endangerer (c.1378-79)

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endangerer (c.1378-79)

[ FEW: *3,128a *dominiarium; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF: ; DMF: ; TLF: ; OED:  endanger v.; MED:  endaungeren v.; DMLBS: ]


1to harm
( c.1378-79 )  en ceo cas (=if a prison for suspected fornicators is constructed) si serront bien endeaungerez et envolutz en sentences les nient copables come les copables  248


1to suffer loss, be harmed
( 1381-82 )  (as a result of pestilence, murrain, etc.) eles (=the Abbess and nuns of Shaftsbury) ne purront sinoun qe a moelt grant peine sanz lour endangerer al (l. as) diverses bones gentz lours creditours mesner l’an a bon fin  iii 129
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