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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): frigus

frigus frigus, -oris, n.

1 a frigidum, frigor, algor – chlad, zima, mráz: studen f-s |ClarGl 178|; f-s...kelde, zyma |KNM II F 4 f.127v|; f-s...dicitur gelu, zyma |VocLact f.I 8va|

b hiems – zimní období, zima

c loca frigida, regio frigida – studená místa, chladná krajina

d febris frigida – zimnice

e languor, torpor, inertia – zemdlenost, ochablost, netečnost

f admissio hospitis aut petentis dura, aspera, inclemens, austera – chladné přijetí, nepřízeň

+ iunct. (ad 1a): c. verbis var.: carceri mancipatur, fame, siti, f-e...cruciatur (cf. ThLL VI/1 1337,55) |VitaHrozn 380|; charius f-s sustinuit (cf. ThLL ib. 22), antequam tali condicione pelliceum susciperet |VitaMil 422|; interdum se...tantis f-ibus afficiebat (cf. ThLL ib. 54) |VitaIenst 449|

2 natura frigida (ad complexionem melancholicam phlegmaticamque spectat) – studená přirozenost (týká se melancholické a flegmatické letory): cor calidum, siccum melius quam f-e ruptum |ClarCompl 168|; f-is albedo signum |ib. 477|; frigidi complexione, ut flegmatici et melancolici, sunt minus fleobotomandi quam sanguinei et colerici, quia per fleobotomiam f-s eorum augeretur |CristPrachSang f.204r|; al.