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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): decoquo

decoquo decoquo, -ere, -coxi, -coctum script. et form.: dequoqui (inf. pass.; cf. Georges I 1927) |UK V A 7 f.18ra|; -cocqu- |UK IV G 9 f.6r|; -quare |CapPr P 1636 f.289ra|

1 a percoquere, bene coquere, transl.: ad maturitatem perducere – uvařit, transl.: učinit zralým

b coquendo minuere – vařením zmenšit objem

c transl.: dissipare (bona) – promarnit (majetek)

d digerere – trávit, zažívat

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2 c. praep. cum : i. q. coquere – vařit: aqua fluminis Wltavie fuit effecta viridis coloris, sic quod homines non audebant d-ere cum aqua fluminis Wltavie, sed cum aqua foncium |ScriptHus I 8| part. pf. pro adi. decoctus maturus (cf. ThLL V/1 205,65) – zralý: cum antiquorum matura et d-a prudencia gesta temporum suorum consueverit scriptis mandare |(1231) CodDiplBoh III 13|.