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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): diabolus

diabolus diabolus, -i, m. script. et form.: dya- |(1185) CodDiplBoh I 279|; dyia-, dyabul- v. infra; zabul- (cf. ThLL V/1 940,71) |Christ 108|; -bul- (cf. ThLL ib. 65) |KNM XII E 3 f.85ra|; dyabolli (gen. sg.) |UK X E 14 f.17v|; zabultus v. infra

1 daemon malus – ďábel, čert: dya-us dyabel |ClarBoh 23 (ClarGl 2358, VocC 295, Nom f.62va, ubi: dyabulus)|; instinctu d-i (vetus vers.: jako diabel ) |PulkChron 80a|; zabultus cžrt |LexClemB f.91rb|; d-us...cžert |VocLact f.G 2vb|

+ nota etymologiam (falsam): dya-us...a dya, quod est duo, et bolus morsus, quia dupliciter mordet hominem, in corpore et anima |KNM XII F 2 f.13r|; d-us dicitur quasi duorum morsus, scilicet corporis et anime |VocLact f.G 2vb| locutiones bibl. (cf. ThLL V/1 941,14,23,28): occurrit de latibulo filius dya-i (cf. Vulg. III reg. 21,13) |IohMarign 548b|; custodiens (homo) eum (thesaurum), ne d-us (vetus vers.: ďábel ), ...qui, ut Petrus ait (cf. Vulg. I Petr. 5,8), circuit querens, quem devoret, ipsum aufferat |KarVita 356a|; si forte resipiscant a laqueis dya-i (cf. Vulg. I Tim. 3,7) |WencDoct 207b|; al. in imag. de homine pessimo (cf. ThLL V/1 942,67) – o zlém, špatném člověku: Cristus Ihesus hoc in se ipso premonstravit Iude, scito iniquo et pessimo dya-o (cf. Vulg. Ioh. 6,71) |JanovReg V 68|; dicunt (hussite) religiosos omnes esse dya-os iam natos |PetrClatConf 39*|; al.

2 a nom. propr. viri – mužské vlastní jméno: Heinlino et Henrico, qui Dya-us dicitur, civibus in Novoforo |(1346) RegDipl V 7|; Cunradus Dia-us |(1378) ArchPr 2069 f.161v|; mercipotales...sunt Wenceslaus R. et Georgius D-us |(1477) LibIudIgl V f.29vb|; al.

b nom. propr. loci: Diaboli villa villa in Moravia sita – ves na Moravě: presentibus feodalibus...istis, domino Iescone de S., Petrssiconi (!) de Dya-i villa |(1380) LibVasCrems I p.60|.