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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): erro

erro 1. erro 1.

a vagari (etiam transl.) – bloudit, potulovat se (též přeneseně)

b spec.: in errore versari, falli – chybovat, mýlit se: e-are (vetus vers.: poblúditi ) |HusEp 287|; e-o bludym |KNM VII D 17 f.37v|; e-o, -as, -are..., id est exorbitare, quasi extra rem ire, bluditi |VocLact f.bb 5rb|

+ constr. c. praep. circa (ad b): doctor in probacione similitudinaria e-avit circa veritates sacre Scripture |HusStan 293|; ipse apostolus videns circa fundamentum e-are Chorinthios |HusEccl 58|; al. subst. *errans, -antis, m. script.: he-, era- v. infra homo errori deditus, haereticus – bludař, kacíř: omnes he-es ad fidem duxit ecclesia |(885) CodDiplBoh I 28|; e-ibus viam veritatis aperiens (Wenceslaus) |Christ 108|; e-es sunt instabiles, dubitantes |ClarGl 8|; non instruere era-es (vetus vers.: bludnych ) |CapPr P 125 f.307v|; e-es corrigere et ad viam veritatis reducere |HilTract f.a 3v|; al. *erratum, -i, n. [ cf. ThLL V/2 813,26] error, peccatum – chyba, prohřešek: promittens e-a emendare |TempMichD 249|; si in his e-um aliquod (vetus vers.: co bludného ) inveneritis, libens corrigam |MladPassHier 355|.