Middle English Dictionary Entry
|Forms||hurling(e ger. Also hurlunge.|
Definitions (Senses and Subsenses)
- (a1398) *Trev.Barth.(Add 27944)333b/b : For al þat is perceyued by herynge is cleped sowne as..smytynge togideres of stones, hurlyng and russhynge of wawes.
- c1425(c1400) Ld.Troy (LdMisc 595)5518 : The Troyens thanne at here callyng Among Gregeis made gret hurlyng.
- (1440) PParv.(Hrl 221)253 : Hurlynge, or stryfe: Incurcio, conflictus.
- a1450 Parton.(1) (UC C.188)3965 : And in this hurlyng, Partanope Wyth hys Swerde a stroke smote he Vpon Sornogoure helme.
- a1450 Parton.(1) (UC C.188)4550 : But whan he Cowde no-thing here, Of Partanope he was in feere, That in this hurlyng he were slayn.
- c1540(?a1400) Destr.Troy (Htrn 388)9051 : Hard hurlyng in hast highet hom betwene; Mony buernes on the bent blody beronen!
- (a1470) Malory Wks.(Win-C)1177/31 : In thys russhynge and hurlynge..sir Launcelot thrange here and there.
- (a1470) Malory Wks.(Win-C)1183/23 : They were slayne in the hurlynge as sir Launcelot thrange in the thyckyst of the prees.
- (a1387) Trev.Higd.(StJ-C H.1)8.231 : Kyng Henry and þe chapitre of Caunterbury was rebel aʒenst hym; In þat horlynge [vr. hurlynge; Higd.(2): tribulacion; L turbine], he made it as þey he knewe it not.
- ?a1425(a1400) Brut-1377 (Corp-C 174)331/6 : And for þis hurlyng..þe King wold not be gouerned at þat tyme by his lordes þat þere were in þe parlement.
- c1450(c1425) Brut-1419 (Cmb Kk.1.12)336/8 : And yn þe iiij yere of þe regne of King Richarde, þe comynes loked vp & arysyn vp yn dyuers partez of þe Reme and dede moche harm, þe which þei callid hurlyng tyme.
- c1475 Gregory's Chron.(Eg 1995)91 : At Synt Edmonde ys Bury they be-heddyd the Pryur of Bury..and many moo of othyr pepylle, And thys was callyd the hurlyng tyme.
- a1500(c1465) SEChron.(Lamb 306:Everett)25 : The whiche was called the hurlyng tyme..And this horlynge endured iij dayes, and no man durst sett upon hem.
- c1230(?a1200) Ancr.(Corp-C 402)86/28-9 : Ʒef ʒe weren i worldes þrung wið a lutel hurlunge ʒe mahten al leosen, as þe wrecches i þe world þe hurlið to gederes & breokeð hare uetles.
- a1425(c1395) WBible(2) (Roy 1.C.8)Bar.4.33 : For as Babiloyne made ioie in thi hurlyng doun and was glad in thi fal, so it schal be maad sori in his desolacioun.
- (a1398) *Trev.Barth.(Add 27944)139b/a : [Thunder] soneþ somdele as it were in þe maner of a rogglynge and hurlynge [L strepitus].
- (a1398) *Trev.Barth.(Add 27944)93a/a : If ventosite is in þe cause, hit is I-knowe by..hurlinge & noise.
- (a1398) *Trev.Barth.(Add 27944)251a/a : Newe whete..is..harde to defye and bredeþ..hurlynge and crullyng in þe wombe.
- (a1398) *Trev.Barth.(Add 27944)313b/b : Swetnesse..bredeþ swellyng and hurlyng and groblyng in þe wombe.
- ?a1425(1373) *Lelamour Macer (Sln 5)13a : Hit abatith hurlyng in þe stomake and þe swellyng.
- ?a1450 Arderne LW (Em 69)123 : Whoso desireth to have helpe of the wombe withoute akynge & hurlynge lete him drynk often the juse of rywe.
- (1366) Statutes Ireland 1438 : Ordeigne est..qe les comunes..ne vsent..les Jues qe home appelle horlinges oue graundz bastons a pillot sur la terre.
- c1460 Oseney Reg.145/12 : Submittyng me to þe constreynyng..of Euery Jugge..which þe saide Religiouse men..wille to Be chose..withowte hurlyng of Juggement [L sine strepitu iudiciali] and knowlech of plee.
Supplemental Materials (draft)
- a1425 *Treat.Uroscopy (Wel 225)148/659 : Blahede in uryn is caused of..releyinge & hurlynge & destemperynge of þe humors in þe body.