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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): dius

dius dius 3. script.: dya (f., n. pl.) v. infra

1 a divus – božský

b transl.: caelestis, generosus, nobilis, egregius – nebeský, urozený, vznešený, skvělý

+ iunct. c. subst. (ad a,b): conservet dya nos (dyanos ed. per err.) secula per omnia doxa |ClarVoc 492|; duo sunt levia (elementa): rogus, aer, agencia dya |ClarCompl 54|; ac in leticia conponit (sanguineus) carmina dya |ib. 359|

2 a Deo oriundus, sanctus – boží, svatý: grossum denarium multi reputant quasi dium, / hunc qui conservant pluresque simul coacervant / et quasi pro sanctis venerantur eos |PetrZittChron 80b|; ipse fuit legum servacio, gloria regum, / mundi delicie, vite speculacio die |ib. 102a|; dya heilig |KNM X E 1 f.174r|; dya swate |LexClemB f.41vb|; cf. verba Luciani in cod. |KNM XIII C 16 f.52rb| : dyaloyso, -as dicitur a dya, quod est sanctus, et logus sermo, quasi...sancte loquor

spec. de Maria Virgine – o P. Marii: non hoc ex pectore segni / fecit, sed die cupiente placere Marie |PetrZittChron 78a|; o Maria, sponsa dya |KNM XIII C 12 f.150va|; eia splendor patrie, / lassis in hac via / sis lucerna venie, / interventrix dia |CantBoh 54| subst. *dia, -ae, f. i. q. regina (de Maria Virgine) – královna (o P. Marii): ave, Maria, / angelorum dia, celi rectrix |CantBoh 48|.