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Grammatici Latini II, p. 172: Priscian, book 5 (De generibus, de numeris, de figuris, de casu)

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II 172,1

de numeris

II 172,2numerus est dictionis forma, quae discretionem quantitatis facere
71a2a172,271a1book 552 numerus: .i. herchoiliud folaid
[‘i.e. determination of substance’] [analysis]
71a4b172,2book 54222 [quanti]tatis: numeri
71a4172,2book 553 est autem . etc: /" (cf. 71a35=172,20)
II 172,3potest. est autem uel singularis uel pluralis, nam dualis apud Latinos non
71a5172,3book 54142 singularis: " (ibid.) plura[lis]: " (71a6=172,3) nam: "
71a6c172,371a2book 5215 541 dualis: .i. áram inchosaig dede ar is áram hilair lalaitnori acht asringba óen.
[‘the number that signifies a pair of things, for with the Latins it is the plural number provided that it exceeds one’] [analysis]
II 172,4inuenitur. singularis est, ut homo, pluralis, ut homines. et sciendum,
II 172,5quod in uno proprie numerus non dicitur, sed abusiue, quomodo
71a9d172,571a3book 5211 (in) uno: in óen
[‘in one’] [analysis]
71a10172,5book 54143 [no]minativus: " (172,6=71a10) casus (dicitur): "
II 172,6nominatiuus casus non est, sed abusiue casus dicitur, quod facit alios casus,
71a11e172,6book 54226 facit: .i. ex sé
II 172,7quamuis multi de hoc dicant, quod ideo casus sit dicendus, quod a generali
71a11f172,771a4book 5541 mul[ti]: 7 ní cétbaid dosom
[‘and it is not an opinion of his’] [analysis]
71a12g172,7book 53232 hoc: .i. nominativo
71a12h172,7book 54221 dicendus: nominativus
71a13172,7book 54141 quod (a): : (71a13=172,8) cadunt: : (71a14=172,8) nominativi: :
71a13i172,771a5book 5541 (a) generali (nomine): .i. huandí as nomen as ochtmath rann ininsci
[‘i.e. from the noun which is one of the eight parts in speech’] [analysis]
II 172,8nomine cadant omnium specialium nominatiui. sed si ob hoc casus est
71a13k172,8book 5541 (omnium) speci[alium]: .i. omnium substantiarum
71a14l172,8book 5541 nominativi: ut doctus ⁊ magnus reliqua
71a14m172,871a6book 53116 3232 *hoc: uandligudsa
[‘by this law’] [analysis]
II 172,9dicendus, omnes partes orationis possunt uideri casum habere: et uerbum
71a16n172,9book 54227 541 verbum: speciale ut amo
II 172,10enim et aduerbium et coniunctio a generali uerbo et aduerbio et
71a17o172,10book 5541 [ad]verbium: ut bene
71a17p172,1071a7book 5543 (a) generali (verbo): uand anmmaim chenelach as verbum
[‘from the general noun that is verbum’] [analysis]
II 172,11coniunctione cadunt in speciales positiones singularum. alii autem dicunt, quod
71a19q172,1171a8book 5541 [specia]les: .i. amal rondgab amo as indí as verbum ⁊ bene as indí [as indí] as adverbium ⁊ reliqua
[‘as ‘amo’ (love) is from that which is ‘verbum’ (verb) and ‘bene’ (good) from that which is ‘adverbium’ (adverb) and etc.’] [analysis]
71a19r172,11book 5423 singularum: (subs.) partium
71a19s172,11book 5543 (alii ..) dicunt: verum dicunt
II 172,12ipsa terminatio nominatiui cadens in alias diuersas terminationes non
71a20172,12book 54142 cadens: ,, (71a26=172,15) unde: ,,
71a21172,12book 54111 alias: " (ibid.) diversas: " (ibid.) terminationes: "
71a21t172,12book 54222 terminationes: aliorum casuum
II 172,13incongrue casus nominatur, cum naturam habeat, ut cadere possit et cadendo
71a22u172,13book 54221 habeat: nominativus
71a23w172,13book 54226 cadere: in alios casus
71a23x172,1371a9book 5211 336[?] cadendo: lase dotuit ind ainmnid
[‘when the nominative is declined’] [analysis]
II 172,14faciat omnes casus; quippe si casus dicitur non solum illud, in quod cadit
