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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): dispositus

dispositus dispositus 3.

1 a bene ordinatus, compositus, constitutus – dobře uspořádaný, srovnaný, zřízený: d-us zrzyzeny |LexS p.74b|

b institutus, praescriptus – ustanovený, nařízený

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2 administratus, cura praeditus – spravovaný, opatrovaný: Michael cerdo...interrogatus dicit plebem esse bene d-am |VisitArchid f.2r|

3 a proclivis, paratus – náchylný, způsobilý: animus eius ad studia sacre leccionis d-us |CancIohNov 94|; quos per penitenciam et confessionem reddit (sacerdos) d-os ad salutem |JanovReg V 223|; bene cognosco tanta mala ex tali studio, quod vix reperiret hominem eciam bene d-um ad bonum, quin, si in eisdem (libris) continue studuerit, ex processu temporis involvetur in heresim |HusEp 104|; ex omnibus inveniemur magis d-i naysposobileyssye |UK I G 1 f.247v|; tales homines post vesperas modicum vident et sunt d-i ad cataractam |CapPr P 1252 f.30va|; d-us zpuosobny |VocLact f.G 4vb|; al.; cf. dispositio (7a,c)

b (prae)paratus – připravený: licet protunc, quibus in solitudinem advolare posset, d-as pennas haberet |LestArn 394|; ego toto cordis ardore semper existam d-us domini nostri communis...mandatis...obedire |CancIohNov 85|; intendebam eciam scribere aliqua nova certa iamque tabellarium d-um ad iter habebam |(1452) DocUlrRos IV 338|; si vestra dominacio...fortunam et thesauros poterit acquirere et multitudinem populi eciam ad bellum bene d-um (!) habere |IohAqLoc 46*|.