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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): hinnulus

hinnulus 1. hinnulus, -i, m. script et form.: hynn- |InOmG f.56r|; hinu-, hynu- v. infra; inu- (cf. ThLL VII/2 243,24) |UK X E 13 f.133vb| pullus cervi vel capreolus – jelínek nebo srneček, kolouch: hynulus (cod., h(i)nulus ed.) srn |VocA II 55|; hinulus mlady gelen, lanie |LexClemB f.52va|; hinulus gelenek |LexS p.82bis b|; similis est dilectus meus capree hinuloque cervorum (gl.: srnkowi; cf. Vulg. cant. 2,9) |HusSanct 64|; h-us,-li dicitur filius cervorum srnek |VocLact f.nn 8ra|

+ symbolice: imago pulli cervi vel capreoli in tela ornata – obraz jelínka či koloucha na ozdobné látce: c(apa) nigri coloris...habens canes aureos sedentes in hinulis aureis inter sepes aureos |(1397) InventViti LVII|; Jan B. exhibuit stamen nigrum sericeum cum aureis hinulis |(1402) ArchPr 998 f.33r|; ornatus rubeus et viridis cum hinulis, cum toto apparatu |(1496) InventViti XCII|; al.

nota comparationem hinnuli cum Christo (cf. Vulg. ib.): sponsus ecclesie Cristus conparatur capree et hinulo in saltu et transsaltu, 2o in visu acuto, quia nisi acute caprea et hinulus videret, in currendo discernere non posset, ...quos transilire deberet |HusSanct 64|; hinulo eciam conparatur (Cristus), qui cum in forma Dei esset, factus est parvulus, qui natus est nobis |ib.|.