71a24y172,1471a10book 54228 quippe: deithbir ciasberthar casus nominativo
[‘it is reasonable that one should say nominatiuus casus’] [analysis]
71a24172,14book 54123 dicitur: " (ibid.) solum: "
71a25z172,1471a11book 5543 illud: sechi ed .i. amal rongabsat intúisil olchenae hituiter
[‘whatever it may be, i.e. such as the other cases in which there is declension’] [analysis]
II 172,15aliquid, sed etiam ipsa res, quae cadit. unde aptota dicunt illa nomina
71a25aa172,1571a12book 5543 ipsa (res): .i. amal rongab int ainmnid/ asatuiter
[‘i.e. as such as the nominative from which there is declension’] [analysis]
71a26bb172,1571a13book 5542 34 unde: .i. huare nád tuiter essib hituisliu aili
[‘i.e. since there is no falling from them into other cases’] [analysis]
71a26172,15book 54121 aptota: .- (71a28=172,17) quo: .-
71a26172,15book 54111 4121 illa: " (ibid.) nomina: " (71a27=172,16) quae: "
II 172,16doctissimi artium scriptores, quae nominatiuum tantum habent casum, in
II 172,17quo refutatur illorum ratio, qui ideo putant eum casum nominatum, quod
72b36m172,17book 552 +virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
71a28cc172,1771a14book 5542 refutatur: artotuiter acenélchi hi sain gnúis in aptotís
[‘for in aptota there is falling from generality into a special figure’] [analysis]
71a29172,17book 54121 [illo]rum: .- (ibid.) qui: .-
71a29172,17book 54142 ideo: : (71a30=172,17) quod: :
71a29172,17book 54123 eum: /. (71a30=172,17) nominatum: /.
II 172,18a generali nomine cadat. possumus autem et a maiore et frequentiore
71a30dd172,1871a15book 5541 (a) generali (nomine): uandhí as nomen as ochtmad rann in insci ut diximus
[‘from nomen, which is one of the eight parts in speech, as we said’] [analysis]
71a31ee172,1871a16book 5541 possumus: .i. idem hoc ⁊ quod predixit .i. quomodo nominativus non est reli qua ⁊ issed són as maith leosom
[‘i.e. […] and that is what they like’] [analysis]
71a31ff172,1871a17book 5543 maiore: (m.l.) .i. huare is/ lia aní dia/neperr casus/ and
[‘i.e. since more numerous is that to which the name casus is given’] [analysis]
71a31book 54111 maiore: " (71a32=172,19) parte: "
II 172,19parte casuum, qui sunt obliqui, hunc quoque accipere nominatum, quomodo
71a33gg172,19book 54224 accipere: casum
II 172,20et syllabas ex singulis uocalibus dicimus. ergo singularis quoque numerus
71a33hh172,2071a18book 5541 et: arit lia sillaba o illitrib quam ó oinlitrib
[‘for syllables of many letters are more numerous than those of single letters’] [analysis]
71a34172,20book 553 ergo: /" (cf. 71a4=172,2)
71a34172,20book 54122 singu[laris]: ., (71a35=172,21) ipse: .,
II 172,21bene dicitur, quod ipse geminatus et multiplicatus facit omnes numeros et
II 172,22quod omnes numeri ex ipso componuntur et in ipsum dissoluuntur.
71a37ii172,22book 5543 omnes: sicut ex nominativo omnes casus progrediuntur
71a38kk172,2271a19book 5543 in (ipsum): .i. in oena focerddar ⁊ dofuasailgther cach áram
[‘i.e. every number is cast and resolved into units’] [analysis]
II 172,23et singularis quidem numerus finitus est, pluralis uero infinitus. cum
71a39172,23book 54142 finitus: .- (71a40=172,24) enim: .-
II 172,24enim dico homo, certum est de uno dicere, cum uero homines,
II 172,25incertum est, de quot, nam a duobus usque ad innumerabiles extenditur
71a41ll172,25book 5423 quot: .i. hominibus {= E 48v12 .i. om. E}
71b m.s.abook 559 (m.s.) Xriste benedic
II 172,26significatio. itaque natura numerorum quoque certorum inuenit nomina, quibus
71b2b172,26book 5543 nomina: .i. numeri ut .unus. duo. III. reliqua {cf. E 48v13 ut unus duo tres}


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