Browse Priscian

GL page

(e.g. 10, 10b)

Search for glosses

(e.g. 14a6)

Search in:

 
(Or search for Old Irish forms.)

Grammatici Latini II, p. 187: Priscian, book 5 (De generibus, de numeris, de figuris, de casu)

previous pagenext page

Point to any link below for more information. Note that the text of Priscian below is that of Hertz’s edition, and that of the St Gall manuscript may differ. The gloss you selected is highlighted in yellow. (See introduction for further notes.)

II 187,1Prisciano das, tibi Prisciano do, illi Prisciano placet; me Priscianum
II 187,2uidet, te Priscianum uideo, illum Priscianum uidet. similiter ablatiuus
II 187,3tribus adiungitur personis: a me Prisciano accipis, a te Prisciano
II 187,4accipio, ab illo Prisciano accipit. non egent autem nomina pronominibus,
II 187,5quamuis omnes circumeant personas, si cum uocatiuis aut substantiuis
77b24187,5book 54144 vocativus: " (77b25187,6) nominor: "
77b24187,5book 54144 substantivis (verbis): : (77b25=187,6) sum: :
II 187,6uerbis coniungantur, ut Virgilius nominor uel sum, Virgilius nominaris
II 187,7uel es, Virgilius nominatur uel est. igitur ablatiuus proprius est
II 187,8Romanorum et, quamuis ipse quoque tribus sociari potest, ut diximus,
II 187,9personis, tamen, quia nouus uidetur a Latinis inuentus, uetustati reliquorum
II 187,10casuum concessit, quamuis hunc quoque a uetustissimis Graecorum
77b30m187,10book 54226 concessit: .i. ad finem
77b31187,10book 54121 vetustissimis: " (77b32=187,11) qui: "
II 187,11grammaticis accepisse uidentur, qui sextum casum dicebant οὐρανόθεν,
77b32n187,11book 54221 videntur: .i. latini
77b33o187,1177b4book 5221 541 ουρανοθην: .i. foxlaid veterum graecorum
[‘i.e. the ablative of the ancient Greeks’] [analysis]
77b33187,11book 54144 ουρανοθην: (ουρανο-:) :- (77b36=187,13) ουρανθην: :-
77b33187,11book 54121 ουρανοθην: (θην:) " (ibid.) εμεθην: (θην:) " (77b33=187,12) εθην: (θην:) " (77b34=187,12) qui: "
77b33187,11book 54144 εμεθην: .- (77b35=187,13) (ut εξ) εμεθην: .-
II 187,12ἐμέθεν, σέθεν, ἕθεν, qui profecto ablatiui uim possidet: nam etiam
II 187,13praepositionem assumit, ut ἐξ ἐμέθεν, ἐξ οὐρανόθεν Homerus («ἐξ ἐμέθεν
77b36p187,1377b5book 5421 (homerus) εξ εμεθην: coneperr hoc is dothucad exemplum
[‘so that this is said: it is for this an example has been cited’] [analysis]
II 187,14γάρ φασι κάκ᾽ ἔμμεναι»).
II 187,15sunt igitur formae casuales sex:
II 187,16monoptota, quae una terminatione pro omni casu funguntur, ut supra
77b38q187,16book 54228 monoptota: .i. sunt nomina
77b40r187,16book 553 +supradictum: (m.d.) o in tertia
II 187,17dictum est, ut nequam, gummi, alpha, beta, cornu, quattuor,

 

previous pagenext page