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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): contractus

contractus 1. contractus 3.

1 a constrictus, astrictus – stažený, skrčený: frigore c-um (gl.: skrczeneho ) |CapPr P 1468 f.57v|

b transl.: angustus, brevis, praeclusus – úzký, těsný, krátký, stísněný

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2 membris captus, debilis, mancus (de homine, de membris eius; cf. DuC II 537a) – ochrnutý, zmrzačený, zchromlý (o člověku, o lidských údech): episcopellum eorum pauperem, inopem, c-um |VincAnn 444|; pes valide c-us mox erectus est et sanitati integre restitutus |VitaWencUt I 64|; surdi, leprosi, c-i inibi sanantur |VitaeProc 233|; cuidam mulieri c-e, que per plures annos iacuerat in lecto |IohMarign 602b|; vir quidam manibus et pedibus c-us |BenWeitm 520b|; quod quandam puellam...verberibus compressisset nimiis et plagis, quod c-a in membris suis fuisset |(1386) LibCivBud I f.36v|; unus civis Pragensis sanatus est in manu c-a per sangwinem Cristi |HusSang 32|; manum aridam et c-am (gl.: k sobye przyhnutau ) |KNM XII E 1 f.173ra|; saepe subst. *contractus, -i, m. homo mancus, membris captus – mrzák: c-us zlamanecz |ClarGl 1196 (Veleš f.93rb)|; c-us, id est claudus, krupel |KNM II F 4 f.74r|; uxor...in via invenit quendam c-um |KNM XIII F 4 f.268r|; al.