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Bugle (OED bugle, MED bugle, AND bugle): 1318. KB27. Surrey. tria cornua, que vocantur bugles. Early use by OED, could be French. [1]


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Tabletter: Berkshire. Johannes le Tabletter. OED seems not to have. [3] rcp 03/12

Tapicer: Yorkshire. Johannes le Tapicer. OED has earliest 1405. [4] rcp 11/12

Tapster: Norfolk. Mabillam de Rudham tapstere. OED has only earlyier in 1000. [5] rcp 03/12

Tapyser: 1342. London. Johanni de London tapyser. OED has earliest 1405. [6]. London. 1359. Willelmus de Glodeseye tapicer. [7] rcp

Taskere: 1342. Oxfordshire. Adam le Tasker de Chaumcumbe. [8]. 1344. Oxfordshire. Petrus le Taskere of churche. OED has earliest sixteenth century. [9] rcp 03/12

Teyghler: 1343. Hampshire. Robertum filium Gilberti de Odyham tighler. [10]. 1345. Lincolnshire. Johannem de Byrle de Sancto Botolpho teyghler. OED has only earlier example in 1300. [11] rcp 03/12

Teynturer: 1320. Huntingdonshire. Magister Willelmus le Teynturer ... Johannes filius Petri le Teynturer. Not in OED. [12]

Thakker: 1344. Nottinghamshire. Thomam le Thakker. OED has earliest 1450. [13] rcp

Thetcher: 1342. Somerset. Thomam le Thetchere. [14]. 1354. Kent. William Bruggeman, thetcher. OED has earliest c. 1450. [15] SJ 07/11

Threle: 1342. Sussex. Willelmus le Threle. [16] rcp 11/12

Threshere: 1344. Kent. cum Thoma le Threshere. OED has 1380. [17] rcp 03/12; 1361. Cambridgeshire. Johannem Cokke thresher. [18] rcp 03/13

Thwitel: 1346. Lincolnshire. de quodam cultello vocato thwytel precii duorum denariorum. [19]. 1348. Yorkshire/Staffordshire. Extraxit quendam cultellum vocatum thwitel. OED has only earlier usage in 1326. [20] rcp

Tymbermongere: 1344. London. Roberto de Causton tymbermongere. Only OED reference is in 1275. [21] rcp

Tynkeler: 1345. Lincolnshire. Radulfum Tynkeler. OED has only earlier in 1175. [22] cp 03/12

Tynkere: 1343. Staffordshire. Johannem Tynkere de Tamworth. OED has only earlier 1265. [23] rcp

Tornour: 1361. Devon. Willelmum Dymmok tornour. OED has earliest 1415. [24] rcp 04/13

Toth: 1343. Cambridgeshire. Henricum le Cook de Ely, Alanum With the toth ledere, Simonem le Musterder. OED has only in 1200 with uncertain meaning. [25] rcp

Tourtemaker: 1354. London. Simon le Tourtemaker. OED has 1706 as earliest for 'tourte'. [26] SJ 07/11

Trashe: 1351. Lincolnshire. Willelmus Trashe. OED has earliest in 1360, 150 years before next earliest usage and regarded as suspect. [27] rcp 0212.

Trayour: 1319. Andream le Trayour. OED has earliest 1473. [28]

Treager: 1590. London. panni linei vocati treager. OED has earliest 1610. [29] rcp 04/12

Trenchour: 1347. de quodam cultello vocato trenchour. OED has earliest 1330, then 1400. [30]. H1360. Cambridgeshire. [31]. M1360. London. quendam cultellum sine puncto vocatum trenchour. [32] rcp 03/13

Trotter: 1345. London. Johannem Trottere messager. OED does not have in this sense until 1562. [33] rcp 03/12

Turkeys: 1530. London. unum anulum aureum cum uno lapide precioso vocato a turkeys in eodem anulo infixo. OED seemingly has no such meaning. [34] rcp 02/12

Twytel: 1359. Somerset. cum quodam cultello vocato twytel. OED does not have. [35] rcp

Tymberman: Willelmum le Tymberman. Suffolk. OED has earliest 1429, although "Timber" far earlier. [36]

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