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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): baculo

baculo *baculo 1. [baculum]

1 alqm baculo caedere, verberare – bít, tlouci (holí): si quis aliquem b-averit vel colaphizaverit |(1270) RegDipl II 275|; Sadco sartor conparuit cuidam b-ato servulino et nemo accusavit eundem iudicio primo |(1384) LibLun II f.44r|; b-are mit stebchen slachen |KNM X E 1 f.146v|; non solum prohibendus est, sed expellendus, b-andus et a communitate alienandus |CompilDoct 10|; b-are mit stecken slahen |KNM II F 4 f.38v|; b-are kyiowati |LexS p.125a|; al.

2 pulsare, ferire (instrumentum musicum) – bít, tlouci (do hudebního nástroje): cribra et tympana, que semper b-antur et quaciuntur, de cute sunt facta |KNM XII F 2 f.20r|

3 clavare – pobíjet hřeby: clavo[s], -as, -are, id est b-are |CodVodn f.58ra|.