It answers to the Low Latin seriose, used in two senses; seriously, gravely; minutely, fully.
Parv., but explained by transversum, which is the Low Latin form.
Not a very common form, but justified by the Low Latin intralia.
That regarded as the standard or regular termination of the feminine, -ess (French esse, Low Latin issa), the one most used.
Probably from old French or from Low Latin, cloca, clocca, a bell.
According to Darmstetter the word ‘timbre’ is own brother to ‘tambour,’ both being derived from a Low Latin form of tympanum.
Perula and perulus are used in Low Latin in the sense of pearl.
The modern French chausse represents a Low Latin calcia, fem.
Bauhin80 mentions the Low Latin names servillum, chervillum, or servillam, words which are not in Ducanges dictionary.
“Cento” is a Low Latin word meaning patchwork, combination, or compilation.