Rubia_tinctorum_bd4_tafel_090

mædere

noun, f., n-decl., 19 occ.

Type: plant

Last Update: 18.07.2011 08:58

Old-English: mæddre, mædere, mæderu, mædre, medder, medere,

Latin (Machine generated): ANCHORIUM, ANCHORUM, GRIAS, GRYAS, RUBIA, RVBIA, SANDIX, SANDIX .I. IACINCTO, SANDIX HERBA SANDIX, UENERIA, UERMICULI, UERMICULO,

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References Last Update: 25.09.2020 13:26

  • →feld-mædere;
  • mæd-land;
  • mæd-mæwect;
  • mæd-splott;
  • mædere-cíþ;
  • mærædenn;
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Meaning Last Update: 01.02.2010 11:41

  • A: plant: foreign "Formerly grown in England and still occurs as a casual." (Clapham 1956,786).
    Rubia tinctorum L., madder, Echte Färberröte
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Comment Last Update: 18.07.2011 08:26

  • Comment on (A): Rubia tinctorum L., madder, Echte Färberröte

    The OE lemma can also denote other dyeing plants but the context of the occurrences (esp. LB) suggests R. tinctorum. The L lemmata RUBIA, SANDIX (→wād) and UERMICULUS (→corn-wurma) denote dyeing plants or a dye. ANCHORIUM, ANCHORUM are not clear but in my opinion the form is related to ANCHUSA (Alkanna tinctoria Tausch, alkanet, Schminkwurz) which is a dyeing plant; its root produces red dye. Lindheim's suggestion that it is related to ANCORA ('anchor, Anker') seems doubtful (with reference to Krapp, note on Dur 31: because of the hooked prickles). According to Fischer (2001,107) and André (1985, s.v.) GRIAS is unclear[1], Lindheim (note on 191) and Stracke (L index) suspect an erroneous Gk γύης, 'plough handle, Pflugsterz' (again referring to the hooked prickles); Hunt (1989,131) also suggests R. tinctorum. The plant depicted in the L HA (Howald / Sigerist 1927, ch. L) does slightly resemble a plough but it does definitely not depict R. tinctorium. UENERIA (→bēo-wyrt, →smeru-wyrt, →spere-wyrt) does not suit any of the possible dyeing plants. One explanation for this gloss could be Laud 1499 VENERIA .I. edre UEL smerewurt, in which edre probably stands for æddre 'vein, Ader' (cf. →ǣdre). It is likely that the original gloss UENERIA æddre was changed into mæddre by the glossator.

    Hankins (1992,235) identifies the plant as Rubia peregrina L., the native Rubia species. Esposito (2002,233) - probably too restrictive - suggests: "The word in OE. and ON. could not originally have denoted the exotic Rubia, but probably belonged to various species of the allied genera Asperula and Galium, some of which are still used as substitutes for madder. "

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Occurrences Last Update: 22.11.2010 06:53

  • AldVGo, 5091 SANDIX HERBA SANDIX mædere .I. IACINCTO[2]
  • AldVNa, 1,5209 SANDIX mædere
  • AldVNa, 2,436 SANDIX .I. IACINCTO[3] mædere, wad
  • AldVNa, 8,345 SANDIX mædre
  • AntFö, 141,239 UERMICULI mæddre
  • AntK, 111,4 RUBIA mæddre
  • Br,WW, 297,9 ANCHORUM mædere
  • Br,WW, 299,29 UENERIA mædere
  • C 31.14, AldV, Logeman, Anglia 13, 36/266 SANDIX mædre
  • C 36, Gough S.276 GRIAS medder
  • C 96.1, Na 35, 4 UERMICULO wealhbasu ł mædre
  • Dur, 191 GRYAS medere
  • Dur, 31 ANCHORIUM medere
  • HA, LI, 154/11 nsg Mædere
  • HA, LI, 154/12f asg þe man GRYAS 7 oþrum naman mædere nemneþ
  • HA, LI, 24/19 nsg GRYAS ƀ is mæderu[4]
  • Laud, 1289 RVBIA medere
  • Laud, 728 GRIAS medere. wrette
  • LB, 80/38[5] nsg reade hofe 7 mædere
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Image Last Update: 18.07.2011 08:58

Rubia tinctorum L., madder, Echte Färberröte

Rubia_tinctorum_bd4_tafel_090

Botanical-Information: stylised plate

Source: →reference-information

Thomé, Otto Wilhelm. Flora von Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz. In 4 Mappen ; 531 Tafeln in naturgetreuen Farben mit 668 Pflanzenarten. Leipzip: Teubner, 1938.

