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Grammatici Latini II, p. 116: Priscian, book 3 (De comparatione, de superlativo, de diminutivo)

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II 116,1intestinorum], ensis ensiculus, ensicula, praeterea haec beta, malua,
49b40ll116,149b19book 3211 ensiculus: claidbene
[‘little sword’] [analysis]
49b41mm116,1book 3571 beta malva: (m.d.) in enigmatibus
II 116,2hic betaceus, maluaceus.
49b41nn116,249b20book 3211 214 betacius: bethech braisech genus holeris ut icidorus dicit similiter malva
[‘belonging to the beet or kale (?). A kind of herb, as Isidore says. The same is true for ‘malva’ (mallows)’] [analysis]
49b41oo116,249b21book 3211 571 malvaceus: (subs.) lemnat
[‘mallow’] [analysis]
49b m.i.pp49b23book 359 (m.i.) Caní románda .ó. is fir son
[‘is not o Roman ? this is true’] [analysis]


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