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Juan José CALVO
Table vs. mete boord: Old French culinary terms and Germanic native vocabulary in two late Middle English cookery books
Table, mete boord that ys borne a-wey whan mete is doon, cillaba (“Table, meal board that is borne away when the meal is over, cillaba”). 1440, SEM (Norfolk), attributed to Galfridus Grammaticus (i.e. Geoffrey the Grammarian), “Promptorium parvulorum sive clericorum”: 485/1
Published in Textes et contextes, 13.2 | 2018

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