • ⁠“?”⁠ (TraLiLi 20, 97)
soignetage m.
[Gdf; Gdf.⁠]
  • “concubinage” (SSagOctM 4853; SSagOctM; AlexParhM 539, 32; PriseOrabR1 C 1792; PriseOrabR1; MenReimsP 241; MenReimsW 241; GilMuisK 351 b, II, 111, 7; 161, 16; [BerinB 305], Gdf; Gdf)
soignie f.
[Gdf; FEW; FEW 17, 274a; FEW 273 a. – GossenPGramm 177; LiP No 76, An. 20, 1980; p. 23, 7; Morlet 131; Runk p. 124; VRo 13, 251.⁠]
  • “service que devait un vassal et qui consistait à cultiver l'avoine; chandelle de cire d'une forme particulière; repas” (PoèmeMorB 894; CoincyI1...L; CoincyI1...L 309, 598; CoincyI18/19/20/37/38/39/40/43Kr 292, 624; CoincyI28/II12D 80; BrouwersChNam; GéomSGenV 570; LongnonDoc 524 MN; PiérardMons t. II p. 201; Rolv41/2G; PercefL2 XIII, 77; LionBourgAlK 12167; [ProstInv 1, S. 85]; (sigles à datations multiples:) NoomenFabl t. 6, 396, GossenPGramm 177; LiP No 76, An. 20, 1980; p. 23, 7; Morlet 131; Runk p. 124; VRo 13, 251, Gdf; FEW; FEW 17, 274a; FEW 273 a)
soignir v.
  • “prendre soin” (RenR)
soignoison f.
[Gdf 7, 441c.⁠]
  • “soin” (Gdf 7, 441c)
soignole f.
[RF 41/42, 23.⁠]
  • “soin (?)” (RF 41/42, 23)
soignosement adv.
[GdfC 10, 681c; FEW 272b; TL 9, 766; AND 718a; FEW 272 b; FEW 272 b; AdHaleLexM.⁠]
  • “d'une manière soigneuse” (PoèmeMorB 1495; LoisGodM p. 2, l. 23; SJérEp22N 781, 1138, 1402; MenReimsP 78, 123; MenReimsW 78; 123; VMortAnW 63, 8; AdHalePartN; GlDouaiE1 119; GlDouaiE1 129; CourtAmS 4221; BelleHelR 897 b, 1452, 1987, 12969, 13540, 2785; [AalmaR 7122]; (sigles à datations multiples:) BartschHorning, GdfC 10, 681c; FEW 272b; TL 9, 766; AND 718a; FEW 272 b; FEW 272 b; AdHaleLexM)
soindre v.
  • “prendre soin” (HuonQuJérS p127)
songne f.
[FEW 273a.⁠]
  • “soin, souci” (ComtePoitM 266, FEW 273a)
sonnians m.
[FEW 17, 273 a.⁠]
  • “plaideur qui a donné une excuse pour ne par comparaître en justice au jour fixé” (RègleSBenNicH; RoisinM, FEW 17, 273 a)
essoigne f. et m.
[TL 9, 771; TL 3,1310,28; TL 3,1310,28; TL 3,1310,28; TL 3,1310,28; TL; Gdf 7, 442a; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf 3, 576 a; 576 b; 577 a; 577b; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; AND 42a; AND; AND; AND; AND 45a; AND; MED 3, 256 b; MED 3, 256 b; MED II, 256b; DCCarp 186 b; DCCarp 186 b; DCCarp 186 b; DCCarp 186 b; DCCarp 193b; DCCarp 193b; FEW 273a; FEW 17, 275 a; DiStefLoc 308; Foerster. – ARom 9 (1925) 27, V. 628; ARom 8 (1924) 476; BPH 1960, 767; 18, 19, 20, 81, 104, 155, etc.; Bartzsch p172; Brüll 112; CCM Bd. 24-25; Chénon p.666; Chénon 1, 667 n. 3; Chénon 1, 665 n. 1; CorleyCont1 p157; CorleyCont2; CorleyCont2 31268; KellerWace 149 a; MLR 79, 181; MLR 81, 1986, 477; MSt 19 (1957) 300; V. 2066; MantouVoc Br. tr. 1332. 15; Br. 1332.13; Morlet 98; Morlet 98; R 82, 210; R 70, 261; R 112, 200; RoPh 25, 466; Runk p. 34; SchelerJPreis; VRo 48; 133, 138; VRo 48 (1989), p. 133, 138; ZrP 114 S560; [sigle] 26; [sigle] t 2, p. 376.⁠]
(asoinne EdConfCambrW 3412, assoigne ProtH; DialSJulB 1801; (sigles à datations multiples:) HuntMed 832, assoine RègleHospCamS 930; RomRomT 1735; (sigles à datations multiples:) SGreg 702, Assoine RomRomT, assoinne GuerreMetzB 35e, 74g, 2055c, esoigne ProvSalSanI; BenDucF; FlorebP; SGillesP 2544; GuillMarM; CoincyII1...K 99 var.; (sigles à datations multiples:) MontRayn, esoine SThomGuernW1; RCambrM, esonne (sigles à datations multiples:) RecHist XXII, 962, essogne VengRagW 1499, 1879; EustMoineC 418, 984, essognes (sigles à datations multiples:) MaccabGaut/PiergS, essoigne EneasS1 4394, 5795; ChronSMichelB 100*; 101; BenTroieC; RouH III, 6746; FlorebK 2234; SSagOctS K 115; SThomBenS 1792, 2056; AlexParA I, var. 131, 2711; IpH 5251, 881; AimonFlH 163; RenR; BodelNicH 316, 320; ChevEspJ M 52; ContGuillTyrdM 127, 42; ContPerc1P T 1612; AssJérRoiG; GuillDoleL 1019, 2120, 3566; AmbroiseP 5260; FolTristBernH2 327; FlorenceW 6175; BrutIntB; Bueve3S 453; LancPrK; CoincyI1...K 391 var; RenclCarH; GuillMarM; GuillMarM 3692; 5507; 14865; ViolB 2505; BeaumJBlL; ContPerc4tO 