[bourder]1 (s.xiii3/4)

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[bourder]1 (s.xiii3/4)

[ FEW: 1,440b *borda; Gdf: 1,687b bordeor; GdfC: 8,341c bordeur; TL: 1,1066 bordëor; DEAF:  borde 2 (bordeor); DMF:  bourdeur 1; TLF:  bourde; OED:  bourder n.; MED:  bourdour n.; DMLBS: ]
bourdour,  bordere  


( s.xiii3/4; MS: s.xiv1/4 )  Sy jo chaunte. C’est un borderes  47.10
( 1378-79 )  a certain jester (bourdour) of the lady  ii 170
( s.xvin; MS: s.xv1 )  vous dorrez [...] a bourdez (l. bourders: M.E. minstralez) & damyselez Symples garlandez  93.4
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