coule1 (c.1160)

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coule1 (c.1160)

[ FEW: 2/ii,1452b cuculla; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,215c coule; TL: 2,557 cole 4; DEAF:  cole 3; DMF:  coule; TLF:  coule 1; OED:  cowl n.1; MED:  coule n.1; DMLBS: 527b cuculla ]
coulle;  couele,  cule;  cowel;  couele,  covele;  cuuele,  cuuil,  cuule;  cuveele,  cuvel,  cuvele,  cuwel;  cofle,  cufle;  kule,  kufle,  kuvle;  qouchle, 
pl. colles  


1costumemonasticeccl.cowl, hooded garment covering the head and shoulders and forming a part of a monk’s habit
( c.1160; MS: s.xiiim )  Estamines e frocs et colles (:ampoles)  2260
( c.1174; MS: s.xiiiin )  La cule ot suz les dras (var. cuule (H)MS: s.xiiiin; kule (P)MS: s.xiii1couele (W)MS: s.xivin)  583
( 1213; MS: 1213 )  Lors amenoi danz Eleutheire Par lu pan de sa qouchle neire Priveement en l'oratoire  99rb
( s.xiii2/4; MS: s.xiii2 )  Li moignes puis sa cuvele prent E devant le leprus l’estent  122ra33
(TBD)  cuculli: coulez, cuuelis, couelon, […] cules  ii 138
hovel#1  couelon 
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