compaigner (c.1150)

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compaigner (c.1150)

[ FEW: 2/ii,967a companio; Gdf: 2,201c compaignier 1; GdfC: ; TL: 2,615 compagnier; DEAF:  compagnon (compagnier 1); DMF:  compagner; TLF: ; OED:  company v.; MED:  compaignien v.; DMLBS: ]
conpaigner;  companier;  cumpainner,  cumpanier  


1to join, unite
( s.xiiiex; MS: s.xiv1/4 )  Icestes deus choses compaignez ensemble, ceo est peine e hontage  121.12


1to associate (with)
( MS: s.xiii2 )  associari: cumpainner  ii 25
( s.xivin; MS: s.xivm )  (the stork) pur rien ne veot a autre compaigner  162
to have sexual intercourse (with)
( 1310-20 )  (Abraham to Sarah:) 'alum ensemble companier; si engendrum un enfaunt qe serra nostre heyr'  10v
( c.1325 )  le aungel […] dyt: Zacarie, va compaigner ou ta femme, si engendras un enfant […]  29


1to associate, keep company (with)
( c.1150; MS: c.1300 )  Salemon ci sun fiz defent Que ne se compaint a tel gent  740
( s.xiiiex; MS: s.xiv2 )  Jammés a maveise gent Ne vous compaignetz ascient (l. a scient)  (L) 269
( 1354; MS: c.1360 )  il ayme les humbles et ou (=with) eaux se conpaigne en toutz heures  41
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