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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): discedo

discedo discedo, -ere, -cessi, -cessum

a in diversas partes cedere, digredi – jít v různé strany, rozcházet se

b abire, decedere, spec. t.t. milit.: recedere (de exercitu) – odcházet, vzdalovat se, ustoupit, odtáhnout (o vojsku): d-ere...pricž tahnuti |LexClemB f.12rb|; ut a civitate d-erent (inimici) odlehli by |KNM XIV E 23 f.279r|; d-o, -dis...odgiti |VocLact f.bb 1vb|

c transl.: α (etiam in iunct.: ex vita, a vita): mori – zemřít: d-ere vmržieti |LexClemB f.12rb| β ab officio, consuetudine sim. cedere – ustoupit, uchýlit se od povinnosti, zvyku apod., zpronevěřit se + constr. (ad cβ ): c. praep. in c. abl.: in bono proposito...nullatenus d-ebat |VitaMil 405| iunct. (ad cα ): cum ex hac luce d-ssero |PetrZittChron 92a|; quodsi contingeret eundem e vivis d-ere |(1349) RegDipl V 356|; postquam...presbiter de valle gemebunda huius exilii...vitalibus d-ere debuissset |(1380) FormZat f.12r|; sique contigerit aliquem ex dictis incolis...intestate d-ere ab humanis |(1409) CodIurMun IV/1 297|; al. spec. (ad b et cβ ): a monasterium deserere – odejít z kláštera: Olomucensis scribit abbati in H. pro consangwineo, qui inconsulte d-ssit |CancIohNov 88|

b aedem sacram suae administrationi commendatam deserere – opustit kostel svěřený ke správě: conventor (promisit) ab eadem ecclesia non d-ere |(1402) ActaIudCons IV 107|.