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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): condemno

condemno condemno 1. script.: -mpn- (cf. ThLL IV 123,70), -epn- v. infra; -dampnato (dat. sg.; cf. ThLL ib. 71) |(1347) ArchCor II 10|

1 iur.: damnare, transl.: criminari alqm, improbare alqd – uznat vinným, odsoudit, transl.: vinit, neschvalovat: c-mpnaverunt (gl.: sudili neb potupily ) |CapPr P 791 f.71v|; c-mpnare potupiti |LexClemB f.9rb|; c-epnabimur odsudy |Veleš f.92vb|; c-mpnare...tupiti |KNM XIV E 23 f.325v|

+ constr.: c. praep. in c. abl. (multam designando): falsus accusator nobis in CCCtis denariis c-mpnetur |(1222) CodDiplBoh II 211|; in una sexag. gr...habebuntur (N. vel heredes) pene nomine c-mpnari |(s. XIV) TopTgApp 10b|; al. c. praep. pro (c. abl., culpam designando; cf. ThLL IV 124,59): Arnestus archiepiscopus...statuit...plebanos, qui socios suos in hoc scelere scienter tollerant, tamquam pro crimine proprio c-mpnandos |HusExp 27|

2 eccl.: detestari, anathematizare (cf. ThLL IV 125,83) – zavrhnout, zatratit, dát do klatby: vocat ergo Dominus ad penitenciam peccatores, quos optat magis salvare, quam cum diabolo c-mpnare |HomilOpat II 574|; invasores bonorum ecclesiasticorum constat a Patre et Filio et Spiritu sancto c-mpnatos esse |CancArn 441|; de illis articulis Wyklef XLV c-mpnatis |AndrBrDupl 344|; c-mpnabitur (gl.: zatraczen bude ) |KNM XII D 11 f.135ra|; saepiss.