- Latin word for a baker; from which the French still have boulanger.
Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases. Christopher Coredon with Ann Williams.
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Bakers, Worshipful Company of — The bakers of London are first found in the *Pipe Rolls of 1155, when they made an annual payment to the *excheq uer. The bakers were given authority by London s aldermen to enforce the assize of bread within two miles of the city, excluding the… … Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases