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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): contagium

contagium contagium, -i, n.

1 a contactus, vis – styk, vliv

b contagio, vis noxia – nákaza, špatný vliv

+ iunct. (ad 1b): qui...melancolie obvolutus c-o se hilarem ceteris non ostendit |PetrZittChron 35b|; per vatum presagia / mundi (cf. ThLL IV 628,1,7) luit c-a |CantBoh 104|

2 pestilentia – nakažlivá nemoc, mor: c-um est morbus pestilencialis |UK VI C 28 f.104va|; c-um pestilencia iguinaria (!) |LexClemB f.39ra|; c-um przestupny neduh |LexS p.70b|; c-um...przestupny neduh, sselma, nakaženije jakžto malomocenstwije |VocLact f.F 2vb|

spec. de morbo contagioso porcorum vel ovium – o nakažlivé nemoci prasat nebo ovcí: c-um, id est labes...vel eciam morbus porcorum vel ovium, qui de facili inficit totum gregem |KNM II F 4 f.73r ( sim. VocLact f.F 2vb)|

3 macula, labes – skvrna, poskvrna: c-um posskwrnenye |VocC 656|; c-um, id est labes vel macula |KNM II F 4 f.73r| transl.: de peccato (cf. ThLL IV 628,10): c-um...sepe ponitur pro peccato |KNM II F 4 f.73r|

4 cibus quidam – nějaký pokrm: c-um zamut |ClarGl 1827 in capite de ferculis (VocC 542, sim. Veleš f.93rb, LexS p.71a)|.