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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): captivus

captivus captivus 3. et subst. captivus, -i, m. script.: cat- (err.) v. infra

1 captus (praecipue in bello) – zajatec (především válečný): ductus c-us (cf. Vulg. Is. 5,13) gsa yatym wieznyem |KNM XIII D 11 f.304vb in mg.|; c-us...yaty vel wyezen, gefangen |KNM II F 4 f.53r|; c-am (gl.: popadenv )...puellam |UK V E 19 f.121v|; c-us...yaty, wiezeň |VocLact f.D 6vb|

+ iunct.:

a daemonio captivus a daemone correptus – posedlý zlým duchem: imperatoris filius / a demonio c-us / per sanctum Vitum puerum / recepit sensum pristinum |AnalHymn 5,257|

2 peccatis, erroribus sim. obnoxius (cf. ThLL III 373,58) – poddaný, podléhající hříchům, bludům apod.: felicissime martyr..., ne obliviscaris veros c-os, non sencientes, in quanta tribulacione stamus |BrunAdalb 301|; nascitur de virgine (Cristus) / pro c-o homine |CantBoh 125| (nota err. cativo in eodem versu ap. |NejCant V 506, VI 308-9| ).