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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): aorasia

aorasia *aorasia, -ae, f. [ἀορασία; cf. ThLL II 205,9] form.: -ris-, acrisia, acrisya, acia v. infra; accisia, accista |KNM II F 4 f.5v| defectio visus – vada vidění: percussi sunt secundum Albertum acrisya, sicut Sodomite |KNM XIII D 8 f.62va|; acrisia est, quando homines habent oculos apertos et non vident |CodVodn f.20v (KNM X E 1 f.126v)|; quidam...intrant urbem attoniti, /...percussi tunc acrisia / tamquam viri in Sodoma |LaurBrzezCarm 243|; audacter ruite in arma et dominus immortalis omnes litargia et aorisia percuciet |HilSerm 37|; acrisia konska slepota |LexS p.58a|; acia est defectus visus, quando aliquis ap‹e›rtos oculos habet et non videt, blijkawost, womracženije |VocLact f.A 5vb|; a-a...dicitur cecitas, qua sodomite circa domum Loth fuerunt percussi, woslnutije |ib. f.B 6va|.