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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): diaconus

diaconus diaconus (dya-), -i et diacon (dya-), -onis, m.

1 minister, qui munus et officium tenet presbytero proximum – jáhen: dya-us yahen |ClarBoh 393|; yahen d-us |ClarGl 1020 (Veleš f.95va)|; d-es...yahnowee |VocLact f.G 2vb|

+ distinguitur: diaconus cardinalis cardinalis (q. v.) infimus – kardinál jáhen, nejnižší stupeň kardinálské hodnosti: G(uidonem), d-um cardinalem...ad partes illas...destinamus |(1142) CodDiplBoh I 135|; per...E., sanctorum Cosme et Damiani d-um cardinalem |(1233) ib. III 41|; coram...Luca de Flisco, sancte Marie in Via lata d-o cardinali |PetrZittChron 193b|; per Petrum, sancti Angeli Romane ecclesie dya-um cardinalem |HusEp 131|; Iohannes...s. Angeli sacrosancte Romane ecclesie dya-us cardinalis |(1448) DocUlrRos III 352|; saepe

2 in imag.:

a medic.: diaconus epatis ,minister hepatis‘, i. e. splen – slezina: ibi (in stomacho) segregatur purum ab impuro. Purum transit ad dya-um epatis |CapPr P 1252 f.106vb|

b alchym.: diacon elementorum ,minister elementorum‘, i. e. argentum vivum – rtuť: dicitur...vivum argentum...servus fugitivus dictus elementorum dya-n |UK X H 6 f.54r|.