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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): Babylon

Babylon Babylon (-bil-), -onis, f. et Babel, -elis, f. form.: Babilon (indecl.) v. infra

1 caput Babyloniae – Babylon

+ synecd.: Babilon zly narod |UK I G 12 f.117r| metaph.: non solum anima peccatrix dicitur esse spiritualis Babilon, sed eciam prelati moderni |IacMisEpJič 59|

2 transl. et in imag. (cf. ThLL II 1654,65):

a locus confusionis, sceleris et impudicitiae – místo zmatku, zločinnosti a nestoudnosti: in hac nephandissima Avinionis Babilone presidet ecclesie malignancium perdicionis filius |IenstCons 76|; meretrix clamosa spiritualis, scilicet B-n est dilacerata |JanovReg II 159|; de B-e spiritualiter facta est Praga iam Ierusalem, habundans omni verbo Cristi |ib. III 362|; quia (heretici) fel draconum propinant in aureo calice Babilonis |PalEccl 288*|; Babel grece est confusio latine, vorstorung |KNM II F 4 f.38r|; dicunt ecclesiam Romanam meretricem et Babilon |PetrClatConf 38*|; al.

b spec.: locus miseriarum, infernus, gehenna – místo běd, peklo: de amaro bibens calice Babilonis |(1272?) RegDipl II 1057|; quomodo psallere canticum potui Domini, qui super flumina Babilonis flens sedi (cf. Vulg. psalm. 136,1) |IenstHom 304|; reputantes tantum monachis esse apropriatam cristianam sanctitatem et iusticiam et cetera omnia esse desertata et mundialia et Babilonem |JanovReg II 272|; quamvis tributum...reddant, iugo tamen dire B-is illo non obstante per eos (rectores) tenentur astricti |(post 1432) ScriptHus I 629|; cf. Babylonia (2)

3 nomen dei (cf. ThLL II 1655,5) – jméno boha: habebant (Boemi) in hac Boemie terra deum Babilonem, sc(ilicet) ipsum Bel |IohHolLarg 341|.