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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): expulsio

expulsio expulsio, -onis, f.

1 eiectio, exactio, etiam transl. (morbi) – zahnání, zapuzení, též přeneseně (nemoci)

+ 2 actus excernendi (humores corporis) – vyměšování, vylučování: imaginibus Cristi...tantam exhibebat reverenciam, ut propter naturales e-es et corporales necessitates ibi iacere formidaret, ubi crux...habebatur |VitaIenst 464|

spec. medic.: ante digestionem et e-em superfluitatum, egestionis et urine |AlbicRec f.10r|; e-o spermatis secundum medicos non laudatur, nisi que fit in sompnis |ib. f.10v|; quando in principio cuiuslibet morbi fit vomitus, secessus vel sudor, est signum mortis...Modo e-o naturalis nunquam fit in principio morbi, ergo est malum signum |CapPr P 1252 f.6vb|; al.

3 campanarum pulsatio – vyzvánění: campanatoribus predictarum ecclesiarum de e-e VI grossos |(1408) ArchZnoym II 238/2 f.66v|.