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no entry sub lavatorio.

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Du Cange vol 5, p 39, col 3:

1. LAVATORIUM, plusêmon, in Gloss.
Lat. Gra3C. [* In edit. plusimon, Labatorium,
ex mutatione v in 6 Leg. vero
plusmos.] Will. Brittq in Vocab. MS.:
Luter, dicitur Lavatorium, et quodcumque
vas purgandis sordibus deputatum.
Ita Lavoir Picardi nostri vocant vasa,
in quibus panni eluuntur. Pro tonstrina
monachorum videtur usurpare Eckeardus
Junior de Casib. S. Galli cap. 11 :
Veniunt in pyrale, et inde Lavatorium,
nee non proximum pyrali scriptorium, et
has tres regulartssimas prx omnibus, quas
unquam viderint, asserebant esse officinas.
Lavatoria et domus lavatoria, in
Chron. Trudon. lib. 10. pag. 470. et 473.
neque enirn Goldasto assentior, qui Lavatorium
apud EcUeardum, vaporarium
aut sudatorium interpretatur. Lavalorii
domus, apud Matth. Paris in Vitis Abbat
S. Albani. Bernardus Monach. in
Consuetudin. Cluniac. MSS. cap. 54 :
Sumptoque urceo abluendis manibus praeparato,
Lavatorium petit : primitus quidem
manus et faciem lavat, etc.

LAVATORIUM, abi manus Javant Monachi,
priusquam eant ad refectorium.
Liber Ordinis S. Victoris MS. cap. 35.
de Refectorio : Quando percutitur cymbalum,
si Fratres in Ecclesia fuerint, exeant
cum Processione ad Lavatorium.

1 LAVATORIUM, Cornu altaris ubi Sacerdos
lavat manus sacra faciendo.
Charta ann. 1503. apud Madox Formul.
Anglic, pag. 339 : Presbiter celebrans
post Evangelium cujuslibet Misuse, prsedictfe,
antequam ad Lavatorium se divertat,
Psalmum De profundis alia et audibili
voce dicet cum orationibus consuetis.

*2. LAVATORIUM,Vas fundendo aquam
ad manus lavandas aptum. Inventar.
ann. 1420. inter Probat. torn. 2. Anna!.
Praamonst. col. 591: Duas pelves argenteas,
trio, Lavatoria argentea, duas ewers
argenteas, etc. Pot lavoir vero in Pedag.
Pe'ron. ann. 1295. ex Chartul. 21. Corb.
fol. 355. v°. aliud esse videtur, vas nempe
in quo panni eluuntur, ex Lit. remiss,
ann. 1416. in Reg. 169. Chartoph. reg.
ch. 324 : Le suppliant... print en la mile
de Therouenne deux chauffrettes, que on
nomme au lieu Pos lavoirs. Alias ann.
1470. in Reg. 196. ch. 293 : Le suppliant
print ung Lavouer de terre qu'-il trouva
sur le bort de la riviere. Inventar. S. Capel.
Paris, ann. 1376. ex Bibl. reg. : Una
pelvis sive bacinus cum uno Lavatorio
pro servilio custodum nocturnorutn. Un
bacin et un Lavoer, in Inventario Gallico.

» 3. LAVATORIUM, Locus, ubi equi lavan-
tur et adaquantur, Gall. Abreuvoir.
Necrol. eccl. Paris. MS. : Dedit nobis
manerium suum de Spedona, situm ante
ecclesiam S. Beati, prout in latitudine et
longitudine se comportat, cum virgulto,
in quo est equorum Lavatorium. Charta
Ludov. junior, reg. Franc, ann. 1157.
inter Probat. torn. 2. Hist. Occit. col.
562: Usque ad medium flumen Atacis et
usque ad Lavatorium Coriani, etc.

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Mata Kimasitayo
Kimasita~aT~Bloomington~In~Us

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From: Marjorie Greene
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Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 9:55 AM
Subject: Re: [M-R] Latin Translation

medieval-religion: Scholarly discussions of medieval religion and culture

According to my medieval Latin dictionary, "lavatorio" is the plural of
"lavatorium," a place for washing. Since the washing of the hands was then,
as it is now, a part of the Mass, that is probably what this text is about.
MG

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