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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): favus

favus favus, -i, m. script.: -w- v. infra

1 a loculus ad mel condendum, „quem fingunt apes multicavatum e cera, cum singula cava sena latera habeant“ (Varro rust. 3,16,24) – plást medu: plast f-us |ClarGl 2184 (LexS p.79a)|; illi obtulerunt ei...f-um mellis (gl.: plast strdy ) |UK I F 37 f.124r|; f-us, -vi mel est in cera...plastwa |VocLact f.I 2vb|

b lapis sexangulus (in pavimento) – šestihranný kámen (v dláždění)

+ in imag.: de Maria Virgine – o P. Marii: vitis vera tu fructifera, / ... / sapidissimi f-us dulcoris |CantBoh 173|

2 medic.:

a i. q. achora – mokvavý lišej na vlasaté části hlavy: fawus est passio capitis, in qua sicud mel de fawo, ita sanies et putredo de pustulis capitis eliquatur |CapPr P 1577 f.137r|; de f-o est sciendum, quod est humiditas spissa sub cute capitis ad modum mellis, non tamen facit pustulam nec tumorem, sed cutem reddit molem |CapPr P 1512 f.264r|; achora est morbus capitis circa cutem habens foramina minuta ad modum...f-i, unde eciam f-us dicitur a quibusdam medicis |UK VIII H 34 f.127vb|

b morbus palpebrarum – onemocnění očních víček: contra oculum ipsum fiunt iste egritudines: obtalmia, tumor, duricies..., pediculi, f-us, formica, glans |CapPr P 1518 f.147v|; f-us autem est ‹ex› acutis humoribus, ex alopicia estque cum curvitate palpebrarum aut duricie, rubore ac earum dolore |ib. f.148v ( sim. UK I F 11 f.30r)|.