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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): damnatio

damnatio damnatio (-mpn-, -ci-), -onis, f.

1 condemnatio – odsouzení

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2 eccl. (plerumque c. adi. ,aeterna‘, ,perpetua‘, ,sempiterna‘): poena aeterna (cf. ThLL V/1 11,9) – zatracení: omnes, quicumque hoc factum violare...presumpserint, ...perpetue dampn-i et excommunicacioni subditos...significamus (rex) |(1159) CodDiplBoh I 192|; quod (sc. donationem cassare) si quis attemptaverit, ...sententiam ęternę dampn-is excipiat |(1218) ib. II 144|; ne...dampn-is eterne absorbeat nos profundum |VitaAgn 134|; is papa...symoniacos...dampn-e premiat sempiterna |HusSerm 111|; Cristus...a dampn-e perpetua (vetus vers.: od zatracenie věčného ) electos...Dei filios volens redimere |HusEp 129|; dampn-em sue anime incurreret (plebanus) et mitteretur in tenebras exteriores |(1427) FontM 68|; minister...malus...in sui dampn-em exercet ministerium Iesu Cristi |PalAntih 16|; eternam dampn-em effugere non valebis |EpCapistr I 739|; saepiss.

3 disturbatio, excidium – zpustošení, zkáza: cuius civitatis perdicio fiet tocius districtus circumiacentis dampn-o et ruina |(1422) DocUst 93|

4 opprobrium, vituperatio – pohana, potupa: dampn-o tupenye |ClarGl 1478|.