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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): committo

committo committo, -ere, -misi, -missum script. et form.: comi- (cf. ThLL II 1901,71) v. infra; conmi- (cf. ThLL ib. 72) |(1192) CodDiplBoh I 306|; comitere |IohMarign 549a|; -ictimus (err. ed.) |(1366) MonVat III 484|; -iccenda (err. ed.) |(1299) RegDipl II 786|; -ssimus |(1454) EpCapistr II 42|; -itere |(1360) RegDipl VII 276|; -eretur (= -eret) |UK III G 15 f.16v|

1 a coniungere, conectere – spojovat, svazovat

b incipere, initium facere, incitare, efficere – počínat, začínat, dát podnět, způsobit

c peccare – dopouštět se něčeho špatného, páchat: peccatorum comissorum, id est dopustylych |KNM XIV E 5 f.94v|

d concredere, tradere, dare, permittere – svěřit, odevzdat, přenechat, dát: pater...c-sit (vetus vers.: poručil )...tuicionem mei...Ludovico |KarVita 342a|; c-ere porucžiti |LexClemB f.9va|; comitto poruczyem |UK IX E 1 f.222r|; c-o...porucžiti |VocLact f.aa 2rb|

+ constr.: (ad 1c): c. praep. super c. acc.: multa et maxima damna super dominum regem c-untur |FormPal II 146| (ad 1d): c. praep. ad : ad veniam piissimo domino...me comitto |HusEp 205|; quod Nicolaus H. non rite et iuste faceret circa ea, que ad fideles manus sunt sibi c-issa |StatUniv 55|; al. c. praep. super c. abl.: vestrum cuilibet super ulteriori expedicione prefati negocii...c-imus...vices nostras |(1363) RegDipl VII 896|; Ian P. super hiis, de quibus Nicolaum...inculpabat, conmisit se eidem Nicolao |(1380) LibLun II f.2r|; coram...communibus, quibus super hoc pro suscipienda racione a prefatis officialibus c-simus...fecerunt (Pessik et Iohannes) racionem |(1439) TopTgApp 52a|; al. iunct.(ad 1d): committere alqm ad artificium tradere (iuvenem) alci discendi causa – dát (chlapce) do učení: Nicolaus Colonus conmisit genero Lewtlinisse filium suum ad artificium pannificum |(1385) LibIudIgl II f.63ra|

spec. iur.: committi promissionem (alqd promissi) stipulare – přislíbit, zavázat se: conmitti aliquid promissi, quando de conmuni consensu intervenit promissio, ut ex ea aliquid peti possit |CapPr P 1209 f.19r|; promissionem conmitti dicitur, quando in eam causam pervenit, quod aliquid peti potest...c-itur stipulacio, que est alicuius rei facte vel faciende promissio |ib.| committere causam causam suam agendam alci mandare – svěřit někomu zastupování ve sporu: Sczepan et filius Palconis causam inter eos vertentem conmiserunt potenter Nicolao |(1380) LibLun II f.2r|; uxor Pywczonis c-sit omnem causam sue opinionis et accionis cuiuscunque rei eidem Pywczoni..., vulgariter poruczyla gemu swe prawo |(1397) LibIudJič 274|; Iohanko D. ...c-sit hanc causam Iohanni de N. super lucro et dampno |(1400) TabCur VII 45|; Alexander papa c-issam primam causam ad se revocavit |ChronUniv 570b|; al.

2 mandare, imperare – nařídit, přikázat: cui decano ego...c-isi, ut...argillatorem cum muliere...copularet |VisitArchid f.1r|; in eadem congregacione c-issum fuit quatuor magistris, quod ipsi continuarent laborem |StatUniv 22|

3 mittere – posílat: de claustro Waltsaxen conventum fratrum sibi impetravit c-itti. Cuius peticioni...abbas...acclinatus, conventum fratrum in Bohemiam direxit |(1142-1148) CodDipl Boh I 156|

4 coire (cf. ThLL III 1903,60) – souložit: si Iudeus conmiserit cum Cristiana..., id est coniacuerit Cristiane |BriccLib f.152rb|.