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Grammatici Latini II, p. 107: Priscian, book 3 (De comparatione, de superlativo, de diminutivo)

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II 107,1eo codicillus, haec fornax fornacis fornacula, fax facis facula,
II 107,2ceruix ceruicis ceruicula, adulescens adulescentis adulescentulus, caput
II 107,3capitis capitulum.
47a32''f107,347a5book 3211 capitulum: centat iss ed a cennbart són linni
[‘a little head, that is, with us, the head-covering’] [analysis]
II 107,4in es productam desinentia [feminina] tertiae declinationis uel quintae
47a33''107,4book 34142 in (es): ...- (47a34''=107,4) disinentia: ...- (47a35"=107,10) excipiuntur: ...-
II 107,5abiecta s et assumpta cula faciunt diminutiua et seruant e productam, ut
II 107,6uulpēs uulpēcula, nubēs nubēcula, diēs diēcula, rēs rēcula
47a15"g107,647a6book 3211 volpecula: sinnchenae
[‘little fox’] [analysis]
47a21"h107,647a7book 3211 23 recula: .i. rétan regula immurgu quasi rectula
[‘i.e. little thing. But ‘regula’ (stick) as if ‘rectula’ (small straight line)’] [analysis]
II 107,7(Plautus in cistellaria:
II 107,8«siquidem imperes pro copia, pro recula»),
II 107,9ueprēs ueprēcula. Cicero pro Sestio: «uepreculis extracta
47a28"i107,947a8book 3211 vepres: driss
[‘thorn-bush’] [analysis]
47a34"k107,947a9book 3563 211 nitedula: (m.l.) nitedula animal est quod in silvis invenitur. sicut ignis efulgens quod apud grecos dicitur. λαμπος .i. luacharnn., {= E 31v26-7 effulgens E; λαμπως E; lucarn. lampas E}
[‘‘nitedula’ (dormouse) is an animal that is found in the woods, shining like fire, and that is called ‘λαμπυίς’ (glow-worm), i.e. a lantern, with the Greeks’] [analysis]
II 107,10nitedula». excipiuntur mercēs, cuius is genetiui in ula conuersa facit
II 107,11diminutiuum mercēdula (Cicero de oratore primo: «infidi homines
47a15l107,1147a10book 3211 mercedula: fochricnet
[‘little reward’] [analysis]
II 107,12mercedula adducti ministros se praebent in iudiciis
II 107,13oratoribus») et apēs, cuius diminutiuum pro e longa i habet apicula.
47a22m107,1347a11book 3211 apes: bech
[‘bee’] [analysis]
47a25n107,1347a12book 3211 apicula: bechán
[‘little bee’] [analysis]
II 107,14Plautus in Curculione:
II 107,15«ego † nam apicularum opera congestum non feram?».
47a29o107,1547a13book 3211 (non) feram: ni·aisṅdius-a
[‘I will not proclaim’] [analysis]
II 107,16in us terminans unum tertiae declinationis commune trium generum
47a30p107,16book 3423 543 unum: nomen vetus
II 107,17abiecta s assumit lus in diminutiuo, ut uetus uetulus, femininum
47a37q107,1747a14book 3211 vetulus: arsidán
[‘little old (person)’] [analysis]
II 107,18uetula, neutrum uetulum. Persius:
II 107,19«tun, uetule, auriculis alienis colligis escam?».
II 107,20Iuuenalis in primo:
II 107,21«uetulae uesica beatae».

 

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