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MSGlossKeil, GLThes.PriscianType(s)Lemma: gloss
29a5cII 59,529a3book 2543 poetam: (m.l.) Asa·gnintar as ṅduine ⁊ as fili in tan as·mberar virgilius assa·gnintar assin doacaldmaiche. tre dilsi.,
[‘when ‘Vergil’ is said, it is understood that he is a human being and a poet: therefrom is appellativity understood through propriety’]

Old Irish elements

Word formHeadwordWord classSub-classMorph.MeaningVoiceRelative?
asa·gnintaras·gnin [DIL]verbBV3sg.pres.ind.pass.recognizes, understands, knowsPassive
asis [DIL]verbcopula3sg.pres.ind.rel.ActiveY
ṅ-duineduine [DIL]nounm, i̯o and, man(kind)
7ocus [DIL]conjunction (leniting)coordinatingjoining two sentences or clausesand
asis [DIL]verbcopula3sg.pres.ind.rel.ActiveY
filifili [DIL]nounm,
inin 2 [DIL] tan
tantan [DIL]nounf, ā
as·mberaras·beir [DIL]verbBI3sg.pres.ind.pass.saysPassiveY
assa·gnintaras·gnin [DIL]verbBV3sg.pres.ind.pass.recognizes, understands, knowsPassiveY
aa 5 [DIL]preposition, with dat; geminatingdat. + the instrument or cause of an action: by, with, because or by reason of
ssinin 2 [DIL] + a 5with prep and substantive
doacaldmaichedoac(c)aldmaiche [DIL]nounf, i̯ā appellativity
tretre 1 [DIL]preposition, with acc; lenitingacc.instrumental and causal
dilsidílse [DIL]nounf, i̯ā
Rijcklof Hofman, Pádraic Moran, Bernhard Bauer, St Gall Priscian Glosses, version 2.1 (2023) <> [accessed 12 June 2024]