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Grammatici Latini II, p. 269: Priscian, book 6 (De nominatiuo et genetiuo casu)

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II 269,1«at scelus incesto Cinyrae crescebat in aluo».
II 269,2itaque secundum hoc genus bene declinatur aluus alui. Virgilius tamen
110a42h269,2book 63233 (hoc) genus: .i. masculinum
II 269,3femininum hoc protulit in II:
II 269,4«in latus inque feri curuam conpagibus aluum».
110b2a269,4book 652 in latus .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
II 269,5humŭs humi: hoc etiam neutrum in um desinens inuenitur apud ueteres,
110b3b269,5book 642210[?] humus: .i. excipitur
110b4269,5book 64121 (in) um: .- (110b4=269,6) quod: .-
II 269,6secundum quod oportune hanc declinationem seruauit Laeuius in Adone:
110b5c269,6book 63233 hanc (declinationem): secundam
II 269,7«humum humidum pedibus fodit».
II 269,8Gracchus in Thyeste:
II 269,9«mersit sequentis humidum plantis humum».
II 269,10domŭs huius domi et domŭs huius domus. Terentius in eunucho:
II 269,11«domi focique fac uicissim ut memineris».
II 269,12Virgilius in VI:
110b10d269,12book 652 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 269,13«hic labor ille domus et inextricabilis error».
II 269,14Ouidius in IIII metamorphoseon:
II 269,15«domui communis utrique».
II 269,16colŭs coli et colus. Virgilius in VIII:
110b13e269,16book 652 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 269,17«cui tolerare colo uitam tenuique Minerua».
II 269,18Statius in VI:
II 269,19«sed huius /
II 269,20extrema iam fila colu, datur ordo senectae».
II 269,21Venŭs Veneris quoque excipitur, quod solum proprium femininum
II 269,22inuenitur Latinum in us desinens correptam. et forte ideo sic declinatur,
110b18269,22book 6?[?] (m.d.) o (sine err., sine cit.)
II 269,23ne, si Venus Veni declinaretur, dubitationem haberet genetiuus cum ueni
II 269,24uerbo imperatiuo. incus etiam incudis, quod ponit Nonius
110b20269,24book 658 (m.d.) ox (ferri massa Ms. in l. 21)
110b20f269,24110b1book 6211 incus: .i. indéin
[‘i.e. anvil’] [analysis]
110b20269,24book 6112[?] incúdis

 

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