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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): flecto

flecto flecto, -ere, flexi, flexum form.: -tandus |UK VI B 22 f.151va|

1 a curvare, demittere – ohýbat, sklánět: f-ere sehnuti |LexClemB f.14rb (VocLact f.cc 1ra)|; f-ere nakloniti |LexS p.134b|

b t. t. gramm.: α derivare – odvozovat β declinare – skloňovat, časovat c mutare, spec.: lenire, mitigare – měnit, zvláště mírnit, obměkčovat: nec prece nec precio f-itur (vetus vers.: nerodi sě obměkčiti ) imperator |PulkChron 108a|; f-o, -ctis...zmieniti |VocLact f.cc 1ra|

d dirigere – řídit

e avertere – odvracet: jehož nižádný ot přiemosti nemóž...uchyliti (vetus vers.: quem nemo a recto...f-ere possit ) |MladPass 133|

+ iunct. (ad 1a): genu(a) flectere (cf. ThLL VI/1 892,65,66) in genua procumbere (imprimis de adorantibus; cf. ThLL ib. 64) – (po)kleknout (zejména při adoraci): coram ea (imagine b. Marie Virginis) genua f-ente (Arnesto) |LestArn 388|; sic genu f-entes oraverunt omnes |PetrZat 327|; f-o genua mea (gl.: kleknu na...swu kolenu ) |UK I F 31 f.139r|; al. abl. absol.: flexis genibus (cf. ThLL ib. 69): f-is genibus coram rege regie clemencie preces offert |VitaHrozn 376|; f-isque genibus, ...oravit |ib. 378|; f-is genibus Deum orabat |VitaMil 415|; al. simplex ,flectere‘ eodem sensu: audito nomine Iesu...f-entibus in officio XL dies indulgenciarum concessit |(1386) ConcPr 33|; f-entibus et orantibus ante reservatorium dominici corporis...XL dies (indulgenciarum dedit) |VitaIenst 452|; ibi (in Bohemia) f-unt eciam in luto, cum ad infirmum itur |PetrZat 321|; contra illos, qui venientes ad ecclesiam stant...et nolunt f-ere |KNM XIV E 5 f.49v|; al.

2 plectere – plést: f-o, -tis...est ex virgis aliquid compono |InOmG f.70v| part. pf. pro adi.: flexus 3. promptus, facilis, obtemperans, obsequens (cf. ThLL VI/1 898,13) – povolný, poddajný: cum abbas...eum increparet, occurrit benigna paciencia et semper f-a humiliacio |BrunAdalb 280|.