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Grammatici Latini II, p. 105: Priscian, book 3 (De comparatione, de superlativo, de diminutivo)

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II 105,1diminutiuum, ut lepus lepusculus. Cicero de signis: «si minus
II 105,2eiusmodi quippiam uenari potuerant, illa quidem certe pro
II 105,3lepusculis capiebantur».
II 105,4ad hanc formam etiam positiua in or desinentia mutant or in us et
46b3a105,4book 33232 formam: .i. culus {= E 31r21 in culus}
II 105,5accepta culus faciunt diminutiua, ut rumor rumusculus: Cicero pro
46b5b105,546b1book 3211 rumor: clú
[‘rumour’] [analysis]
II 105,6Cluentio: «qui imperitorum hominum rumusculos aucupant»,
II 105,7uel assumunt culus uel cula, ut amator amatorculus, soror sororcula.
II 105,8Plautus in Poenulo:
46b7c105,8book 3566[?] +penulo: nomen artis
II 105,9«uix aegreque amatorculos inuenimus».
II 105,10idem in cistellaria:
II 105,11«germana mea sororcula».
46b9d105,1146b2book 3211 543 sororcula: siurnat
[‘little sister’] [analysis]
II 105,12in is uero uel in e desinentia omnia uel in ns monosyllaba uel in rs
II 105,13datiuo corripientia i assumunt supra dictas syllabas et faciunt diminutiuum,
46b11e105,13book 33232 supradictas: culus. cula. culum
II 105,14ut ignis [igni] igniculus, testis [testi] testiculus, nauis [naui]
II 105,15nauicula, cutis [cuti] cuticula, auis [aui] auicula, clauis [claui] clauicula,
II 105,16rete [reti] reticulum, fons [fonti] fonticulus, mons [monti] monticulus,
46b29''f105,1646b3book 3211 retis: lín
[‘fishing-net’] [analysis]
II 105,17pons [ponti] ponticulus, lens [lenti] lenticula, pars [parti] particula,
46b35''g105,1746b4book 3211 pons: drochat
[‘bridge’] [analysis]
46b37'' h105,1746b5book 3214 lens: cenele n-etha {cf. K 21v46 a genus luguminis}
[‘a kind of grain’] [analysis]
II 105,18dulcis [dulci] dulciculus et dulcicula dulciculum, securis [securi] securicula.
46b15"i105,1846b6book 3211 securis: biáil
[‘axe’] [analysis]
II 105,19Plautus in rudente:
II 105,20«post altrinsecus est securicula ancipes».
II 105,21Cicero in III Tusculanarum: «dulciculae potionis aliquid
II 105,22uideamus». similiter fidis [fidi] fidicula. idem in II de natura
46b25"k105,22book 34228 simili[ter]: .i. assumunt
46b26"l105,2246b7book 3211 fidis: tét
[‘string of a musical instrument’] [analysis]
II 105,23deorum: «si platani fidiculas ferrent numerosa sonantes». nam si
46b33"105,23book 34141 nam: " (46b39"=106,2) fecisset: "

 

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