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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): feralis

feralis 2. fĕralis 2.

1 ferus, malus – divoký, zlý

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2 a ad bestias, bestiarum mores pertinens – zvířecí, zvířecký: inde nemora et f-ia lustra linquentes...campestria loca adierunt |CanapAdalb 263|; cessent arma bellica, f-ia certamina vacent |EpCapistr I 707|; aliqua, que nature anime sunt contraria sicud f-es operaciones, sicud bibere sanguinem |CapPr P 1447 f.37r|

b dirus, crudelis (cf. ThLL VI/1 486,43) – hrozný, krutý: f-is...crudelis |LexClemB f.47vb (KNM II F 4 f.118r)| iunct. (ad 2a): hortus feralis saeptum feras continens, arcens, saeptum venationis, ὁ παράδεισος – obora: erga Phillipum de orto f-i |(1429) TopTom III 85a|; in ortho f-i sub Strahow |(1434) ib. 84a|; cf. hortus ferarum s. v. ferus.