11813; ContPerc4tO 11813; EustMoineF; HuonRegrL; HuonRegrL; CPont; PhNovAgesF 153; RecMédNovCirHi; SDomM; AssJérJIbE 71/13,156/28,490/9 etc.; EtSLouisV; CoutWinchF 63 (7); CoutWinchS p. 75; EnfOgS 5474; EnfOgS 384; BibleMalkS 6714; BretTournD 4208; CleomH 12703; ApocGiffR 2629; BrittN; MaillartR 2332; OvMorB 3, p. 18, 255; PassEntreG 427, 486, 676; PassEntreR 427; 3337; (sigles à datations multiples:) BeautBeaup; HuntMed 858; MontRayn I, 128, etc.; NoomenFabl t.8, 416; NoomenFabl I, 1/ 104; 4/ 484; NoomenFabl III; NoomenFabl 37a/ H 217; RaynLaFabl, Essoigne LMestL, ESSOIGNE BodelNicH4, essoignes BalJosAnS 3060, 5006, Essoignes VillehW, essoine GysselingDocAnc p. 206, Z. 44; CourLouisL1; CourLouisL1; ProvSalSanI; FloreaD; FloreaK 1336, 1786; FloreaP 356, 2557; FloreaW 1336; BenTroieC; HornP 1741; PhilomB 916; BenDucF; BenDucM I, p. 252, V. 4880; p. 263, sommaire; p. 462, V. 11013; etc.); CligesG; CligesM 6204; EstFougK 1216 r; YvainR 2213 etc.; PercL; FlorebP 2232, 3064; AlexArsM B 8; AlexParA I, var. 51, 1153; AlexParA 4, 918; GuiNantm/v/fM 1800; MantelB; RCambrM; BliocadranW; ChevCygneNaissT 768; ChardryDormM 687; GirVianeY 3703; HerbCandS 5724, 10388; MorPhilPrH 160, 14; NarbS 5681, 7968; Perl1N; AngDialGregP; MortArtuF2 61, 11; 66, 23; MortAymC 2677; AnsMetznG; AnsMetznG 4941; BlancandS 5282, 4890, 2736; 2123, 2383, etc.; 600; Bueve2S; OvArtElieK 1131; LancPrM; CoincyI1...L; CoincyI1...L; CoincyI1...L; CoincyI17R; CoincyI18/19/20/37/38/39/40/43Kr 30; 40 kr 38; CoincyI28/II12D 173; BesantR 46; CoincyII30/31J 964; RoselLangl; RoselLec; TristPrCh 165, 53; TristPrL 86, 40; GilChinP; BeaumS; CourLouiscLe; MaugisV 4226; 4562; 6607; Pères64B 16, 145 (c.s.); PoireM; SMarieEgoD T 782; ThebesR 2042; BonnardotMetz p. 59; RobHoY V. 1670; MirNDChartrK XXV 399; IX 98; CoutNormT p109; BeaumCoutS 10,60; 63, etc.; 32, 37, 793; Ren?F2; AssSenlis1C p767; OvMorB 4, p. 82, 3365; OvMorB 6, p. 255, 3132; MirNDPers1-40P; RenContrR II, 223, etc.; CharnyMesT 63 r; [MenagB 137, 5]; (sigles à datations multiples:) BartschHorning 211,2; 599, 21; EpJérN 101, 2621; LevyFabl XII. 533; MénardFabl III, 104; NoomenFabl I; NoomenFabl II, 11 a/ 44; NoomenFabl III, 15 a/ 55; NoomenFabl t. 7, 431; 74b d 382; ReidFabl; SGreg 1398, Essoine RègleSBenNicH; MirAgn2K; SermMaurpB; JostPletR; BibleMacéS3, ESSOINE GuillPalMo; LMestL, essoines ErecR 6099; ChevCygneNaissM 768; ContPerc2lC2 p123; ImMondeOct2S0 NM 73, 537; ChevFustSa 17367, Essoines ChevFustSa, essoinge SidracH p. 91, essoingne RenR VII-IX, 8948; ElesB RE 81; DocAubeC 45-8; CristalB 2670; MenReimsP 438; MenReimsW 438; CharnyMesT 63 r; [DeschQ VII, 160]; (sigles à datations multiples:) NoomenFabl t. 9, 338 b; NoomenFabl t.5, 465; NyströmMén II a 200, essoingnes RutebF AK 147; AB 119; X 119, essoinne ProtH; BibleDécb/eN; CoincyII9Kr 3755; SRemiB 2200; JPrioratR 3208, 3970, 4098, etc.; SEvroulS, essone MonGuill1/2C 159; ThebesC I, 8668, etc.; AlexParhM 30, 14; 369, 24; 500, 20; AlexParhM 30, 14. 369, 24. 500, 20; RenR; Saisna/lB 1003; AimeriD 433; CoincyI1...K 218 var; ComtePoitK; ComtePoitM; RenclCarH; VMortAnW 93, 12; 198, 12; MaccabeS 353, 3949, 5089, essongne CoutVerdun1M 43, 26; 52, 24; ChevFustSa; JCondM, essuigne MarieGuigW2; MarieLaisL Mil. 522; MarieLaisR; RoisC; MarieFabW2, essuine HArciPèresO 2567, essuingue WaldefH 15554, 15800, 18134, 18480, essuinne SJeanAumI 358; SJeanAumI; SJeanAumU 358; 3378, 6336; 4240; 358, 4240; 3378; 6336, exoine MerlinsR 508, 29; EtSLouisV III, 209; CoutBretP p. 80, ch. 12 et suiv.; TombChartr1...K III, 222; TombChartr1/2/3S; TombChartrProl/4...W, sessoigne CligesF p. 345, Soine RoisinM)
