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Grammatici Latini II, p. 104: Priscian, book 3 (De comparatione, de superlativo, de diminutivo)

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II 104,1similiter tus tusculum. idem in aulularia:
46a20r104,146a13book 3563 tús: luib
[‘a plant’] [analysis]
II 104,2«nunc tusculum emi hoc et coronas floreas».
II 104,3nec non et comparatiua eiusdem generis et eiusdem terminationis
46a22s104,3book 33233 (eiusdem) terminati[onis]: in .us {= E 31r11}
II 104,4similiter faciunt diminutiua, sed mobilia: maius maiusculus maiuscula
II 104,5maiusculum, grandius grandiusculus grandiuscula grandiusculum, celerius
46a26t104,5book 3212 +celerius: .i. velocius
46a26104,5book 34142 celeriuscu[lus]: .- (46a27=104,6) unde: .-
II 104,6celeriusculus celeriuscula celeriusculum, unde Cicero aduerbium
II 104,7celeriuscule protulit ad Herennium tertio libro artis rhetoricae:
II 104,8«strenue quod uolumus ostendere factum, celeriuscule
II 104,9dicemus», sicut a saepius comparatiuo saepiuscule. Plautus in Casina:
46a30u104,946a14book 3211 sepiuscule: in meincán
[‘fairly often’] [analysis]
II 104,10«ut nubat mihi, /
II 104,11illud quidem uolebam: nostro uilico :: † saepiuscule peccas».
II 104,12plus quoque, quamuis a masculino uel feminino comparatiuo non ueniat,
46a32104,12book 34141 plus: " (46a34=104,13) facit: "
46a33104,12book 353 plus .. etc.: (m.l.) =|" (cf. 41a28=89,7)
46a33w104,1246a15book 3543 a masculino: cenid·ḟil comparit masculinus femininus leiss
[‘although it has not a masculine or feminine comparative’] [analysis]
II 104,13facit tamen [ut superius ostendimus] plusculus pluscula plusculum, unde
II 104,14Terentius in hecyra:
46a35x104,14book 3566[?] +hechy[ra]: nomen artis
II 104,15«primum dies complusculos»,
II 104,16et in Phormione:
46a36y104,16book 3566[?] +for[mione]: nomen artis
II 104,17«tum pluscula /
46a37z104,1746a16book 3211 pluscula: huillénu
[‘a little greater’] [analysis]
II 104,18supellectile opus est».
II 104,19lepus quoque, quod solum in us masculinum siue epicoenum disyllabum
46a39aa104,19book 3212 epicenum: promiscuum {= E 31r19 .i. add. E}
II 104,20[Latinum] tertiae est declinationis, assumit nominatiuo culus et facit
46a41bb104,20book 33114 [no]minativo: dativus


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