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Research Literature

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AldVNa: Napier, Arthur Sampson. Old English Glosses. Anecdota Oxoniensia, Mediaeval and Modern Series. 11. Reprint of Oxford, Clarendon Press 1900. Hildesheim: Olms, 1969.
AldV: Logeman, Henri. "New Aldhelm Glosses." Anglia 13 (1891): 26-41.
AntFö: Förster, Max. "Die altenglische Glossenhandschrift Plantinus 32 (Antwerpen) und Additional 32246 (London)." Anglia 41 (1917): 94-161.
AntK: Kindschi, Lowell. The Latin-Old English Glossaries in Planton-Moretus Manuscript 43 and British Museum Manuscript Additional 32,246. Unpubl. diss. Stanford University: 1955.
Br: Logeman, Henri. "Zu Wright-Wülker I, 204-303." Archiv 85 (1890): 316-318.
BW I: Bierbaumer, Peter. Der botanische Wortschatz des Altenglischen. Grazer Beiträge zur Englischen Philologie 1. Bern, Frankfurt am Main: Lang, 1975.
BW II: Bierbaumer, Peter. Der botanische Wortschatz des Altenglischen. Grazer Beiträge zur Englischen Philologie 2. Bern, Frankfurt am Main, München: Lang, 1976.
BW III: Bierbaumer, Peter. Der botanische Wortschatz des Altenglischen. Grazer Beiträge zur Englischen Philologie 3. Frankfurt am Main, Bern, Las Vegas: Lang, 1979.
Dur: Lindheim, B. von. Das Durhamer Pflanzenglossar. Beiträge zur englischen Philologie. 35. Bochum-Langendreer: Pöppinghaus, 1941.
HA: Cockayne, Oswald Thomas (ed.). "Herbarium Apuleii Platonici." In: Leechdoms, Wortcunning and Starcraft of Early England. Being a Collection of Documents, for the Most Part never before Printed, Illustrating the History of Sience in this Country before the Norman Conquest. Vol. 1. Rev. Ed. by Charles Singer. London: Holland Press, 1961. 1-325.
Laud: Stracke, J. Richard (ed.). The Laud Herbal Glossary. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1974.
LB: Cockayne, Oswald Thomas (ed.). "Leech Book." In: Leechdoms, Wortcunning and Starcraft of Early England. Being a Collection of Documents, for the Most Part never before Printed, Illustrating the History of Sience in this Country before the Norman Conquest. Vol. 2. Rev. Ed. by Charles Singer. London: Longman [et. al.], 1961. 1-360.
LB: Leonhardi, Günther. Kleinere angelsächsische Denkmäler I. Bibliothek der ags. Prosa VI. Hamburg: Grand, 1905.
WW, Prosp, Br: Wright, Thomas. Anglo-Saxon and Old English Vocabularies. 2nd ed. by Richard Paul Wülcker. Reprint of the 1884 ed. published by Trübner, London. Vol. 1: Vocabularies. Vol. 2: Indices. New York: Gordon, 1976.
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Berberich, Hugo, ed. Das Herbarium Apuleii nach einer früh-mittelenglischen Fassung. Anglistische Forschungen 5. Nachdruck Amsterdam, 1966. Heidelberg: Winter, 1902.
Bierbaumer, Peter. "Zu J.V. Goughs Ausgabe einiger altenglischer Glossen." Anglia 95, 1/2 (1977): 115-121.
D'Aronco, Maria Amalia and M. L. Cameron, eds.. The Old English Illustrated Pharmacopoeia: British Library Cotton Vitellius C.III. Early English Manuscripts in Faksimile 27. Copenhagen: Rosenkilde & Bagger, 1998.
Deegan, Marilyn. A Critical Edition of MS. B.L. Royal 12.D.XVII: Bald's 'Leechbook'. Diss. Univ. of Manchester. 1988.
DeVriend, Hubert Jan (ed.). The 'Old English Herbarium' and 'Medicina de Quadrupedibus'. Early English Text Society. Original series 286. London, New York, Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1984.
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MS London, British Library, Harley 585.
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MS London, British Library, Harley 6258b.
MS Salibury, Cathedral, 38.
MS London, British Library, Royal 5 E.xi.
MS London, British Library, Royal 6 A.vi..
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MS Oxford, Bodleian, Digby 146.
MS Oxford, Bodleian, Ashmole 1431.
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[1]:

Hunger"s identifikation (1935,167) is meaningless, because it seems to relate to Cockayne"s interpretation (1951, 337) of the name mædere.

[2]:

L HYACINTHINUS = "hyacinth colored, hyazintenfarbig"; cf. wǣden, s.v. wād.

[3]:

L HYACINTHINUS = "hyacinth colored, hyazintenfarbig"; cf. wǣden, s.v. wād.

[4]:

MSS B, H: mædere.

[5]:

This occurrence should be read: reade hofe 7 reade mædere.