chor
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
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chor
es; m. A choir.Add: 1. local Chor sacrarium, i. sanctuarium, An. Ox. 2990. Þá þénas inn gán tó chore ministri introeant chorum, Angl. xiii. 391, 370. Gelamp þá Frencisce men brǽcen þone chor, Chr. 1083; P. 215, 8. 2. personal Tó þǽre mæssan offrige se swíþra chor (dexter chorus ), se wynstra tó heáhmæssan, Angl. xiii. 384, 278. Andswarige eall chor, 410, 644. Oþ þæt chor endige, 646. Cild swíþran chores, 645. Ne hé ne gedyrstlǽce þæt hé hine þǽm chore geþeóde, R. Ben. 69, 5: 70, 13.
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