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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): femur

femur femur, -oris et -inis, n. form.: femen (nom., acc. sg.; cf. Georges I 2714, 2715) v. infra

1 a pars corporis (hominis et bestiae) inter genu et coxam – stehno

b membrum virile – mužský pohlavní úd

+ latius (ad 1b): genitalia virorum vel feminarum (cf. ThLL VI/1 472,68) – mužské nebo ženské pohlavní orgány: f-r ledwye |ClarBoh 449 ( sim. ClarGl 1301, Nom f.67va, Veleš f.98rb)|; f-r lono |KNM XIII D 11 f.321ra in mg. (KNM XIII C 17 f.274ra)|; f-r bedro |LexClemA 290|; huncque infrunitum f-i patris (vetus vers.: v bedra otcova ) ac genitricis alvo inserui |Sat I 169|; femen frawen hueff |KNM X E 1 f.193r|; f-a sunt partes viri et sunt dicta f-a, quod ea ‹parte› sexus viri discrepat a femina. Sunt autem f-a partes corporis ‹ab inguinibus› usque ad genua, ut dicit Isidorus (cf. Isid. orig. 11,1,106), Lenden, ledwy |KNM II F 4 f.117v|; f-r bedri |KNM XIV E 14 p.489|

nota: femur et femen arte distinguuntur: f-r ledwie viri, femen mulieris |CodVodn f.60vb|; f-r viri, femen mulieris |ib. f.61ra|; f-r muzske ledwyny, femen ssienske liedwy |LexS p.79b|

2 nom. propr. viri – mužské vlastní jméno: Ianconi F-i...cesserunt...decem sexagene grossorum |(1418) ArchPr 992 f.8v|.