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Grammatici Latini II, p. 155: Priscian, book 5 (De generibus, de numeris, de figuris, de casu)

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II 155,1uel f ante ur habentia, masculina sunt: Anxur, Astur, turtur,
65b2155,1book 54144 f: " (65b3=155,2) furfur: "
65b3a155,1book 5572 anxur (astur): nomina iovi {cf. K 29v5 c (m.l.) anxur nomen iovi .., cf. E 44r3 .i. iuppiter}
65b3b155,165b1book 5211 vultur: séig
[‘hawk’] [analysis]
II 155,2uultur, furfur; uerbalia uero, quae hominibus imponi possunt, communia
65b3c155,2book 5214 563 furfur: .i. purgamentum farinae reliqua in alio {= E 44r3 purgamentum farinae}
II 155,3sunt, si sint tertiae declinationis, ut augur, fur. Horatius in I
65b5d155,3book 525 augur: augeo
65b5e155,3book 525 fur: furo {= E 44r4 a furo}
II 155,4sermonum:
II 155,5«Iulius et fragilis Pediatia furque Voranus».
65b7f155,5book 5566[?] 543 pediatia: mulier
II 155,6unum secundae inuenitur masculinum, satur, cuius femininum in a terminat.
II 155,7alia uero omnia eiusdem terminationis nomina neutra sunt: murmur,
65b10155,7book 54121 *guttur: " (65b11=155,8) quod: "
II 155,8guttur (quod etiam masculino genere protulit Plautus in aulularia:
II 155,9«etiamne obturat inferiorem gutturem, /
II 155,10ne quid † anima forte amittat dormiens?»),
II 155,11sulphur, Tibur, robur, iecur.
65b11g155,11book 5561 tibur: civitas {= K 29v10 f}
65b11h155,1165b2book 5211 iecur: óa tromchride
[‘liver or ‘heavy-heart’’] [analysis]
II 155,12in as Latina, si sint patriae, communis sunt generis, hic et haec
65b15i155,12book 5423 patriae: nomina
II 155,13Arpinâs, Sufenâs, Capenâs, quorum ideo extrema syllaba circumflectitur,
II 155,14quia per syncopen ti syllabae, sicut saepe diximus, prolata sunt.
II 155,15antiquissimi enim hic et haec Arpinatis, Sufenatis, Capenatis, proferre
II 155,16solebant. alia uero omnia in as desinentia feminina sunt, ut pietas,
II 155,17probitas, auctoritas, excepto uno proprio, Maecenas Maecenatis (est
65b22155,17book 54143 *excepto: .., (65b27=155,22) monosillabis: ..,
II 155,18etiam Laenâs, quod differentiae causa in fine circumflectitur.
65b23k155,18book 5541 (differentiae) causa: contra accusativum leenae
II 155,19Iuuenalis in I:
II 155,20«quod captator emat Laenâs, Aurelia uendat»).
65b25l155,20book 5566[?] aurelea: mulier
II 155,21inueniuntur tamen alia quoque propria in formam gentilium prolata, ut
II 155,22Antias historicus, et monosyllaba: as assis, mas maris, uas
65b27m155,2265b3book 5211 (ut) antias: .i. amal ro·ngab antias
[‘i.e. as for instance Antias’] [analysis]
65b27n155,2265b4book 5214 563 as: ainm toimse
[‘name of a measure’] [analysis]
65b29o155,2265b5book 5211 23 vas: techt
[‘messenger’] [analysis]
II 155,23masculinum uadis, neutrum uasis, et hoc fas, nefas, nugas etiam, omnis
65b30p155,2365b6book 5211 23 neutrum (vasis): .i. vás. lestur
[‘i.e. from ‘vas’, vessel’] [analysis]
65b30155,23book 54111 nugus: /. (65b31=156,1) commune (generis): /.
65b31155,23book 54111 [om]nis: " (65b31=156,1) generis: "

 

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