  • “empêchement, excuse (p.ex. maladie par rapport à la justice, blessure par rapport à la participation au combat)” (GysselingDocAnc p. 206, Z. 44; CourLouisL1; CourLouisL1; MonGuill1/2C 159; ProvSalSanI; ProvSalSanI; EneasS1 4394, 5795; FloreaD; FloreaK 1336, 1786; FloreaP 356, 2557; FloreaW 1336; ThebesC I, 8668, etc.; ChronSMichelB 100*; 101; MarieGuigW2; MarieLaisL Mil. 522; MarieLaisR; BenTroieC; BenTroieC; ErecR 6099; HornP 1741; PhilomB 916; RouH III, 6746; BenDucF; BenDucF; BenDucM I, p. 252, V. 4880; p. 263, sommaire; p. 462, V. 11013; etc.); SThomGuernW1; RoisC; CligesF p. 345; CligesG; CligesM 6204; EstFougK 1216 r; YvainR 2213 etc.; MarieFabW2; PercL; FlorebK 2234; FlorebP 2232, 3064; FlorebP; SGillesP 2544; SSagOctS K 115; SThomBenS 1792, 2056; AlexArsM B 8; AlexParA I, var. 131, 2711; AlexParA I, var. 51, 1153; AlexParA 4, 918; AlexParhM 30, 14; 369, 24; 500, 20; AlexParhM 30, 14. 369, 24. 500, 20; IpH 5251, 881; ProtH; ProtH; RègleHospCamS 930; AimonFlH 163; GuiNantm/v/fM 1800; RenR VII-IX, 8948; RenR; RenR; MantelB; RCambrM; RCambrM; RomRomT 1735; RomRomT; Saisna/lB 1003; BodelNicH 316, 320; BodelNicH4; BliocadranW; ChevCygneNaissM 768; ChevCygneNaissT 768; ChevEspJ M 52; ContGuillTyrdM 127, 42; ContPerc1P T 1612; ContPerc2lC2 p123; AssJérRoiG; GuillDoleL 1019, 2120, 3566; VillehW; AmbroiseP 5260; BibleDécb/eN; ChardryDormM 687; ElesB RE 81; FolTristBernH2 327; GirVianeY 3703; GuillPalMo; HerbCandS 5724, 10388; MorPhilPrH 160, 14; NarbS 5681, 7968; Perl1N; RègleSBenNicH; SJeanAumI 358; SJeanAumI; SJeanAumU 358; 3378, 6336; 4240; 358, 4240; 3378; 6336; VengRagW 1499, 1879; WaldefH 15554, 15800, 18134, 18480; AngDialGregP; AimeriD 433; BalJosAnS 3060, 5006; FlorenceW 6175; MortArtuF2 61, 11; 66, 23; MortAymC 2677; AnsMetznG; AnsMetznG 4941; BlancandS 5282, 4890, 2736; 2123, 2383, etc.; 600; BrutIntB; Bueve2S; Bueve3S 453; OvArtElieK 1131; LancPrK; LancPrM; CoincyI1...K 391 var; CoincyI1...K 218 var; CoincyI1...L; CoincyI1...L; CoincyI1...L; CoincyI17R; CoincyI18/19/20/37/38/39/40/43Kr 30; 40 kr 38; CoincyI28/II12D 173; ComtePoitK; ComtePoitM; RenclCarH; RenclCarH; GuillMarM; GuillMarM 3692; 5507; 14865; GuillMarM; BesantR 46; CoincyII1...K 99 var.; CoincyII30/31J 964; CoincyII9Kr 3755; ViolB 2505; CoutVerdun1M 43, 26; 52, 24; DocAubeC 45-8; RoselLangl; RoselLec; TristPrCh 165, 53; TristPrL 86, 40; BeaumJBlL; ContPerc4tO 11813; ContPerc4tO 11813; EustMoineC 418, 984; EustMoineF; GilChinP; MerlinsR 508, 29; MirAgn2K; HuonRegrL; HuonRegrL; EdConfCambrW 3412; CPont; ImMondeOct2S0 NM 73, 537; BeaumS; CourLouiscLe; CristalB 2670; DialSJulB 1801; HArciPèresO 2567; MaugisV 4226; 4562; 6607; PhNovAgesF 153; PoireM; Pères64B 16, 145 (c.s.); RecMédNovCirHi; SMarieEgoD T 782; SermMaurpB; ThebesR 2042; SDomM; BonnardotMetz p. 59; JostPletR; MenReimsP 438; MenReimsW 438; RobHoY V. 1670; MirNDChartrK XXV 399; IX 98; CoutNormT p109; RutebF AK 147; AB 119; X 119; AssJérJIbE 71/13,156/28,490/9 etc.; VMortAnW 93, 12; 198, 12; LMestL; LMestL; EtSLouisV III, 209; EtSLouisV; CoutWinchF 63 (7); CoutWinchS p. 75; EnfOgS 5474; EnfOgS 384; BeaumCoutS 10,60; 63, etc.; 32, 37, 793; RoisinM; BibleMalkS 6714; SRemiB 2200; SidracH p. 91; BretTournD 4208; ChevFustSa 17367; ChevFustSa; ChevFustSa; CleomH 12703; MaccabeS 353, 3949, 5089; ApocGiffR 2629; JPrioratR 3208, 3970, 4098, etc.; Ren?F2; BrittN; BibleMacéS3; AssSenlis1C p767; MaillartR 2332; JCondM; CoutBretP p. 80, ch. 12 et suiv.; OvMorB 4, p. 82, 3365; OvMorB 6, p. 255, 3132; OvMorB 3, p. 18, 255; GuerreMetzB 35e, 74g, 2055c; TombChartr1...K III, 222; TombChartr1/2/3S; TombChartrProl/4...W; MirNDPers1-40P; RenContrR II, 223, etc.; CharnyMesT 63 r; CharnyMesT 63 r; PassEntreG 427, 486, 676; PassEntreR 427; 3337; SEvroulS; [DeschQ VII, 160; MenagB 137, 5]; (sigles à datations multiples:) BartschHorning 211,2; 599, 21; BeautBeaup; EpJérN 101, 2621; HuntMed 832; HuntMed 858; LevyFabl XII. 533; MaccabGaut/PiergS; MontRayn I, 128, etc.; MontRayn; MénardFabl III, 104; NoomenFabl I; NoomenFabl II, 11 a/ 44; NoomenFabl III, 15 a/ 55; NoomenFabl t. 9, 338 b; NoomenFabl t.5, 465; NoomenFabl t.8, 416; NoomenFabl I, 1/ 104; 4/ 484; NoomenFabl III; NoomenFabl 37a/ H 217; NoomenFabl t. 7, 431; 74b d 382; NyströmMén II a 200; RaynLaFabl; RecHist XXII, 962; ReidFabl; SGreg 702; SGreg 1398, ARom 9 (1925) 27, V. 628; ARom 8 (1924) 476; BPH 1960, 767; 18, 19, 20, 81, 104, 155, etc.; Bartzsch p172; Brüll 112; CCM Bd. 24-25; Chénon 1, 667 n. 3; Chénon p.666; Chénon 1, 665 n. 1; CorleyCont1 p157; CorleyCont2 31268; CorleyCont2; KellerWace 149 a; MLR 81, 1986, 477; MLR 79, 181; MSt 19 (1957) 300; V. 2066; MantouVoc Br. tr. 1332. 