quinzeine1 (1121-25)

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quinzeine1 (1121-25)

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[ FEW: 2/ii,1479a quindecim; Gdf: 6,519c quinzaine; GdfC: 10,463a quinzaine; TL: 8,103 quinzaine; DEAF:  quinze (quinzaine); DMF:  quinzaine; TLF:  quinzaine; OED:  quinzaine n. / quinzine n.; MED: ; DMLBS: 2632b quindecimus ]
qinzeine,  qinzeyne;  quinceine,  quinceyne,  quincine;  quindeceyne,  quindedeyne,  quindeisne,  quindeszain,  quindeszein,  quindeszeine,  quindezeine,  quindezeisne,  quindeszeyn,  quindezeyne,  quindizeine;  quinezeine;  quinsaine,  quinseigne,  quinseine,  quinseyne,  quinszaine,  quinszeine,  quinszene,  quinszeyne,  quinzaine,  quinzeigne,  quinzeine,  quinzeisne,  quinzene,  quinzenie,  quinzeyne,  quinzine,  quinzseyne,  quynsaine,  quynseine,  quynseyne,  quynzeisne,  quynzeyne,  quindszeme (l. quindszeine)  i 47 quinseme (l. quinseine)  Ed II v 75 quinteyne (l. quinceyne)  141.E276 quinzaimie  i 937 quinzainne  i 937 quinzame (l. quinzaine?)  i 389 quinzaume  iii 262 quinzeime  iii 262 quinzeme (l. quinzeine?)  49 quinzesme  ii 97 and 99  

Although word gender often cannot be reliably determined in Anglo-Norman, there seems to have been a feminine substantive, derived from Latin quindecima, which was separate from the substantival use of quindecimus (see quinzein), and which was also found in Continental French.

The deviants quinzaimie and quinzainne, both attested in the same Foedera document might be alternative interpretations of the same number of minims in the manuscript.

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1timethe fifteenth day, i.e. two weeks from a given day (counted inclusively)
( 1131-55 )  qui avoec lui jurgent a quinceine al meins  i 37
( c.1285; MS: c.1312 )  de votre bercherie chescune qinzeyne fetes le eyre marler de terre arcillouse  326.c64
timequindene, quinzaine, the fifteenth day, i.e. two weeks after a church festival (counted inclusively)
( 1121-25; MS: s.xiv1 ) del Noel la quinzeine  1307
( 1259 )  sera la paie fait au Temple a Paris, chascun an, a la quinzaine de l'Ascension la moité, e a la quinzaine de la Touz-Sainz l'autre  i 389
( 1323-25 )  [...] taunqe a la quinzeigne aprés la Pentecouste  166
( 1379 )  parentre cy et le quindeceyne de Seint Hiller prochein avenir  i 37
( 1397 )  ore a la quynsaine de la Trinité [...] nous avoms examiné [...]  vii.lxv
( a.1399 )  tanqe une quindeszein avaunt le fest de seint Peir  77.32
2timeperiod of fifteen days, fortnight (with the fifteenth day being counted inclusively)
( 1121-25; MS: s.xiv1 ) Puis q'unt curut (=travelled by boat) .iij. quinzeines, Freidur lur curt par les veines  897
( c.1136-37; MS: s.xiii1/3 )  Unze en i ot el champ ocis. E aprés ço une quinzeine Rasemblerent la gent grifaine  3001
( s.xiiex; MS: s.xiv2 )  En lyt se teent un quinzaine  (C) 236
( s.xiii1; MS: s.xiii1 )  Kant la quinzenie aveit juné  1780
( 1258-59 )  en essoines del derein presentement [...] doinst l'em jur de quinzaine en quinzaine, ou de treis semaines en tres semaines  473
quinze  quinzein  quinzime 
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