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Grammatici Latini II, p. 339: Priscian, book 7 (De ceteris casibus)

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II 339,1dicimus. praeterea simplex eorum similiter inuenitur faciens ablatiuum
129b24d339,1150book 734 similiter: .i. in í
II 339,2imber ab imbri. Statius in VII:
II 339,3«nubibus hibernis et nostro pascitur imbri».
II 339,4Cicero de signis: «cum esset uinctus nudus in aere, in imbri,
II 339,5in frigore». idem in frumentaria: «ferebat hanc quoque
II 339,6iniquitatem Septicius et imbri frumentum in area corrumpi
II 339,7patiebatur». bipennis commune est et habet etiam neutrum, ideo ablatiuum
II 339,8a bipenni facit. Virgilius in XI:
129b31e339,8book 752 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 339,9«ferro sonat alta bipenni /
II 339,10fraxinus».
II 339,11in e autem et i indifferenter desinunt in ablatiuo omnia, quae sunt
II 339,12communia trium generum, ut hic et haec et hoc par ab hoc et ab hac
II 339,13pare uel pari (Virgilius in bucolico:
129b35f339,13book 752 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilii bocolica
II 339,14«numero deus impare gaudet».
II 339,15Lucanus in VIIII:
II 339,16«ergo pari uoto gessisti bella, iuuentus»),
129b36339,16book 758?[?] (m.l.) o (gesisti Ms.)
II 339,17hic et haec et hoc uetus a uetere uel ueteri (Iuuenalis in II
II 339,18saturarum:
II 339,19«intrauit calidum ueteri centone lupanar».
II 339,20Cicero pro Murena: «cum ex familia ueteri et illustri».
II 339,21Statius in I Thebaidos:
II 339,22«funditus, et ueteri spumauit Lerna ueneno».
II 339,23idem in XI:
II 339,24«ueteri stat sordida tabo /
II 339,25utraque canities».
II 339,26idem in XII:
II 339,27«si quid in hoc ueteri bellorum sanguine mecum /

 

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