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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): baptismus

baptismus baptismus, -i, m. et baptismum, -i, n. script. et form.: babt- |LaurMonWenc 171|; -ss- |CapPr P 566 f.96v|; -izm- |OffTab 270|; -mium (acc. sg.) |(1392) ActaIudCons III 10|; babtizmus |KNM XII E 3 f.7ra|

1 ritus, quo religio Christiana suscipitur – ob řad přijetí křesťanského náboženství, křest: sit krzest b-us |ClarGl 2447|

+ 2 transl.:

a de efficientia Spiritus sancti – o p ůsobení Ducha svatého: b-us spiritualis in quibus consistit |Malogr f.a 6rb|; gracia Dei data est homini post b-um et maxime in penitencia, que extat b-us spiritualis |ib. f.b 4ra|; ut omnis tribulacio, que contingit cristianis secundum carnem, sit b-izmus ignis (cf. Vulg. Matth. 3,11) |FridSternb 135|; b-um purgacio per confessionem...baptisma per ‹a›quam ‹purgacio›, b-us ad utrumque pertinet |LexClemB f.32rb|

b de martyrio – o mu čednictví: sicut plus prodest b-us sanguinis et flaminis, quam sanguinis tantum, sic plus manducacio spiritualis, quando coniuncta est sacramentali |JanovReg II 110|; b-us sanguinis in martiribus |HilTract f.k 7r|.