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Grammatici Latini II, p. 356: Priscian, book 7 (De ceteris casibus)

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II 356,1«alituum pecudumque genus sopor altus habebat».
II 356,2a boue quoque bouum debet fieri; sed hoc nomen notandum, quod u
II 356,3consonantem assumunt obliqui singulares hiatus causa, abiciunt autem est
II 356,4quando plurales. Virgilius in III:
134a18a356,4book 752 +virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 356,5«huc ubi delati portus intrauimus, ecce /
II 356,6laeta boum passim campis armenta uidemus».
II 356,7idem in VIII:
134a20b356,7book 752 +idem: (m.l.) virgilius
II 356,8«reddidit una boum uocem uastoque sub antro».
II 356,9datiuus autem et ablatiuus eius nominis per syncopam semper mediae
II 356,10proferuntur syllabae, bobus pro bouibus. Horatius in epodo:
II 356,11«beatus ille, qui procul negotiis /
II 356,12paterna rura bobus exercet suis».
II 356,13nominatiuus uero pluralis et accusatiuus et uocatiuus, qui similes sunt,
II 356,14raro abiciunt u consonantis loco positam. Virgilius in bucolico:
134a27c356,14book 752 +virgilius: (m.l.) virgilii/ bocolica
II 356,15«ille meas errare boues, ut cernis, et ipsum».
II 356,16idem in VIII:
134a28d356,16book 752 idem: (m.l.) virgilius
II 356,17«discessu mugire boues».
II 356,18in eodem:
II 356,19«abstractaeque boues abiurataeque rapinae».
134a30356,19book 711 rapínae
II 356,20

de datiuo et ablatiuo plurali tertiae declinationis

II 356,21datiuus et ablatiuus pluralis tertiae declinationis nascitur a singulari
II 356,22genetiuo interiecta bu, ut huius hominis his et ab his hominibus,
II 356,23huius exulis his et ab his exulibus, huius numinis his et ab his
II 356,24numinibus, huius disparis his et ab his disparibus, huius felicis his et
II 356,25ab his felicibus, toreuma toreumatis his et ab his toreumatibus. in
II 356,26huiuscemodi tamen, id est neutris a finitis, quae sunt Graeca, frequenter

 

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