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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): dulcis

dulcis dulcis 2. form.: dulci (gen. sg. n.) |UK VIII C 8 f.71rb|

1 a γλυκύς , dulcis saporis, suavis – sladký, sladké chuti, chutný

b amoenus, iucundus, gratus, amabilis – půvabný, příjemný, milý, líbezný

c amicus, comis, amans – přátelský, laskavý, něžný

+ spec.: (ad 1a): medic.: de phlegmate – o slizu: fleumatis innaturalis 4 sunt species, scilicet acetosum, salsum, dulce et vitreum |CapPr P 1366 f.3r|; al.ib. (ad 1b): mus.: de sono – o tónu: tonorum proprietates sic describuntur: primus tonus est realis, ...quintus superbus, sextus d-is, septimus excellens |UK XI E 9 f.229r| (ad 1c):

a in allocutione et in titulo – v oslovení a v titulu: α variorum hominum – různých osob: sequuntur amici, in quocunque gradu sunt: ...socrus – d-es |UK I E 40 f.7r|; sequitur status mulierum favorabiliter electus: ...nutrix – delectabilis, d-issima |UK I E 40 f.8v| β Christi, Mariae Virginis (semper superl.) – Krista, Panny Marie: ille siciens pro d-issimo Iesu fundere d-em vitam |VitaHrozn 381|; dicit ei (Marie)...Iohannes...: O d-issima domina |ColdaMil f.11v|; in die visitacionis...d-issime virginis Marie |LestArn 466|; al.

2 spec. alchym.: mollis, qui cudi potest – měkký, tvárný, kujný: pulveriza spumam ferri et cementa et funde et erit d-e et optimum argentum |UK X H 6 f.131r|; proice unciam I de serapini supra sex uncias de corpore fuso frangibili et erit malleabile et d-e ut cera |ib. f.134r|

3 nom. propr. loci: Dulcis mons (Dulcismons) collis prope Znoymam situs – Süssbergen, vrch u Znojma (cf. |RegHerZnoym 6, adnot. 6|): in D-i monte iugerum vinee facit 3 1/2 mar(cas) |(1363) RegHerZnoym 6|; 1 iuger in D-imonte VII fertones |(1491) ArchZnoym II 94 f.44r|; al. subst. dulce, -is, n. potus dulcis saporis, spec. vinum dulce – sladký nápoj, zvláště sladké víno

+ iunct.: dulce amarum Paeonia L. – pivoňka: pionia, d-e amarum, id est schichworcz |KNM IV E 5 f.136v|.