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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): concutio

concutio concutio (-ci), -ere, -cussi, -cussum

1 a vehementer quassare – otřásat, potřásat

b transl.: animum movere, terrere – otřást (na mysli), rozrušit, poděsit

+ 2 contundere, diffindere – drtit, štípat: metalli vero separatores dicuntur, qui metallum c-iendo (vetus vers.: ztlukúce ) in partes minutas separant sive enucleant bonum a malo |IusRegMont 316|; c-entibus ligna a<d> rumpendam bombardam |(1460) LibRatLun f.180v|; recipe lateres et c-e in partes |CapPr P 1252 f.20vb|; al. part. pf. concussus 3.

1 grandine excussus (de frumento) – potlučený (o obilí): dum pre valida grandinum descensione omnes fruges c-e viderentur |VitaIenst 467|

2 agitatus (de albo ovi) – ušlehaný (o bílku): misce cum claro ovi c-o illos pulveres |CapPr P 1252 f.15ra|.