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Grammatici Latini II, p. 396: Priscian, book 8 (De uerbo)

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II 396,1«Scaeua uiro nomen, castrorum in plebe merebat».
II 396,2Virgilius in V:
144b7f396,2book 852 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 396,3«merui quoque, saepe furores /
II 396,4conpressi».
II 396,5idem in IIII:
144b8g396,5book 852 idem: (m.l.) virgilius
II 396,6«si bene quid de te merui, fuit aut tibi quicquam /
II 396,7dulce meum».
II 396,8Lucanus in VIIII:
II 396,9«saeuas meritum Phycunta rapinas».
II 396,10multa similiter ancipiti terminatione in una eademque significatione
144b12h396,10book 8541 una: .i. absoluta
II 396,11protulerunt antiqui, ut partio et partior, munero et muneror, mino
II 396,12et minor, minito et minitor, meridio et meridior, modulo et
II 396,13modulor, meto et metor, modero et moderor, mutuo et
II 396,14mutuor, mentio et mentior, obuerso et obuersor, praeuerto et
II 396,15praeuertor, pignero et pigneror, pacifico et pacificor, scruto et
II 396,16scrutor, progredio et progredior, perconto et percontor, proelio et
144b27''i396,16book 8212 +perconto: .i. interrogo {= K 144b27 i}
II 396,17proelior, iurgo et iurgor, potio et potior, praedo et praedor,
144b29''k396,17book 8212 +iurgo: .i. discordor
II 396,18praeuarico et praeuaricor, preco et precor, quirito et quiritor,
144b34''l396,18144b2book 8211 quirito: .i. gaigim {= K 59v34 t}
[‘i.e. I cry’] [analysis]
144b34''m396,18book 858 +quirito: .i. hastas colligo vel quero vel populo alloquor (m.d.) ┼-
II 396,19quadruplo et quadruplor, quieto et quietor, nequit et nequitur,
144b37''n396,19144b3book 8541 nequit: .i. feib fonduáir som la auctoru issamlid daárbuid./ reliqua
[‘i.e. as he has found it in authors so he has showed it, etc.’] [analysis]
II 396,20rimo et rimor, recordo et recordor, reminisco et reminiscor,
144b38''o396,20book 8212 +rimo: .i. scrutor
II 396,21reuereo et reuereor, stabulo et stabulor, secto et sector,
144b42''p396,21book 8212 +stabulo: .i. firmo
II 396,22sequo et sequor, sortio et sortior, scisco et sciscor, tuto et
II 396,23tutor, tumultuo et tumultuor, uilico et uilicor, uelito et
II 396,24uelitor, uago et uagor, uocifero et uociferor, ulcisco et ulciscor,
II 396,25uto et utor, murmuro et murmuror, manduco et manducor,


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