[parail]1 (c.1270)

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[parail]1 (c.1270)

[ hap]

[ FEW: *25,25b *appariculare; Gdf: 5,739a parail; GdfC: ; TL: 7,197 parail; DEAF:  parail / parer (*); DMF:  parail; TLF: ; OED:  parel n. / parrel n.; MED:  pareil n.2; DMLBS: 2213a parellus ]
peré (l. pere[l]?)  

The DMF suggests the etymon for this word may be parare (FEW 7,623b, no attestations) but it seems most likely that it represents an aphetic form derived from *appariculare (eg. reparaile).


1costumeapparel, clothing
( c.1270; MS: s.xiv2 )  E .vii. angeles del temple vi venir, E .vii. plaies divers[es] les .vi. tenir. De blanche peré (l. pere[l]?) e net' sont vestuz  940
apparail  parailler#1  paraillement#1  parailleur 
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