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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): clamo

clamo 1. clamo 1.

1 a intrans.: vociferari, clare vocare – hlasitě volat, křičet: c-avit (gl.: zwola ) |UK V E 19 f.18r|; c-ans (gl.: zawolaw ) |ib. f.57r|; c-are ruffen, wolaty |KNM II F 4 f.64r|; c-abis (gl.: powolas ) et dicet (Vulg. Is. 58,9) |CapPr P 791 f.6v|; c-o...wolati |VocLact f.aa 1ra|

b trans.: arcessere, vocare, nominare – přivolávat, volat, jmenovat někoho

+ constr. (ad 1a): c. praep. contra (cf. ThLL III 1251,38): femina (stuprata) debet...alta voce conqueri et c-are contra...oppressorem |AČ 3,158| c. praep. super c. acc. (cf. ThLL ib. 48): quod aquila...sua voce c-abat super Saxones |CosmCont I 203|; o rex Alberte, c-at gens tota super te |PetrZittChron 90b|; continue in sermone c-ant super eos, qui hec omnia non advertunt |VisitArchid f.20r|; al.

2 invocare (cf. ThLL III 1253,32) – vzývat: te c-ant, amant iugiter agmina sanctorum |CantBoh 56| c. praep. in c. acc.: perpetua virgo, sic in se c-ancium ad Deum portat hominum vota |BrunAdalb 267|

3 edicere, pronuntiare – prohlašovat, vypovídat: nam omnem logicum realem necesse est dare specialissimam quiditatem omnium hominum, uti c-at concors sentencia antiquorum |HieronPrPos 257|; hoc enim c-at sentencia sanctorum doctorum |PalAntih 69|.