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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): discumbo

discumbo discumbo, -ere, -cubui, -cubitum script.: -ss- v. infra; -unb- |ColdaMil f.15v|

1 a decumbere (more Graecorum et Romanorum), assidere epulandi causa (more temporis posterioris), cenare, epulari – uložit se ke stolu (po starověkém způsobu), usednout ke stolu (podle pozdějšího zvyku), jíst, stolovat: d-ebant stolechu |LexClemA 227|; placuisset Herodi et simul d-entibus (gl.: hudugyczym (!); cf. Vulg. Marc. 6,22: simulque recumbentibus ) |CapPr P 896 f.81r|; facite homines d-ere (gl.: kazte lidu zsaditi; cf. Vulg. Luc. 9,14: facite illos d-ere ) |CapPr P 791 f.162r|; diss-ere giesti |LexClemB f.12rb|; d-ere, id est comedere, essen auf der erde (cf. DfG 185b) |KNM II F 4 f.91v|; d-ente eo (gl.: kdyz sediel gest ) in domo, ecce multi publicani...d-ebant (gl.: gedli su ) cum Ihesu (Vulg. Matth. 9,10) |UK I F 37 f.259r|; d-o, -bis...ad discum sedere, stoliti |VocLact f.bb 2ra|

b cubitum ire – jít spat

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2 sedere in concilio – zasedat v radě: predicti filii sathane presentati sunt principi simulque d-entibus |CosmCont I 210|; in presencia vestri atque simul d-encium |ib.|.