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Grammatici Latini II, p. 123: Priscian, book 4 (De denominatiuis)

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II 123,1longi longĭtudo, celsus celsi celsĭtudo, multus multi multĭtudo, solus
II 123,2soli solĭtudo, similis simili similĭtudo, suauis suaui suauĭtudo, fortis
II 123,3forti fortĭtudo, sin a participiis uel participialibus in tus desinentibus
52b39''e123,3book 4423 participia[libus]: nominibus
II 123,4deriuantur, abiecta s assumunt do: habitus habitudo. a testa quoque siue
52b17"f123,452b2book 4211 (a) testa: hua cheinn
[‘from covering’] [analysis]
II 123,5testu testudo, quod est corporale. nec non omnia in do desinentia,
52b18"g123,5book 4215 testudo: bestia tardigrada cum longo collo. reliqua in alio .loco. {= E 35r34 .i. bestia tardegrada cum longo collo ventreque lapideo. item significat camaram templi &mul<ti<tudinem scutorum (A; ti add. A'')}
52b18"h123,5book 44228 nec: quam tudo {= E 35v1 .i. add. E}
II 123,6quamuis non sint deriuatiua, paenultimam u habentia producunt eam
II 123,7natura uel positione, ut hirūndo, harūndo, hirūdo.
52b22"i123,752b3book 458 211 *irudo (h): vel erudo .i. emblema airchellad {= K 24r34 nó airchellad om. K}
[‘[…] or a taking away’] [analysis]
52b22"k123,7book 4212 +*irudo: (m.s.) irudo forsan idem et erudius idem ardea vel irudo disciplinatus
52b23"l123,752b4book 4211 arundo: curchas
[‘reed’] [analysis]
52b23"m123,752b5book 4211 haerundo: fannall
[‘swallow’] [analysis]
II 123,8in u deriuatiua pauca inuenio: specus specu, pecus pecu, testa
52b25"n123,852b6book 4211 [spe]cus: huam
[‘cave’] [analysis]
52b25"o123,852b7book 4543 specu: húad
[‘(derived) from it (specus)’] [analysis]
52b26"p123,852b8book 4211 [tes]ta: ceinn
[‘covering’] [analysis]
II 123,9testu, tonitrus tonitru, cornus cornu. nec interest aliquid inter
52b27"123,9book 44142 interest: " (52b29"=123,10) ideoque: "
II 123,10primitiuorum et deriuatiuorum significationem, ideoque dubium, an sint
52b29"q123,10book 4212 significationem: intellectum {= E 35v4 .i. add. E}
II 123,11deriuatiua dicenda.
II 123,12in al desinentia denominatiua, si primitiua [eorum] paenultimam
II 123,13natura uel positione habuerint productam, ea quoque longam habent
52b34"123,13book 44111 productam: " (52b35"=123,13) peneultimam: " {= E 35v5-6}
52b35"123,13book 44143 habent: .- (52b39"=123,15) ea: .-
II 123,14paenultimam: cēruix ceruicis ceruīcal, tribūnus tribūnal, uēctus uectīgal,
52b38"r123,1452b9book 4211 +vectigal: cís rigdae
[‘the royal tax’] [analysis]
II 123,15lupērcus lupērcal, sin illa breuem, ea quoque correptam: tŏrus tŏral,
52b38"s123,15book 4572 lupercus: pan
52b38"t123,15book 4572 58 +lupercus: vel sacerdos pani (m.l.) ox
52b38"u123,15book 4572 lupercal: locus in quo adorabatur .pan. {= E 35v7 adoratur E; (pán) pastorum deus add. E, cf. K 24r39 h lupercus appellatur locus ubi pan deus colitur}
52b40"w123,15book 4423 [cor]reptam: peneultimam {cf. E 35v7 123,15 sin .i. habuerint .i. penultimam}
52b40"x123,1552b10book 4211 torus: lige {cf. E 35v8 lectus multorum una dormientium.}
[‘couch’] [analysis]
II 123,16anĭmus uel anĭma anĭmal.
II 123,17in il uel ul desinentia, siue a nominibus seu a uerbis deriuata
II 123,18sint, fiunt abiectione extremarum uocalium siue syllabarum primitiui, ut
53a2a123,1853a1book 4543 sillabarum: inna guthaigthe co consonaib
[‘of the vowels together with (the) consonants’] [analysis]
II 123,19pugillus pugil, uigilo uigil, consulo consul, exulo exul, praesulo
53a3b123,19book 4212 +pugil: panachratiarius
II 123,20praesul.
II 123,21in am unum inuenitur trium generum commune, quod deriuatur a
II 123,22nequeo uel nequis, nequam.
53a6c123,22book 4571 nequam: caper dicit. nequam non est malum sed inutilem significat {= E 35v11 nequam, est om. E}
II 123,23in um desinentia deriuatiua siue etiam composita diuersas habent
II 123,24formas: quaedam enim uocalem habent e longam uel i correptam ante
II 123,25um: e, ut oliuētum, uinētum, corylētum, rosētum, dumētum,
53a9d123,2553a2book 4211 olevetum: olachaill
[‘olive-wood’] [analysis]
53a9e123,2553a3book 4211 vinetum: fíntan
[‘vineyard’] [analysis]
53a10f123,25book 425 coriletum: corillus
53a10g123,2553a4book 425 211 rosetum: rosa rostan
[‘ ‘rosa’ (rose), = rose-plantation’] [analysis]
53a10h123,2553a5book 425 211 dumetum: duma dristenach
[‘ ‘*duma’ (thorn-bush), = thicket’] [analysis]
II 123,26quercētum, aesculētum, myrtētum (quamuis feminino genere
53a10i123,2653a6book 425 211 quercetum: quercus daurauth
[‘an oak-wood’] [analysis]
53a10k123,2653a7book 4211 563 escu[letum]: escalchaill .i. fid arddmár {cf. E 35v14 .oscaill.}
[‘a wood of Italian oak, i.e. a very tall tree’] [analysis]
53a11l123,26book 425 [escu]letum: esculus
53a11m123,2653a8book 425 211 mirtetum: mirtus mirtchaill
[‘a myrtle-wood’] [analysis]
II 123,27Plautus in uidularia hoc protulit:

 

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