baterel (s.xiii)

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baterel (s.xiii)

[ FEW: 1,292a battuere; Gdf: 1,599c baterel; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF:  batre (baterel); DMF:  battereau; TLF: ; OED: ; MED:  baterel n.; DMLBS: 187b baterellus ]


1clapper (of bell)
( MS: s.xiii )  Artifices sunt illi subtiles qui fundunt campanas ex ere sonore, per quas in ecclesiis hore dieie denunciantur motu batillorum (gloss: (L) de baterés)  i 197.23 and ii 129.23
( 1268; MS: c.1300 )  (referring to involuntary homicide) Sicum al prestre bien suner list, E par kas un humme en oscist, U du baterel u coment ke seit, De ceo cupable estre ne deit  8111
2clapper of a mill (for striking or shaking the hopper so as to make grain move down the millstones
( MS: s.xiii/xiv )  Et apte collocant molares, qui molunt de faricapsia farinam, que batillo (gloss: (D*) baterel) (var. sclaps (L)MS: s.xiii) molendini descendit in alveum farinosum  i 199.48 and ii 135.48
batel#2  batuer 
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