15; Br. 1332.13; Morlet 98; Morlet 98; R 82, 210; R 70, 261; R 112, 200; RoPh 25, 466; Runk p. 34; SchelerJPreis; VRo 48; 133, 138; VRo 48 (1989), p. 133, 138; ZrP 114 S560; [sigle] t 2, p. 376; [sigle] 26, TL 3,1310,28; TL 3,1310,28; TL 3,1310,28; TL; TL 3,1310,28; TL 9, 771; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf 3, 576 a; 576 b; 577 a; 577b; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf 7, 442a; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; AND 42a; AND 45a; AND; AND; AND; AND; MED II, 256b; MED 3, 256 b; MED 3, 256 b; DCCarp 186 b; DCCarp 186 b; DCCarp 186 b; DCCarp 186 b; DCCarp 193b; DCCarp 193b; FEW 17, 275 a; FEW 273a; DiStefLoc 308; Foerster)
ressoigne f.
[Gdf. – SchelerJPreis 2938.⁠]
  • 1o“droit de recensement” (CensToulO 24v°, Gdf)
  • 2o“crainte” (SchelerJPreis 2938)
assoignanter v.
[TL; TL; TL 1,601,17; TL; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf 1, 447a; Gdf; AND 45a; AND 45a; FEW 18, 274a; LevyTrés. – KellerWace; MatoréVocMéd p.128; MénardRire p. 141.⁠]
  • “prendre (une femme) comme concubine” (AlexisP S.172; BenTroieC; HornP 1892; AlexissH 172; AngDialGregP 113roa; AucR3 VI 20; XIV 6; AucS10; ComtePoitK; ComtePoitM 1429; MaugisV C3776; (sigles à datations multiples:) Aspland 15,VI.17; BartschChrest 56,118, KellerWace; MatoréVocMéd p.128; MénardRire p. 141, TL; TL 1,601,17; TL; TL; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf 1, 447a; Gdf; AND 45a; AND 45a; FEW 18, 274a; LevyTrés)
assoignantir v.
[TL; TL; TL 1,601,30; Gdf 1, 447b; Gdf; Gdf; FEW 274a.⁠]
  • “prendre (une femme) comme concubine” (SoneG, TL 1,601,30; TL; TL; Gdf 1, 447b; Gdf; Gdf; FEW 274a)
ensoignance f.
[TL; TL 3,533,13.⁠]
  • “connaissance, préoccupation” (JPrioratR 2205, TL 3,533,13; TL)
ensoignanter v.
[TL 3,533,17; TL; Gdf 3, 238a; Gdf; Gdf; FEW 274a.⁠]
  • “prendre (une femme) comme concubine” (MaugisV 3776, TL; TL 3,533,17; Gdf 3, 238a; Gdf; Gdf; FEW 274a)
ensoigne f. et m.
[TL 3,533,20; TL; Gdf; Gdf 3, 238b; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; MED 3, 174b; DCCarp 166c; DCCarp 166c; FEW 17, 275b; FEW 275b; FEW 275b. – Bartzsch p171; ContPerc T. 1799; HoltusEntree 135, 156...; KellerWace 95a, 339a; R 112, 200; RLiR 33, 319; Runk p. 85; SchelerJPreis; TraLiLi 20, 95; [sigle] t. 2.⁠]
(essoine chCOr041a 12; chCOr041b 11, essoinne chCOr041c 15, essoine chCOr110 11, essoinne chCOr110 17, essoine chCOr156 20; chCOr171 8)
  • 1o“empêchement, excuse” (RouH III 1094, 2556; Aiol1/2F 303; ElieF 1570; ElieR 303; RobDiableL; VengRagF 1515; VengRagF 1887; Bueve3S 2522, 11076, 12655; LancPrM; CoincyI1...K 424 var.; ComtePoitK; GuillMarM; CoincyII30/31J 852; ArtusS 35, 35; 124, 12; CheviiEspF 10898; CheviiEspI; EustMoineC 2062; EustMoineF; MirAgn2K; HistFécL 585, 1022; RigomerF; HunbautW 1321, 2099; HuonabcL; CartHain; HemH 346; ChronBaud1SenR S. 80; HelcanusN 163; MaccabeS 1785; CourtAmS 4234; JPrioratR; SoneG; JacBaisT V, 73; PrunB 775; EntreeT 116, 11479; HuonAuvBrB; GirRossAlH 6217-19; PercefL2 VIII, 58; JDupinMelL 270F; RenContrR 439, 3749; CesNicW p76; [DenFoulB1 II 15, 2; 15, 3; II 16, 16; GrebanP 17920]; (sigles à datations multiples:) ParsonsCourt E 280, Bartzsch p171; ContPerc T. 1799; HoltusEntree 135, 156...; KellerWace 95a, 339a; R 112, 200; RLiR 33, 319; Runk p. 85; SchelerJPreis; TraLiLi 20, 95; [sigle] t. 2, TL; TL 3,533,20; Gdf; Gdf 3, 238b; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; MED 3, 174b; DCCarp 166c; DCCarp 166c; FEW 17, 275b; FEW 275b; FEW 275b)
  • 2o“Identificanda DocLing” (chCOr041a 12; chCOr041b 11; chCOr110 11; chCOr110 17; chCOr156 20; chCOr171 8; chCOr041c 15)
ensoignement m.
