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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): confringo

confringo confringo, -ere, -fregi, -fractum

1 a frangere, rumpere – zlomit, rozbít: c-ere zlamati, zlupati |LexClemB f.10ra|; qui ceciderit super lapidem istum, c-etur (gl.: rozrazy sye; Vulg. Matth. 21,44) |UK V E 19 f.80v|; c-o...stroskotati |VocLact f.aa 3va|

b transl.: debilitare, consumere, delere – vysílit, zmařit, zničit: qui c-fracti sunt (gl.: polomeny; Vulg. Is. 58,6) |CapPr P 791 f.6r|

+ 2 effodere – vyhloubit: stollonem in monte Rudolfi et omnes montes ibidem mensuratos...et quicquid ibi c-fractum fuerit usque ad semitam |(1272) RegDipl II 322|; Petrus...et Andreas...susceperunt montana in T., c-fractam foveam et stollonem hereditarium cum omnibus laneis |(1387-1391) LibIudIgl II f.106ra|; al.; cf. confractio (2) part. pf. pro adi. confractus 3. lassus, defessus (cf. ThLL IV 256,40) – malátný, unavený: eramus c-i (vetus vers.: bychme zlámáni ) et quasi fessi |KarVita 347b|; membra Anticristi sunt c-a et mollia ad obsequendum Cristo |JanovReg III 163|.