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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): clamor

clamor clamor, -oris, m.

1 clamatio, vociferatio – hlasité volání, pokřik, křik: volanye c-r |ClarGl 1355 (Nom f.67va)|; c-r oskrzyczeny |KNM XII E 8 f.229rb|; c-r oskrzekanye |UK I B 12 f.154va|; c-r geschrey, wolanye |KNM II F 4 f.64v|; c-r okrziekanye |KNM XIV E 14 p.502|; c-r...krzik |VocLact f.E 5rb|

+ spec. iur.:

a vociferatio in periculo versantis, germ. wâfengeschrei (cf. M. Lexer, Mittelhochdeutsches Handwörterbuch III, Leipzig 1878,631) – volání o pomoc: hospes, uxor et scriptor...super dictos balneatores tamquam...spoliatores...c-em terrificum, qui „waffengeschrai“ dicitur, flebiliter protulerunt |SentBrun 184|

b clamor communis vociferatio hortans ad maleficum persequendum – pobídka k pronásledování zločince (cf. Brandl 173): ad c-em communem, qui nestoyte vulgariter nominatur, nullus currere teneatur, nisi de propria voluntate hoc facere voluerit |(1229) CodDiplBoh II 331|; al.

2 vox – hlas: laudantes c-e valido Te Deum laudamus |ChronUniv 571b|.