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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): gramen

gramen gramen, -inis, n. form.: -minarum (gen. pl.) |(1382) TabCur I 364|

1 a ἡ πόα , caespes, herba – tráva, trávník: g-n trava |ClarGl 760 ( sim. VocA I 48, LexR f.6va)|; curticula, ex qua factum est trawnyk, locus videlicet g-um |(1412) TabMorO 302b|

b herba, planta – bylina, rostlina

+ iunct. (ad 1a): gramen recidivale fenum secunda messe partum – otava: cum...prata...feno aut g-e recidivali vulgariter wotawa dicto fuerunt falcastrata |ProcPrPrax 82|

2 a Elytrigia repens (L.) Desv. (cf. André, Lex. bot. 152) – pýr plazivý: g-n pyrzie |CodVodn f.39rb|; g-n dewyessyll, pyrzye |UK I F 35 f.90va|; g-n pyrzie in medicinis dicitur illud, quod est expansum sub facie terre habens ramos cum nodis |UK XI C 2 f.116r ( sim. VocLact f.ll 5vb, ubi: super faciem)|; al.

nota: cum carduo confunditur – zaměňován s bodlákem: cardo, g-n pyrzie, czamkarten |KNM IV E 5 f.133v|

b gramen solis i. q. granum solis, i. e. Lithospermum officinale L. – kamejka lékařská: g-n solis...vulgariter pyrz (v. supra), merlynsen (err. pro: Merrhirse?) |UK XI E 5 f.8v|

c septem gramina i. q. septem grana, i. e. Euphorbia lathyris L. – pryšec skočcový: septem g-a sive lactericia |UK XIV A 12 f.392vb|.