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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): captivitas

captivitas captivitas, -atis, f. form.: cappit- |(1415) ArchPr 2078 f.184r|

1 a captio, comprehensio – jetí, zajetí: usque ad (equorum) c-em (gl.: az do geti ) |UK III B 16 f.147va|

b status captivi, servitus – věznění, poroba: causa...c-is (vetus vers.: vězenie ) |IusRegMont 426|; c-s viezenie |ClarGl 2299 ( sim. VocLact f.D 6vb)|

+ iunct. (ad 1b): data est enim (pagus) in direpcionem et c-em (cf. Vulg. num. 21,29) |Christ 91|; quam (familiam)...tenuerunt (Veneti) in c-e (vetus vers.: u vězení ) |KarVita 353a|

2 spec. iur.: servitus debitoris – vazba pro dlužníka nebo pro dluhy: tunc prefati consules cum iudice eosdem (cives) tenentur impignorare, si vero vadum (= vadium adnot. ed.) deest, extunc incipare (incipere ed.) et tamdiu in c-e tenere, quousque prefatum censum iidem plene non persolverint |(1400) CodIurMun IV/1 252|; Nicolaus C. tenetur Iano carnifici II sexagenas V grossos, que promisit solvere Martini in proximo, quod si non fecerit, extunc libero ex arbitrio se sumisit se velle ad c-em seu cippum duorum intrare et inde non exire, nisi prius solverit debitum |(1450) LibIudIgl III f.231bis ra|; al.

3 carcer – vězení: pro V metretis cimenti ad reformacionem c-is...5 gr. |(1409) FontM 157|; super edificio civitatis et c-e in pretorio 12 s(exagenas) |(1427) ib. 197|; al.