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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): corusco

corusco corusco (cho-) 1. script. et form.: chorr- |IusMont 240|; -rr- (cf. ThLL IV 1073,20) v. infra

a vibrare – mávat

b micare, splendere – míhat se, třpytit se, blýskat se: corr-are blyskati |LexS p.129a ( sim. VocLact f.aa 5va)|

+ in imag. (cf. ThLL IV 1075,52): clarere – skvít se: divina sepius c-ante omnipotencia |GumpWenc 162|; per quem (sanctum) tot miracula Deus cho-are facit in terra |VitaeProc 157|; qui (vir Dei) tot miraculorum insigniis c-at |VitaHrozn 383|; inferiores enim suorum corr-ant (vetus vers.: stkvějí se ) radiis dominorum |IusRegMont 394|; noster ordo nitore claro cho-ans |KNM XII F 15 f.205v|; saepe c. praep. in c. abl.: isti electi, qui in virtutibus radiabant et cho-abant |WencDoct 127b|.