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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): contentus

contentus 1. contentus 3.

1 satis habens, satiatus – spokojený

+ constr.: c. gen. personae: puella casta...tamen unius viri non erit c-a |CapPr P 346 f.136r| c. dat. (cf. ThLL IV 680,9): quod divisioni inter ipsos fiende per ipsum d. Wenceslaum sint grati et c-i |(1363) RegDipl VII 905| c. praep. de (cf. ThLL ib. 15): utrum ipse c-us esset de ereccione...hospitalis |(1344) CodIurMun II 278|; magis c-i sumus de ipso quam de ceteris |CancIohNov 103|; de quibus (sexagenis) bene et omnino stetit c-a (Margaretha) |(1414) LibCivLms p.99|; de qua (porcione) stat c-a (Iohanna) |(1455) LibLun VII f.74v|; saepe c. praep. in c. abl.: in lignis sufficientibus sit (villa) c-a |(1308) CodDiplMor VI 15|; quidquid ius dictaverit, volo stare in iure c-us |(1390) LibVasCrems I p.127|; Katherina...stetit omnino c-a de seu in quatuor sexagenis |(1418) LibLun V f.133r|; puella...in uno viro non erit c-a |CapPr P 346 f.136r|; al. oppos. non bene, male contentus non satiatus – nespokojený: quasi non bene c-a de me (b. virgo) |LestArn 399|; de quo Thaborite sunt male c-i (vetus vers.: sou...zle přijali ) |LaurBrzezHist 478| iunct. sensu adv.: pro contento (non nisi ap. verbum ,recipere‘) sufficienter, plene – dostatečně, v plné míře: quod (dotalicium) Dorothea...recepit pro c-o |(1458) LibLun VII f.111r|; asserens se pro sua porcione ab eadem satis et pro c-o recepisse |(1476) ib. f.293r|; al. ib.

2 comprehensus (in alqa re), memoratus – obsažený, zahrnutý (v něčem), jmenovaný: dominos c-os in articulo petivit (plebanus) pro consensu |(1392) ActaIudCons III 7|; literam...sex sigilis, uno...Iohannis de W., alio civium civitatis...et aliis quatuor c-orum et descriptorum in eadem litera...sigillatam |(1401) ib. IV 18|; Cristus hic in qualibet specie c-us |HilTract f.g 3r|; al. subst. *contentum, -i et saepius pl. *contenta, -orum, n.

1 quod alicubi continetur, punctum, articulus – obsah, bod, článek: c-a in tenore litterarum...confirmamus |(1343) CodIurMun IV/1 81|; privilegium...in omnibus suis punctis, clausulis, sentenciis et c-is...approbavimus |(1395 Sept. 20) ArchBřev|; al.

2 res – podstata: ecce effectus non specierum, sed c-i |HilTract f.b 3v|; quantum ad c-um, puta Cristum |ib. f.d 1v|; al. ib.

3 medic.: sedimentum – usazenina: c-a urinarum: Nota, quod c-um dicitur illud totum, quod apparet in urina preter substanciam et colorem et illud eciam vocatur yppostasis propter illud, quod continetur grossioris substancie in fundo urinalis |UK I F 35 f.410r|.