[TL; TL; TL 3,533,43; TL 3,533,43; Gdf 3, 239a; FEW; FEW 12, 87b. – Morlet 279.⁠]
  • “songe, rêve, imagination” (ThibChampW; [ProstInv 1/S. 9], Morlet 279, TL; TL 3,533,43; TL; TL 3,533,43; Gdf 3, 239a; FEW; FEW 12, 87b)
ensoignier v.
[TL 3,534,7; TL 3,534,7; TL; TL; TL; TL 3,538,11; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf 3, 239b; Gdf; MED 3, 174b; DCCarp 166c; DCCarp 166c; DCCarp 166c; FEW; FEW 17, 275b; Foerster. – BTDial 50, 205; MantouVoc; Morlet 98; MélHorrent; RLiR 56 (1992) p. 639; SchelerGil; TilLex XXVI, 47, 51.⁠]
  • “causer beaucoup de souci, d'embarras, occuper; s'occuper, s'inquiéter; employer, occuper (le temps, etc.); proposer une excuse en justice pour faire remettre une cause; s'excuser; s'excuser de ne pouvoir comparaître tel jour” (SBernCantG; AubereeE p143; DolopL; CoincyII1...K 136var.; CheviiEspF 11920; CheviiEspI; LeGrandStat p. 76, l. 8; LeGrandStat p. 65, II; MantouFlandr 388; BrunLatC; CoutStAmandM I, II, 15; LaurinT; ConsBoèceTroyS III, 21; RenNouvR app II, v. 134; JakD 6645, 7191; SSagmR 72/ 95; ChaceOisi2H; ChaceOisi2H; Apol3L 88, 10; JCourtPlaitaK 623; HuonAuvBrB; AcartH 118, 301; RenContrR 29002; BelleHelR 848; 2625, 13387, 15070; GilMuisK I, 169, 2; 358, 28; 325b; LionBourgAlK 7070; LionBourgAlK; [ChevCygneBruxP 1355; ChevCygneBruxR; FroissPrisF 1091, 1251; GaceBuigneB 6228; GrebanP 17356]; (sigles à datations multiples:) BartschHorning 608, 23; HenryChrest; NoomenFabl t. 1, 4/ F 511; PannierLapid C. 164; RecHist XXII, 961, BTDial 50, 205; MantouVoc; Morlet 98; MélHorrent; RLiR 56 (1992) p. 639; SchelerGil; TilLex XXVI, 47, 51, TL; TL 3,534,7; TL; TL 3,534,7; TL 3,538,11; TL; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf 3, 239b; Gdf; MED 3, 174b; DCCarp 166c; DCCarp 166c; DCCarp 166c; FEW; FEW 17, 275b; Foerster)
ensoing m.
[TL; TL 3,534,38; Gdf 3, 238c. – BTDial 50, 221; MantouVoc F. 1307b. 18, 23.⁠]
  • “excuse, empêchement” (JCondM; (sigles à datations multiples:) NoomenFabl t. 8, 414, BTDial 50, 221; MantouVoc F. 1307b. 18, 23, TL; TL 3,534,38; Gdf 3, 238c)
ensonïement m.
[TL; TL 3,537,43; Gdf 3, 239b; FEW 17, 275b.⁠]
  • “excuse, empêchement” (GuerreMetzB 98e, TL 3,537,43; TL; Gdf 3, 239b; FEW 17, 275b)
essoignement m.
[TL 3,1313,13; TL; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf 3, 578 b; AND; FEW 17, 275 a. – Chénon 1, 644 n. 5.⁠]
  • “excuse, empêchement” (AssJérRoiG; LMestL; EtSLouisV I, 51; IV, 83; BeaumCoutS 64, 98, 106, etc., Chénon 1, 644 n. 5, TL 3,1313,13; TL; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf 3, 578 b; AND; FEW 17, 275 a)
essoigneor m.
[TL 3,1313,22; TL; TL; TL 3,1315,29; AND 45a; FEW 17, 275 a; FEW 275 a; Baker. – Brüll p. 112; MatoréVocMéd p. 192.⁠]
  • “celui qui présente une excuse” (CoutNormT p109; BeaumCoutS; BlackBookT II, p. 40, Brüll p. 112; MatoréVocMéd p. 192, TL 3,1313,22; TL; TL 3,1315,29; TL; AND 45a; FEW 17, 275 a; FEW 275 a; Baker)
essoignier v.
