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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): collyrium

collyrium collyrium, -i, n. script. et form.: colir-, coler- v. infra; color- |KNM XI E 20 f.60r|; -llir- (cf. ThLL III 1668,2) |IenstCod 389|; -ller- v. infra; collerum |UK I G 23 f.115r|

1 unguentum, praecipue unguentum oculis medens – mast, zejména oční: collerium augen salben |KNM X E 1 f.161v|; colirium ocžij mast |LexClemB f.38ra|

+ distinguuntur: colerium Parisiense. Recipe fel leporis |CapPr P 1363 f.75v|; colirium generale contra arsuras oculorum |UK I H 2 f.148v|; colirium Basiliense contra ruborem |ib. f.337r|

in imag. (cf. ThLL III 1668,54): ut contra tumorem superbie colirio proprie ignorancie oculos meos ungam |PetrZittSerm 393|; et iam fuco et colirio suo exquisito oculis nostris velamen inponere nititur? |RabDial 206|

2 emplastrum – náplast, obvaz: colirium ein pint tuch vel phlaster |KNM X E 1 f.161v|

3 fucus – líčení, přetvářka: per equm palidum (cf. Vulg. apoc. 6,8)...intelligunt ypocritas, qui sicut dicit Matheus 6 exterminant facies suas, ut videantur hominibus ieiunantes. Pallidiores volunt se exhibere, quam ipsis est naturale. Nonne et hoc est colirium (gl.: lyczydlo ) palidum colorem propter favorem hominum velle habere |CapPr P 864 f.39v|.