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Grammatici Latini II, p. 399: Priscian, book 8 (De uerbo)

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II 399,1Iuuenalis in V:
II 399,2«quod si subeuntur prospera castra».
II 399,3Virgilius in X:
145b3a399,3book 852 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 399,4«morte obita qualis fama est uolitare figuras».
II 399,5facio uero, quando cum praepositionibus componitur, actiuum fit
II 399,6plerumque, ut efficio et efficior, afficio et afficior, reficio et
II 399,7reficior. deficio, quando pro relinquo accipitur, habet passiuum, quando
II 399,8uero pro defetiscor, neutrum est. Iuuenalis in III:
145b8b399,8145b1book 8211 dificiscor: arachrinim
[‘I decay’] [analysis]
II 399,9«Matho deficit».
II 399,10a uenio uero conuenio et conuenior, inuenio et inuenior in
II 399,11passiuam transeunt significationem, a sedeo quoque obsideo et obsideor.
II 399,12sentio neutrum: ex eo assentio et assentior, dissentio et dissentior
II 399,13in una eademque inueniuntur significatione. Cicero de republica: «in
145b13c399,13book 8541 una ([eademque]): .i. absoluta {= K 60r20 s}
II 399,14quibus assentior sollicitam et periculosam iustitiam non
II 399,15esse sapientis». Lucilius in XII:
II 399,16«assensus sum homini».
II 399,17Caelius in I: «qui intellegunt quae fiant, dissentiuntur».
II 399,18ex aliis quoque significationibus plurima simplicia in alias, cum
II 399,19componantur, transire inuenies, ut plecto actiuum, unde Terentius:
145b20399,19book 84122 plecto: .- (145b21=399,21) eo: .-
II 399,20«ego plectar pendens»;
II 399,21sed ab eo composita tam deponentia quam communia inueniuntur. orior
II 399,22deponens, similiter partior, sed ex eis composita tam deponentia quam

 

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