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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): fluctus

fluctus 1. fluctus, -us, m. script.: affluctibus (err. ed., a f-ibus Ryba) |HusColl 338|

a actio fluctuandi, undandi – proudění, vlnění: f-us lelenye |VocC 588|

b meton.: aestus (maris), fluctuatio, eluvio, inundatio – příboj, vlnobití, zátopa: zatopa (A, zakopa G, zatoka B)...f-us |ClarGl 364|; f-us zatopa |CapPr P 181 f.praelig. v|; f-us klokoczowe (wlnobytie K) feri maris (cf. Vulg. Iud. 13) |HusBethl II 77|; f-us wlna |AnonLatBoh f.3va|; f-ibus (vetus vers.: wlnam ) cedit mare tumidis |HymOp 267|; f-us klokoczky |UK XI C 4 f.125rb|; f-us, -us, -ui wlnobitije |VocLact f.I 6rb|

c in imag.: turbae (vitae) – neklid, bouře (života)

+ iunct. (ad 1c): c. gen. subst.: mundi (cf. ThLL VI/1 948,22): c. adi.: mundanus, mundialis : qui...navem sancte ecclesie in tempestuosis mundi f-ibus gubernabat |VitaHrozn 371|; devocionem in elacionibus cordis et mundialibus f-ibus |MichPrRem 356|; portum tranquillitatis inveniunt, qui naufragium mundanorum f-uum evadere poterunt |ib. 457|; al.; cf. subst. fluentia s. v. fluens.