[TL 3,1313,25; TL; TL; TL 3,1315,34; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf 3, 578 b; Gdf; AND; AND; AND; AND; MED 3, 257 a; MED 3, 257a; MED III, 257 a; DCCarp 186 b; DCCarp 193b; DCCarp S. 52; DCCarp 186 b; FEW 247 b; FEW 274 b; FEW 17, 274; FEW 17, 275a; FEW 275 a; FEW 274 b. – BTDial 50, 221; Brüll 112; Morlet 165; R 93, 404; RLiR 56 (1992), p. 639; Runk p. 85; ZrP 106 (1990), p. 397.⁠]
(assoyuner NicBozEmpV 66a, esanier CourtAmsS 3386, esoingner [GesteMonglGir/Hern/RenD 2746], esoingnier PhNovMémK XX, essoigne [GesteMonglGir/Hern/RenD 1351], essoigner BenDucF, essoignier AimonFlH 4641; MuséeArchDép p. 127, Z. 7; CoincyI1...K 28 var, ESSOIGNIER LMestL, essoignier EtSLouisV I, 497; II 349; SJeanBaptOct1G 4710, v. AW III, 1313; SJeanBaptOct1G III, 257 a, essoigniez CoincyII30/31J 178, Essoiner JostPletR, essoingniés LaurinT, essoiniee CoincyI1...L; CoincyI1...L 26, essoinier BeaumCoutS 99, 112, 134; BeaumCoutS 57; 60, 63; 64, etc.; 128 etc., essonia BastC 3191, essonie BenDucM II, p. 360, V. 25872, essoniee CoincyI1...K 26 var., essonier ThibMarlyS, essonïer BesantR 30, essonier CoutNormT p109; TrJurFetW 54, 55; BrittN, essoniier SermMaurR, essoniour BrittN, essonnier CassidP 152; GigotPér, essonniés AlexParA II (? 86) 1351, essonniez [BerinB], essonniier SRemiB 285, essunïer SThomGuernW1 1435, 1420, exoiner EtSLouisV, exonnier CoutVerdun1M 94, 5; 43, 25; 52, 3)
  • “donner une raison pour ne pas faire qch.” (BenDucF; BenDucM II, p. 360, V. 25872; SThomGuernW1 1435, 1420; ThibMarlyS; AlexParA II (? 86) 1351; AimonFlH 4641; SermMaurR; MuséeArchDép p. 127, Z. 7; CoincyI1...K 28 var; CoincyI1...K 26 var.; CoincyI1...L; CoincyI1...L 26; BesantR 30; CoincyII30/31J 178; CoutVerdun1M 94, 5; 43, 25; 52, 3; PhNovMémK XX; JostPletR; CoutNormT p109; TrJurFetW 54, 55; LMestL; EtSLouisV; EtSLouisV I, 497; II 349; CassidP 152; BeaumCoutS 99, 112, 134; BeaumCoutS 57; 60, 63; 64, etc.; 128 etc.; LaurinT; SRemiB 285; CourtAmsS 3386; GigotPér; BrittN; BrittN; NicBozEmpV 66a; SJeanBaptOct1G 4710, v. AW III, 1313; SJeanBaptOct1G III, 257 a; BastC 3191; [BerinB; GesteMonglGir/Hern/RenD 1351; GesteMonglGir/Hern/RenD 2746], BTDial 50, 221; Brüll 112; Morlet 165; R 93, 404; RLiR 56 (1992), p. 639; Runk p. 85; ZrP 106 (1990), p. 397, TL 3,1313,25; TL; TL 3,1315,34; TL; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf 3, 578 b; AND; AND; AND; AND; MED 3, 257a; MED 3, 257 a; MED III, 257 a; DCCarp 186 b; DCCarp 193b; DCCarp S. 52; DCCarp 186 b; FEW 247 b; FEW 274 b; FEW 17, 274; FEW 17, 275a; FEW 275 a; FEW 274 b)
essoing m.
[TL 3,1313,47; TL; Gdf; Gdf 3, 577 c; GdfC; FEW 275 a; FEW 17, 275 a; Baker. – ZrP 114, 5560.⁠]
  • “empêchement juridique” (RolB 385; PetPhilT 1380; [ChevCygneBruxR; MistHag6S 3081], ZrP 114, 5560, TL 3,1313,47; TL; Gdf; Gdf 3, 577 c; GdfC; FEW 275 a; FEW 17, 275 a; Baker)
essonïement m.
[TL; TL 3,1315,16.⁠]
  • “excuse, empêchement” (TL 3,1315,16; TL)
resoignier v.
[TL 8, 1025; TL 8, 1023; TL 8, 1028; TL 8, 1077; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; AND 640a; FEW 274b; FEW 7, 274a; FEW 274a; FEW 17, 274b; FEW 274a; FEW 274b; FEW 274a; AdHaleLexM; BurnellRen va 1141; Foerster; Foerster. – BTDial 50, 208; ContPerc T 5942, T 14658; CorleyCont1 p203; CorleyCont2; CorleyCont2 MS 31057, 25768; MélHaust 132; MélHaust 132; MélMel 81; PicocheFroiss IV. D. 2. P. 139; R 82, p 253; R 66, p. 269; 67, p. 394; R 66, p. 269; RLiR 46, 499; SchelerJPreis 40; TraLiLi 20, 94; ZrP 103 (1987) 409; [sigle]; [sigle].⁠]
