bastarde (1216-25)

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bastarde (1216-25)

[ FEW: *15/i,72a bastardus; Gdf: 1,593b bastard 1; GdfC: 8,300b bastart; TL: 1,863 bastart; DEAF:  bastart; DMF:  bâtard; TLF:  bâtard; OED:  bastard n. and a.; MED:  bastard n.; DMLBS: 186a bastardus ]


1lawfemalebastard, woman born out of wedlock
( 1216-25; MS: 1307-15 )  sa soer bastarde, ki fust countesse de P.  184
( c.1260; MS: c.1300 )  Respoundu ly fu qu’il ne deveyt mye estre respundu e pur ceo qe sa mere fu bastarde  10
( 1340 )  il n’eust mie esté plee pur A. d’aver eu l’assise d’aver dit adonqes qe Eleyne ust esté bastarde  14 Ed III 59
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