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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): cubiculum

cubiculum cubiculum, -i, n.

1 camera ad dormiendum apta, conclave – ložnice, komnata: unum c-um (vetus vers.: schranu, totiz pokog ) |KNM II E 9 f.4v|; c-um tayny pokoy lozny |LexS p.72a|

+ in imag. (cf. ThLL IV 1269,42): ingressus (Adalbertus) c-um cordis egit gracias...Cristo |CanapAdalb 258|; cupienti (Wenceslao) Deum...in c-o sui sanctissimi cordis secretissime exorare |Christ 113|; archana mentis in cordis c-o contegat (homo) |IenstCons 69|

2 cubile – lože: c-um lozie, peless |KNM XIV E 14 p.484|; c-um, id est lectus, lože, postele |VocLact f.F 6ra|.