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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): aether

aether aether, -is, m. script. et form.: eter v. infra; ethra (acc. pl.) |VersAdalb 316|

1 a altissima pars caeli, caelum – nejvyšší část oblohy, nebe: eter nebe |LexS p.77a|

b materia aëria sub caelo, aër – ovzduší pod oblohou, vzduch: e-r podnebie (A, podnebye B) |ClarGl 72 (Veleš f.97rb)|; in e-e, w podnebii |UK I F 38 f.136r|

+ 2 transl. (saepius in pl.): regnum caeleste, sedes Dei Christianorum – nebeské království, sídlo křesťanského Boha: qui (iusti) coniuncti e-is / promunt Alleluia |CantBoh 113|; verbum suum coeternum / ab e-is demittens in mundum / per angeli nuncium |ib. 177|; exultet claro sidere / fulgens mater ecclesia / Adalbertus in e-e / nova profudit gaudia |AnalHymn 4,66|; post cataste cruciatus / cum suis sursum est levatus / ad e-a |ib. 9,268|; al.

3 contignatio – patro, poschodí: murus...inter domos predictas a fundo usque per trabes ad primum e-r (!) seu fundum...est per medium domini Andree et per medium domini Simonis |(1403) LibCivBud I f.93v|.