[otreiur] (s.xiiiex)

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[otreiur] (s.xiiiex)

[ gdw]

[ FEW: *25,821a *auctorizare; Gdf: ; GdfC: ; TL: ; DEAF:  otreur / otroiier (*); DMF: ; TLF:  octroyer (octroyeur); OED: ; MED: ; DMLBS: ]

As merely a vernacular gloss of a Latin word, without any further context or editorial commentary, this unusual term currently can only be defined by means of the Latin fautor (DMLBS 911a). Note that in an alternative manuscript of this text, the Latin word in that same passage is glossed (presumably incorrectly) as fauchur (i.e. ‘mower, reaper’, see fauchour) – Gloss Garland 168. An edition of the Latin base text (John of Garland’s Unum Omnium) is needed to clarify this passage.


1promoter, patron (?)
( MS: s.xiiiex )  fautor: otreur  ii 163
otreiance  otrei  otreiement  otreier  otreieson 
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