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Latinitatis medii aevi lexicon Bohemorum (thanks to the Centre for Classical Studies at the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences (www.ics.cas.cz/en)) (2017): circumeo

circumeo circumeo et circueo, -ire, -ivi (-ii), circu(m)itum script. et form.: circuio |PetrZittChron 119a|; circuo |UK I F 29 f.127v in mg.|; circuunt |CapPr P 1252 f.11vb|; circuiendam |(1203? s. XIII) CodDiplBoh II 373|

1 a circum alqd ire – jít kolem, okolo, obcházet: c-uire obchazeti |Veleš f.91va|; c-meo, -is, -ivi, -itum...wokolo choditi |VocLact f.Z 8vb|

b transl.: decipere – klamat: c-uire...oklamati |Veleš f.91va|

c circumcludere, cingere – obklopit, obklíčit

d circuitum facere (in locutione) – chodit dokola, obcházet (v řeči)

+ constr. (ad 1d): c. praep. per (cf. ThLL III 1138,39): ipse...c-mivit per cameram (vetus vers.: je sě choditi...po komoře ) |KarVita 350a|; ipso teste cum Raynhardo et aliis consulibus civitatis per plebem dicte ecclesie c-meuntibus |VisitArchid f.12v|; c-uivit (plebanus) per civitatem Benessow maximo clamore |ib. f.54r| c. praep. ad : nudis pedibus cum uno tantum camerario ad ecclesias Dei c-uibat (s. Wenceslaus) |HomilOpat I 58|

2 tractare alqd – zacházet s něčím, projednávat něco: quando mos erat, crimen non erat sub utraque specie sumere, ut Greci faciunt et in aliquibus ecclesiis adhuc fit, et ibi caute c-meunt cum sanguine |PetrZat 301|; in eisdem, que mecum agere debent et c-uire sicut filii mei fideles et ego reciproce cum ipsis sicuti fidus pater ipsorum |(1451) DocUlrRos IV 326|

3 spec. iur.: circum metas alcis possessionis circuitum facere limitum iure statuendorum causa – obcházet hranice nějakého majetku za účelem jejich právního stanovení: quarum villarum culta et inculta...c-uire precepi Hrabysam, summum curie męę (ducis) camerarium |(1183? s. XIII) CodDiplBoh I 4l9|; noluit (Zdeslaus) c-uire villam K. cum suis attinentiis..., sicut tenebatur de iusticia c-uire |(1240) ib. III 350|; mandavit (rex)...silvam c-uire secundum terre consuetudinem |(c. 1310) DocAulReg 11|; saepe; cf. circumgyro (3).