Critical prefaces of the French Renaissance

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BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR THE GLOSSARY

Cot: Randle Cotgrave, A Dictionarie of the French and English Tongyes. Compiled by Randle Cotgrave. London, Printed by Adam Islip. Anno 1611. [A few entries are from the edition of London: Islip, 1632.]

DP: [ Robert Estienne], Dictionarium puerorum..., Apud Gullelmum Laemarium. M.D.LXXXVI.

DuC: Du Cange, Glossarium Mediae et infimae Latinitatis, Niort: L. Favre, 1883-87, 10 vols.

Dupuys: [ Jacques Dupuys], Dictionaire Francois-Latin... Paris: J. Dupuys, 1573. [This second edition of Dupuys's dictionary is really a fourth (or fifth?) edition of Estienne's, with some additional material.]

Est: [ Robert Estienne], Dictionaire Francoislatin, contenant les motz & manieres de parler Francois, tournez en Latin. A Paris. De l'imprimerie de Robert Estienne. M.D.XXXIX. Auec priuilege du Roy.

Est 2: Robert Estienne, Dictionaire Francoislatin, avtrement dict Les mots Francois, auec les manieres dvser diceulx, tournez en Latin. Corrigé & augmenté. A Paris: De l'imprimerie de Robert Estienne Imprimeur du Roy. M.D.XLIX. Par priuilege dudict Seigneur.

Gode: Frédéric Godefroy, Dictionnaire de l'ancienne langue française, Paris: Vieweg, 1880- 1902, 10 vols.

Huguet: Edmond Huguet, Dictionnaire de la langue française du seizième siècle, Paris: Champion, 1925-- [A-Fabrique only.]

Littré: Emile Littré, Dictionnaire de la langue française, Paris: Hachette, 1878, 5 vols.

MF: Les Mots francois selon l'ordre des lettres, ainsi qu'il les faut escrire, tournez en Latin. Par Guillaume de Laimarie. M.D.LXXXVI. [Definitions derived largely from Estienne's dictionary.]

Pals: Jean Palsgrave, L'Eclaircissement de la langue française, ed. F. Génin, Paris: Imprimerie nationale, 1852 ("Documents inédits sur l'histoire de France").


GLOSSARY
The glossary contains only words which are not listed in the Dictionnairegénéral of Hatzfeld, Darmesteter, and Thomas in the same or in related meaning.
abbayer , tr. to cry out the merits of ( Huguet: Abbayer qqch. Le crier très haut)
absolu , past part. completed ( Huguet: Achevé, accompli, parfait)
adjourner , tr. to summon to court (Est 2: Citare, exhibere reum. Dupuys: Fay moy adiourner, Lege agito)
adombrer , tr. to approximate, imitate (Cot :...to pourtray, or draw a resemblance grossely, as Painters do in their first lines)
affierent , intr. are fitting (Est: Affiert = conuient, attinet)
altiloque , adj. lofty in style ( Huguet: D'un langage élevé)
attrempance , f. temperance (Est 2: Modestia, Temperantia. Cot: f. Sobernesse, temperance, modestie, staiednesse, gouernment; moderation in behauiour, or humour)
badault , m. a fool (Cot: m. A foole, dolt, sot, fop, asse, coxcombe; gaping hoydon)
cetui , adj. this, that

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