DMLBSDictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources (UK; research project)
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Howlett, and others (Oxford: Oxford University Press for the British Academy, 1975-), hereafter DMLBS.
edn 1933), and in Anglo-Latin the DMLBS, one of whose quotations links the word with meretrix.
327c mieur; AND miur); the strange form 'gemoose', (41) hiding amongst a crowd of English terms for parts of a fulling-mill, is the Anglo-French 'gemel', 'hinge' (AND, gemel; DMLBS, gemellus).