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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): devoro

devoro 1. devoro 1.

A gluttire, comedere – pohltit, sežrat: fera pessima d-avit (gl.: snyedla ) eum (Vulg. gen. 37,20) |UK V E 19 f.67r|; d-ati sunt (gl.: shltany neb sežrany ) in momento (Vulg. Dan. 14,41) |UK I C 12 f.109rb|; d-atus, -a, -um pozrzieny |LexS p.73a|

B transl.:

a c. subi. person.: α consumere, abligurrire, dissipare – promarnit, prohýřit, promrhat: filius..., qui d-avit substanciam (gl.: genz prozral nabitek ) suam (Vulg. Luc. 15,30) |UK V E 19 f.109v| β extremas syllabas perferre – polykat slova γ avide observare, audire – dychtivě pozorovat, poslouchat, hltat δ aequo animo ferre – trpělivě snést, „spolknout“

b c. subi. rerum: absorbere, delere – pohltit, zničit

+ subi. person. (ad Bb; cf. ThLL V/1 876,65): partim Ungaris, partim Polonis...d-antibus ipsum (regnum) |IohMarign 530b|; diabolus, qui semper querit, quem d-et (vetus vers.: koho by pozřel ) |KarVita 346b|; animas subditorum vestrorum d-astis |FridSternb 189|; sepe enim communitas ville...graviter fert bonitatem illius genealogie, nam d-ant sehltie chudinu |KNM XII D 3 f.249ra|.