  • “prendre soin; redouter, craindre” (AlexisP Q 24,4; CourLouisL1; CourLouisL1; MonGuill1/2C 3056, 5023; ProvSalSanI; PhilomB 402; BenDucM I, p 213, v 3760; p 290, v 5971; Aiol1/2F; Aiol1/2F 6554, 6734, 7631; Aiol1/2N 6553 etc; CligesG; CligesM 3305, 3351; AlexParA II (β 94) 1536; AlexParA II (β41) 1199; AlexParA I, t3, 267; AlexParA II (β 68) 1083; RenR; AliscW p. 203 v. 3476 var.; AliscW p 8, v 119; AntiocheD 3261, 8293, 8239; ChevCygnePropN p 2295; FloovA 953; FloovB 953; GaceBruléD XLII, 3; GaceBruléH; MonRaincB 2357, 3565, 5240, 6642; PriseOrabR1; PriseOrabR1 C 930; RCambrM; RobDiableL; Saisna/lB 1098; Saisna/lB 1097; VMortHélW 25,10; CantLandP 692; ChevVivM; ChevVivM A 63a, C 232, 585, 604, 609, 1287; ContPerc2lC2 p154; GuillDoleL 848; VillehW; DelIsrE; GirVianeE 2992; GirVianeY 2992; GuibAndrM 1201; GuillPalMo; Perl1N; BalJosAnS; BalJosAnS 10850, 8776; 2705; FlorenceW 364a; 337; AnsMetznG 2392-4573-5878; AnsMetznG; BlancandS 5754; Bueve1S 2308; Bueve2S 3381; Bueve3S 2283, 6309, 16292, etc; DurmG; DurmS 3637; GautDargH; GautDargR *XXI, 19; HuonQuJérS p127; CoincyI1...K 280var; CoincyI1...K 281 var; CoincyI1...K 1597 var; CoincyI1...L; CoincyI18/19/20/37/38/39/40/43Kr 192; EnfGuillH 530; GligloisL; GodinM; MorPhilP 6711; RenclCarH; ChansArtB XXIV, 146; XXII, 116; ChansArtJ; CoincyII1...K 65; CoincyII29Kr 834; 466; ViolB 627, 1298; BeaumJBlL; AnsCartA 2616, 4427, 6688; FournChansL; FournChansL; GilChinP; ThibChampW; HuonRegrL; EdConfCambrW 4340; AuberiTarbé; BeaumS Man. 7087; BeaumS; BestAmOctT 569; CesTuimAlC; CesTuimAlC 4906, 7225; CourLouiscLe; EpJérN 523; HuonR 71, 211; JerusAcreG/-MGodG/-BaudG 349; JeuxPartL; MaugisV M 689; ThebesR 9747; VivMonbrancE 516; MenReimsP 58, 380, 100 etc; MenReimsW; YonM 1800, 2612; AnticlC 909; BrendanPr1W; BrendanPr1W; BrendanPr1W; HuonSQuentL 2194; MantouFlandr 54, 9; MantouFlandr F.a. 1331.510; VMortAnW 12, 2; 110, 1; 270, 4; MaccabGautS; AdenBuevH 323; EnfRenC; GarMonglMü/Me/S 86; SimPouilleaB B 3862, 5667; ChronBaud1SenR 151; S 118; JacCambrR VI, 36; LaurinT; SRemiB 205, 2972; BretTournD 3751, 849; MaccabeS 2948, 4645; GouvRoisGauchyM p460; GlDouaiE1 127; CourtAmS 2997; DrouartB 1349, 3547 etc; JerusCont2G; JobB 1691; JobG 1691; RenγF2; SoneG 5156, 5448, 8716, 13290; BodelFablN II, 111; JacBaisT I 117; JacBaisT II 164; PanthT; SottChansValL XXIII, 38; PrunB 677; OvMorB 6, p. 345, 2618; OvMorB 5, p 197, 412; AcartH 769; PercefL2 IV, 10; IX, 64; XII, 23; ProprChosSq; ProprChosZ; MirNDPers1-40P 23 1679; MirNDPers1-40P; BastC 1958, 3315, 4119; BelleHelR 892a; GilMuisK 348a; I 44, 20; 49, 12; 58, 5; 145, 22; 166, 15; 386, 4; II, 18, 24; etc; GuillMachC; LionBourgAlK 7587; LionBourgAlK 1086, 9014, 11127, etc; SEvroulS; TristNantS; [ChevCygneBruxM; ChevCygneBruxR; FroissDitsth/...F 82, 414; FroissEspF1 2472; AttilaS XI, 419; FroissPrisF 202, 245, etc.; BrunMontM 184, 1502, 2143; GesteMonglGir/Hern/RenD 999; JFevRespH 86, 176; DeschQ II, 330; III, 27 etc.; FroissBallB; GastPhébChasseT; GrebanP 7632, etc.; PassTroyB I 7383]; (sigles à datations multiples:) BartschChrest 84a, 63; 98, 131; 73, 12; BartschHorning 135, 5; HenryChrest; MaccabGaut/PiergS; MaccabGaut/PiergS; MontRayn III, 127 etc; MontRayn; NoomenFabl 26b/ 30; NoomenFabl t5, 478; RaynMotets I, p 204; RecHist XXII 966, BTDial 50, 208; ContPerc T 5942, T 14658; CorleyCont1 p203; CorleyCont2 MS 31057, 25768; CorleyCont2; MélHaust 132; MélHaust 132; MélMel 81; PicocheFroiss IV. D. 2. P. 139; R 82, p 253; R 66, p. 269; 67, p. 394; R 66, p. 269; RLiR 46, 499; SchelerJPreis 40; TraLiLi 20, 94; ZrP 103 (1987) 409; [sigle]; [sigle], TL 8, 1025; TL 8, 1023; TL 8, 1028; TL 8, 1077; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; AND 640a; FEW 274b; FEW 7, 274a; FEW 274a; FEW 17, 274b; FEW 274a; FEW 274b; FEW 274a; AdHaleLexM; BurnellRen va 1141; Foerster; Foerster)
descointes adj.
  • “exempt d’inquiétude” (GilMuisK 322a)
ensoignable adj.
[MélRoques2 II, 65/66; MélRoques1 II, S. 66, S. 73.⁠]
  • ⁠“ensuivable (?)”⁠ (MélRoques2 II, 65/66; MélRoques1 II, S. 66, S. 73)
ensoignante f.
[DCCarp 166c.⁠]
  • “concubine” (DCCarp 166c)
ensoigneor m.
[Gdf.⁠]
  • “celui qui prend soin (?)” (Gdf)
ensoigneté p.p. pris comme adj.
  • ⁠“?”⁠ (AliscW p. 161, v. 2773 var.)
ensoions s.
  • “souci” (CourtAmS 305)
soignante f.
[AND 738a; FEW 273b; LevyTrés.⁠]
  • “concubine” (RoisC, AND 738a; FEW 273b; LevyTrés)
soignantie f.
[AND 738a.⁠]
  • “débauche” (AND 738a)
entresoignement m.
[FEW 17, 274 a; Gdf 3, 301 a.⁠]
  • “relâche” (FEW 17, 274 a; Gdf 3, 301 a)
assoignantise f.
[FEW 18,274a; LevyTrés.⁠]
  • “concubinage” (FEW 18,274a; LevyTrés)
assoignater v.
