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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): effusio

effusio effusio, -onis, f. script. et form.: -ss- |UK VIII C 8 f.135va|; -ucio |(1363) MonVat III 90|

1 a fusio, emissio – vylévání, prolévání

b transl.: α nimia largitio, perversa liberalitas – přílišná štědrost, marnotratnost β effusa licentia, animus immoderatus – nevázanost

+ iunct. (ad 1a): (usque) ad effusionem sanguinis (cf. ThLL V/2 228,79) usque ad sanguinem, transl.: pertinaciter – do krve, přeneseně: neústupně: discordiarumque inter eos spine pullulaverunt ad sanguinis usque e-em |Christ 104|; ipsum...vulneravit ad sanguinis e-em |CapPr P 1145 f.60v|; fidelis permansit usque ad e-em sanguinis |WencDoct 17a| effusio lacrimarum eccl.: actus lacrimandi, signum paenitentiae – prolévání slz, znamení lítosti: lacrimarum gracia sive e-o unde proveniat penitentibus |Malogr f.b 5vb|; compunccio sive lacrimarum e-o procedit ex Spiritu sancto |ib. f.i 6rb|

2 fluxus lacrimarum – slzení: cephalica debet incidi...ante oculorum e-em vel continuum capitis dolorem |UK I E 40 f.156v|

3 partus – rození: e-o rozmnozenie (cf. Vulg. gen. 38,27) |KNM XIII C 17 f.275vb|

4 dissipatio, diffugium – rozptýlení, rozprchnutí: dispersi...ad diversa loca secessimus...non defuit, quin e-o principalium membrorum ecclesie...statum eius...confunderent (!) |PetrZittChron 215b|

5 proclivitas, animus protensus – sklon, náchylnost: quartum scelus ypocritarum est e-o ipsorum ad carnalia |JanovReg I 191|.