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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): fur

fur fur, furis, c. form.: -rium (gen. pl.) |HusBethl V 11|; -rorum (gen. pl.) |(1417) FontM 236|

1 qui (quae) clam alienis potitur, raptor – zloděj, zlodějka: fur zlodyey |ClarGl 1116 ( sim. VocLact f.K 2ra)|; fur...dyp, zlodieg |KNM II F 4 f.131r|

+ in imag.: consilium (!) Constanciense fuit magnus fur et latro |IacMisDec 94 adnot. 10|; multi ex sacerdotibus...populum sub utraque specie communicaverunt asserentes in predicacionibus suis antiquos sacerdotes f-es esse huius sacramenti |ChronUniv 580a| iunct. (iur.) c. adi.: fur manifestus (cf. ThLL VI/1 1607,38) qui in ipso furto deprehenditur – zloděj dopadený při činu (cf. Bartošek, Řím. právo 160,401: furtum manifestum): fur manifestus dicitur ille, qui in ipso delicto, antequam venit ad locum destinatum, est apprehensus |CapPr P 1570 f.19vb|

2 bono sensu: qui clam bene facit seque hoc pacto bene factorum gloria privat – v kladném smyslu: kdo skrývá své dobré činy: sed serviminis auctor diu incognitus latuit, donec quidam Wolfpharius...sanctum prodidit f-em |CanapAdalb 257|.