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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): aeternus

aeternus aeternus 3. script.: ett- |LexR f.5va| sempiternus – trvalý, věčný: e-us ewyg wyeczny |KNM II F 4 f.106v|; viecznik e-us |ClarGl 1258|; e-us...wiecžny |VocLact f.H 6ra| subst. aeternum, -i, et aeterna, -orum, n. aeternitas, bona aeterna – věčnost, věčné statky: e-um wiecznost |LexS p.77a|

+ iunct.: nec providens, que ad usum vite pertinent propter amorem e-orum |WencDoct 76a|; cupientes...corporalia seminare in terris pro retribucione e-orum in celis |(1378) LibEr II 147b|; nullum temporale causat e-um |HusQuodl 92| acc. aeternum pro adv.: e-um nawieky |LexClemB f.45ra| iunct. sensu adv.

ab aeterno (cf. ThLL I 1148,15) a principio aeternitatis, aeternaliter – od počátku věčnosti, věčně: nullus homo fuit ab e-o |CapPr P 1450 f.47r|; persona Cristi, que ab e-o ante incarnacionem erat unica persona |StanDeUniv 142|; scivit (Cristus) ab e-o quia venient falsi predicatores |HusBethl IV 307|; ab e-o (gl.: od wiecznosti ) |UK III B 16 f.3vb|.