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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): beatitudo

beatitudo beatitudo, -inis, f.

1 status beati, felicitas – blaženost

+ 2 spec. ap. Christianos (cf. ThLL II 1794,60): status beati post mortem, felicitas aeterna – věčná blaženost: in eterne b-is coronari gloria |VincAnn 407|; quando suscitavit mortuos et viderunt b-em slawnost |KNM XIV E 5 f.7v|; in b-em eternam populum inducentes |HilTract f.b 5r|; al.

3 virtus Christiana (etiam in pl.) – křesťanská ctnost, blahoslavenství: felicitas sczastenstwie, b-o sit blahoslawenstwie |ClarVoc 389|; blahoslavnost b-o |ClarGl 1411|; ecce, habemus quatuor virtutes morales, que eciam vocantur b-es |HusSerm 185|; b-o blahoslawenstwy |LexS p.67a|

4 honoris titulus in allocutione personarum spiritalium, imprimis summi pontificis (cf. ThLL II 1796,16) – titulatura duchovních osob, zejména papeže, Svatost: necessarium duxi suggerere b-i tue, apostolice pater |VitaConst 98|; ore sue b-is dicentis |VitaHrozn 371|; presentem...litteram...sigillo meo munitam vestre b-i transmitto |(1376) DocWenc I 29|; vestram b-em humiliter invocamus |(1410) ScriptHus II 189|; tabula peticionum ad personas summi status spiritualis...: sanctitati, b-i, clemencie...vestre tenore presencium duxi humiliter supplicandum |UK I G 12 f.110v|; valeat b-o tua clementissima ad vota celorum |(1452) DocUlrRos IV 331|; saepe.