  • ⁠“?”⁠ (GlDouaiE1 123)
assoigniee f.
[LevyTrés; FEW 17, 275b.⁠]
  • “prise en concubinage” (LevyTrés; FEW 17, 275b)
assoingnie f.
  • “empêchement” (CourtAmS 2570)
essoignanter v.
[KellerWace 51a.⁠]
  • ⁠“?”⁠ (KellerWace 51a)
esoigne s.
[DCCarp 186 b. – GononQuot 732.⁠]
  • “excuse, empêchement” (AnsMetznG 12336; CoutVerdun1M p. 134, 17; 18; p. 136, 40; 138, 72; MaccabGautS; CourtAmsS 4603; BlackBookT II. p. 420, II. p. 22; JDupinMelL 270, GononQuot 732, DCCarp 186 b)
essoignant f.
[Gdf 3, 576 a.⁠]
  • “concubine” (AssJérJIbE 188/7C, Gdf 3, 576 a)
essoignantage m.
[Gdf 3, 576 a.⁠]
  • “concubinage” (AssJérJIbE 188/8C, Gdf 3, 576 a)
essoignante f.
[AND.⁠]
  • “concubine” (BrittN, AND)
essonie f.
[Gdf; MED III, 256 b; DCCarp 186 b; DCCarp 193c.⁠]
  • “excuse, raison, qu'on allègue en justice pour s'excuser de n'avoir pas comparu à une assignation” (SThomGuernW1 1436, 1421; SThomGuernW2 1421, 1436; SermMaurR 9.28, Gdf; MED III, 256 b; DCCarp 186 b; DCCarp 193c)
essoinateor m.
[Bartzsch p172.⁠]
  • “celui qui présente une excuse” (Bartzsch p172)
dessoignant adj.
[KellerWace 51 a; 161 b.⁠]
  • “qui a soin” (KellerWace 51 a; 161 b)
mausoignos adj.
[FEW FEW XVII 272b * sunni; Gdf 5,207a; TL; TL 5,1304,36; TL 5,1304,36.⁠]
  • “négligent” (FEW FEW XVII 272b * sunni; TL 5,1304,36; Gdf 5,207a; TL 5,1304,36; TL)
porsoignier v.
[Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; FEW 17, 274b.⁠]
  • “veiller sur, garder” (Aiol1/2F *224; Aiol1/2N 224; HoltusLux 547, Gdf; Gdf; Gdf; FEW 17, 274b)
porsoignire v.
[Gdf 6, 309a; TL 7, 9-1570.⁠]
  • “veiller sur, garder” (Gdf 6, 309a; TL 7, 9-1570)
porsoin m.
[TL 7, 9-1570; Gdf 6, 309a; Gdf; DCCarp 313b. – Morlet 132; Runk p. 127.⁠]
  • “surveillance” (FossierCh p 141; BrouwersChNam; PiérardMons t. II, p. 193, Morlet 132; Runk p. 127, TL 7, 9-1570; Gdf 6, 309a; Gdf; DCCarp 313b)
sonanssent p.prés.
  • “devenant la concubine de” (BibleMalkS 2783)
songentage m.
[FEW 273 b.⁠]
  • “liaison” (Bueve1S 8260, FEW 273 b)
essoyer f.
  • “excuse, peine, difficulté (?)” (DialGregEvrS 1259)
essonïeor m.
(exoiniours CoutBretP p. 84, l. 28 et 29)
  • “celui qui fait valoir une excuse” (CoutBretP p. 84, l. 28 et 29)
resoignable adj.
[FEW 17, 274b; Gdf 7, 100b; TL 8, 1023; Gdf; Gdf.⁠]
  • “redoutable, formidable” (FEW 17, 274b; Gdf 7, 100b; TL 8, 1023; Gdf; Gdf)
resoignant adj.
[TL 8, 1025; Gdf 7, 100b; Gdf; FEW 274b. – ARom 16 (1932) 314.⁠]
  • “qui se fait craindre, qui est à craindre, redoutable” (JacVitryB XIV, 8; CXXIII, 5, ARom 16 (1932) 314, TL 8, 1025; Gdf 7, 100b; Gdf; FEW 274b)
resoigne f.
[TL 8, 1023. – TraLiLi 20, 99.⁠]
  • “crainte, redoute” (RicheutV; AntiocheD 2123; SermLaudT; BodelCongéRu; ContPerc4tO 7933, 9581, 10615; ContPerc4tO 7933 etc, TraLiLi 20, 99, TL 8, 1023)
resoignement m.
[TL 8, 1023; AND 645a. – ZrP 5603, 110 (1994) 550.⁠]
  • “crainte, redoute” (ZrP 5603, 110 (1994) 550, TL 8, 1023; AND 645a)
resoigni adj.
  • “redoutable” ([GesteMonglGir/Hern/RenD 974])
resoignie f.
[FEW 17, 274b.⁠]
  • “situation perilleuse” (FEW 17, 274b)
resoignos adj.
[TL 8, 1025. – ARom 16 (1932) 289; RLiR 39, 2.⁠]
  • “redoutable” (OvMorB p 136, 6008; p 137, 6038, RLiR 39, 2; ARom 16 (1932) 289, TL 8, 1025)
resoignosement adv.
[TL 8, 1025.⁠]
  • “avec angoisse” (TL 8, 1025)
resoing m.
[TL 8, 1025; Gdf 7, 101c; Gdf; Gdf 7, 101c; Gdf; FEW 17, 274b; BurnellRen va 1090. – RF 97 (1985) 230; RF 97, 230.⁠]
  • “crainte, appréhension” (FetRomF1 642, 23; ContPerc4tO 11650; ContPerc4tO 11650; BaudeFastCongéR 58, 253, RF 97 (1985) 230; RF 97, 230, TL 8, 1025; Gdf 7, 101c; Gdf 7, 101c; Gdf; Gdf; FEW 17, 274b; BurnellRen va 1090)