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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): convinco

convinco convinco, -ere, -vici, -victum script. et form.: -icere (inf.) |HilSerm 35|; -iciendus |CapPrP 177 f.173v|; -inctus (cf. ThLL IV 876,36) |(s. XIV) ArchZnoym II 307 f.6v|

1 a c. obi. person.: coarguere – usvědčovat

b c. obi. rerum: comprobare – dokazovat + constr. (ad 1a): c. praep. de (cf. ThLL IV 877,57): quicunque de aliquo crimine c-ctus...iuris careat honore |(1278) CodIurMun II 64|; Druso...eundem Adam non c-ctum de aliquo crimine...ligari fecit |(1377) MonVat IV 672|; an aliquis hominum...Iohannem Hus...de heresi c-icit |MladRel 58|; P. braseator...de furto est c-ctus testimonio fide digno |ProcPrPrax 46|; al. c. praep. pro : propter hoc non c-itur aliquis pro homicidio, quod cultellus...in manibus eius rapitur |(s. XIV) ArchZnoym II 307 f.45v|

2 vincere – přemoci: qui dyabolo contra veritatem credidit, iam veritati, c-ncto (var. lect.: c-cto ) dyabolo et semet ipso, fidem plenam adhibeat |JanovReg II 11|.