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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): humanitas

humanitas humanitas, -atis, f. script.: -tt- |CapPr P 1410 f.164r|

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a natura humana – lidská podstata, lidství, člověčenství: h-s czlovieczstvie |ClarGl 1500|; h-s czloweczestwye |Voc A I 58|; apparuit benignitas ac h-s (gl.: czlowyeczenstwye ) Dei nostri (cf. Vulg. Tit. 3,4) |HusBethl II 180|; h-s czlowieczenstwie |Veleš f.100 rb|; h-s abstractum cžlowecženstwije |VocLact f.L 3rb|

b commoditas, benignitas, clementia – dobrota, laskavost, přívětivost: h-s (gl.: przywyetywost ) |KNM XII F 12 f.40v|; h-s...est proprietas, qua quis dicitur homo wlidnost, krotkost, milostiwost |VocLact f.L 3rb|

c ingenium cultum, cultus, eruditio, urbanitas – vyšší vzdělání, úroveň vzdělanosti, duchaplnost

d elegantia, iudicium subtile – vytříbený cit, jemný vkus, jemnost, takt, elegance

+ spec. (ad 1a):

a de humana natura Christi (cf. ThLL VI/3 3075,65) – o lidství Kristově: sicud est precipue Cristi h-s |HusExp 6|; in quibus verbis vult beatus Gregorius, quod Thomas vidit corporali oculo h-em, sed fide credidit divinitatem, quam corporali oculo tunc non vidit |HusCorp 18|; apparuit benignitas et h-s (gl.: tielesnost ) Salvatoris |UK XII F 8 f.163r|; quia salvavit (Ihesus) totum mundum, ...et dignatus est h-em assumere (gl.: przygyety czlowyecztwye ) |KNM XIV E 5 f.47r|; al.

b philos.: substantia hominis (cf. ThLL ib. 3076,48) – lidská podstata, lidskost: et posuit dextram suam, id est auxilium suum, spiritum confortantem super me, id est super vires h-is |WencDoct 12a|; verumtamen, quia unus homo habet aliud corpus numerale quam alius et aliam animam quam alius..., homines habent alias et alias h-es quo ad formam et nedum quo ad subiectum singulares |StanDeUniv 51|; primum (sc. animalitas) cum sit sicud materiale et sicud substratum, cum superadditur racionalitas sicut forma superstans, et ex hiis resultet h-s sicud per se stans |ib. 60|; h-s proprie et simpliciter est species hominis et animalitas eius genus |ib. 71|; cum autem in essencia propria hominis genus animalitas sit sicut materia, racionalitas sicud forma et h-s sicud completa tota natura in eadem essencia |ib. 74|; forma substancialis est forma, qua substancia est substancialiter id, quod est. Ex isto sequitur, quod omne designatum per abstractum terminum alicuius substancie est forma substancialis, ut h-s, equeitas, igneitas, lapiditas, asinitas...Patet, cum quodlibet illorum dat esse quid, cuius est forma; homo enim est quid completum per h-em, cum homo essencialiter ab h-e sit homo, ignis ab igneitate ignis |HusMatPr 76|; al.

c in appellatione honorifica – v titulatuře: preces tamen adhuc humiles impendimus h-ibus vestris, quatinus in stubam facultatis vos conferre velitis |UK I F 8 f.301r|

2 i. q. feudum (q. v.) – právní poměr mezi lenním pánem a leníkem, vazalem, manství: Petrus de D. ...generoso clienti Iohanni de O. ...promisit h-em alias czlowieczenstwie (cf. GbSS I 182b, 183b) |(1439) LibContrRok f.52r|; cui domino iuramento prestito voverunt fidelitatem et obedienciam, non h-em, tota cum communitate consules |(1457) LibCivBrod 23|.