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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): egredior

egredior egredior, -gredi, -gressus sum script.: exg- |CapPr P 1323 f.122rb|; eggressi |GerlAnn 471|

1 a exire – vycházet, vystupovat

b transl.: digredi (a proposito sim.), excedere (tempus, modum) – odchylovat se, odbočovat (od tématu apod.), překračovat (dobu, míru)

+ iunct.: ob hanc causam aliqui sic debilitati de ordine e-untur |Malogr f.g 4rb|

2 iunct. variae sensu ,decedere de vita, mori‘ (cf. ThLL V/2 284,77) – odejít ze světa, zemřít: Mileysi Deo devota famula...felici consummacione huius vite studium est e-ssa |CosmCont II 257|; queso, domini et amici, michi penitenti ignoscite, morienti assistite et e-ienti hinc oracionibus subvenite |PetrZittChron 97b|; credimus, quod animabus a corporibus e-ssis locus purgatorii post hanc vitam est ordinatus (1432) MonConc 183|

3 originem ducere, oriri – pocházet, vzcházet, vznikat: presbiter...ecclesie...unus ex hiis, a quibus e-ssa est iniquitas a Babilone (cf. Vulg. Dan. 13,5) |Christ 114|; a senioribus et nobilioribus Boemie plurimis...e-ssa est iniquitas |VincAnn 410|; ex quo aliud malum universitati sancte ecclesie e-itur |JanovReg II 275|; ubi ignis e-ssus plateam...cum parte civitatis...concremavit |VitaIenst 468|.