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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): Esdras

Esdras Esdras, -ae, acc. -am, m. script. et form.: f., essdra v. infra; hesdra |CapPr P 1258 f.90rb|; -ra |CodVodn f.81v| nom. propr. prophetae Iudaeorum – jméno židovského proroka, Esdráš

+ appell.: genus quoddam medicamenti compositi dolorem sim. mitigantis vel animum excitantis (cf. DfG 210b: Esdrita..., i(d est) canapum) – jakýsi složený lék s utišujícím nebo povzbuzujícím účinkem, druh opiátu: contra tussim callidam et siccam essdra |KNM XII E 2 f.194vb|; e-ra dicitur, quia E-ra propheta eam invenit...et valet proprie melancolicis, timidis et quibus est malus appetitus |UK XI C 2 f.276v|; e-ra valet ad nimiam frigiditatem cerebri |UK V B 22 f.15rb|; datur ergo contra artheticam frigidam cum reumate vel sine reumate fortis opiata, e-s vel tiriaca vel metridatum vel opopira |CapPr P 1360 f.139v|; hec opiata, que dicitur e-ra, ...datur...contra frigidas causas |UK VIII E 9 f.349v|; e-ra magna proprie datur...quibus irracionabilis est appetitus..., valet ad aurium dolorem et putredinem |UK IV C 2 f.14va|; saepe.