chaere (s.xii1)

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chaere (s.xii1)

[ FEW: 2/i,506a cathedra; Gdf: 2,33b chaiere; GdfC: ; TL: 2,162 chaiere; DEAF:  chaiere; DMF:  chaire; TLF:  chaire; OED:  chair n.1; MED:  chaier(e n.; DMLBS: 300c cathedra ]
chaer,  chaier,  chaiere,  chare,  chaire,  cheer,  cheere,  cheiere,  cheire,  chiere;  caere,  caiere;  quaire;  schaere,  schayere,  chairee,  cherie,  kere  806 (var.)
pl. cheys  58  


1domesticchair, seat
( s.xii1; MS: c.1145 ) Beneurez li huem chi [...] en la chaere de pestilence ne sist  43.1.1
( MS: c.1250 )  hec cathedra: chaere  i 422
( s.xivin; MS: 1382 )  Eschamel, chaier (M.E. chayre) de fow  504
( 1371-82 )  .j. chaier ové .ij. staybarres de feer tinnez  E101/547/21/7
( 1415 )  une longe bele table ové une chaire de ciprés  ii 16
( MS: s.xiii/xiv )  fercula gallice: chaer, anglice faudestole  ii 148
seat, place
( 1268; MS: c.1300 )  sa chaiere (var. cheire (Y)MS: s.xiii4/4;  chiere (C)MS: s.xiii4/4;  chere (D)MS: s.xiv1/4) verraiement N'est pas en ciel  6841
eccl.(bishop’s, royal, etc.) throne
( MS: s.xiii1 )  tronus: chairee  ii 106
( 1256; MS: c.1300 )  quant seint Piere en chaere set  81
( a.1399 )  (Richard II at his coronation) fuist assis sur une chaier  110.27
( 1433 )  une chappelle de camocas blanc, fournie de […] une coverture de chaier a ung Agnus Dei […]  B12
( s.xiiex; MS: s.xiii1 )  morz e seveliz e posez suz un quaire Vilment envolupez de [mult] povre suaire  342
chaere pliable
( MS: s.xiii/xiv ) fercula: (D) chayer paiable (l. pliable) (var. faudestole  (C) MS: s.xiiiex ;  segis  (D*) MS: s.xiii/xiv ;  fadestoles  (L) MS: s.xiii )  ii 137.55
chaere a dame
1domesticlitter, sedan
( MS: s.xiii )  lectica: chaere a dame  ii 111
( MS: s.xiii/xiv )  lectica: (L) cherie a dame  ii 68
chaere de pestilence
Seint Piere (en) Chaere
1eccl.liturgicaltime(the feast of) Saint Peter in Cathedra
( 1275; MS: c.1282 )  il dist tel aver fet le jour Seint Perre en Schayere  (C)10
( c.1300 )  Les compotistres dient que ver comence a la feste que nos apellons a la chaiere saint Piere et dure jusques a la feste saint Urbain  83.362
tenir chaere
1to have one’s place
( 1268; MS: c.1300 )  Ke met en tere Acord, en ciel tient chiere  6854
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