ABSCONSA


ABSCONSA
ABSCONSA
apud Lanfrancum in Decret. c. 4. Tunc accensâ candelâ, in absconsâ, unus corum in dormitorio debet circumire lectos omnium. Liber Ordinis S. Victoris MS. c. 36. aliique eiusdem vocis meminerunt, quâ notatur caeta laterna, quâ Monachi ut plurimum utuntur in obeundis dormitoriis. Per aphaeresin Consa, et Sconsa, non semel in Consuetud. Flotiacensis Coenobii, vitâ S. Gosvini l. 3. Monastieoque Anglico Tom. 3. p. 171. 331. apud Car. du Fresne Gloss. Vide quoque infra in Baccha.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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