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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): diffidentia

diffidentia diffidentia (-ci-), -ae, f.

1 confidentiae, fiduciae (sui) defectio – nedůvěra, nedostatek sebedůvěry: posuit (Ludovicus) magnam d-am (vetus vers.: nedoufánie ) inter me et patrem meum |KarVita 360b|

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2 spec.: infirmitas fidei Christianae, incredulitas, dubitatio (cf. ThLL V/1 1100,47) – nedostatečnost křesťanské víry, malověrnost, pochybování: ne quis d-e filius hoc unquam audeat infringere |(1225) CodDiplBoh II 266|; hec...illo...cum indignacione et d-a revolvente subito ipsa hostia sancta...excrescere...cepit |PetrZittChron 183b|; scelus illud, propter quod ira Dei descendit in filios d-e |(1387) ConcPr 36|; al.; cf. Vulg.Ephes.5,6: venit ira Dei in filios d-e (gl.: nedowyery ) |KNM XII F 12 f.135r| c. praep. de : tales habent d-am de d(omino) Deo, quod posset eos usque mortem nutrire |IacMisDec 97| c. praep. in c. acc.: omnis divisio...rerum ad extra...non est ex spiritu Ihesu, sed ex carne, non ex fide, sed ex d-a in Deum |JanovReg II 174|.