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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): germen

germen germen, -inis, n.

a gemma, oculus, caulis, surculus, propago (etiam in imag.) – pupen, poupě, stonek, odnož, výhonek (též obrazně): recipe g-a rose pupencze |CodVodn f.84v|; g-n wystrželenie |LexClemB f.51ra|; g-a zplodcze |Veleš f.99vb|; g-n est surculus pregnans vel inicium floris kdyz sie drzewo puka |InOmG f.55v|; g-n plodu wypuczieny |LexS p.82a|; ostenditur..., cum quo plantavit eam (vineam), quia optimo g-e, id est kmenem, et radice |UK III H f.191v|; g-n, -inis, id est surculus pregnans, rubijk wypucženy, pupenecz, wyražka |VocLact f.K 4rb|

b fructus – plod: g-n plod |VocA II 7|

c posteri, posteritas, suboles, progenies – potomek, potomstvo, rod, plémě: plemiye (A ap. Fšh, plennye A, plemye B) g-n |ClarGl 737|; defecit g-n iusticie (vetus vers.: plémě spravedlnosti ) |Sat I 170|; g-n plemye |Veleš f.100ra ( sim. CodVodn f.61va)|; unius...g-is parens (vetus vers.: gedineho plodu...rodicžka ) |KNM II E 9 f.12r|

+ spec. (ad a): sarmentum vitis, quod in terram mergitur, mergus – vinná ratolest zapuštěná do země: gramen diureticum, g-n, nergus (= mergus) quecke (quae gl. autem ad Elytrigiam Desv. pertinet) |UK VIII H 34 f.96va|.