défrauder

(dé-frô-dé) v. a.
Priver par fraude.
   Vieilli.
   XIVe s.
   Ne le defraude pas de liberté, et ne le laisse pas en povreté, ORESME Thèse de MEUNIER.
   Pour defrauder le dit seigneur de sa depte, Bibl. des Chartes, 4e série, t. II, p. 61.
   Dé.... préfixe, et frauder ; provenç. et espagn. defraudar ; ital. defraudare.

Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré. . 1872-1877.

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