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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): diurnus

diurnus diurnus 3. script. et form.: dior- |CapPr P 1636 f.299va|; divin- (err. ed.) |(1316) RegDipl III 140|

1 a ad tempus diei pertinens, tempori diei aptus, cottidianus – vhodný, určený pro den, (každo)denní: d-us ‹denarius› dennie mzda |LexClemB f.42va|; d-o dennyeho |Veleš f.95va|

b de hominibus: mercedem cottidianam accipiens – vyplácený denní mzdou

+ iunct. (ad a): horae diurnae (cf. ThLL V/1 1640,19) horae canonicae diei tempore recitatae vel cantatae – kanonické hodinky denní doby: ut...sedulius in choro nocturnis et d-is horis vacent (clerici) in divino officio |LestArn 395|; perfectis vero horis nocturnis ac d-is |VitaMil 415|; in horis vero canonicis, nocturnis pariter et d-is, memoranda nomina...dum ipse proferebat |VitaIenst 463|; non debent clerici...publice celebrare nec in ecclesiis nec in oratoriis...tam horas d-as quam nocturnas quam missam nec aliquod officium |KNM XIII F 6 f.109r|; al.

2 c. voce ,diuturnus‘ confunditur (cf. ThLL V/1 1641,30): vetus, antiquus – starý, dávný: d-us, -a, -um dawny |LexS p.74a|.