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Grammatici Latini II, p. 439: Priscian, book 8 (De uerbo)

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II 439,1perfecto et plusquamperfecto cum simplex uerbum e longam habeat, non
II 439,2potest compositio eam commutare, ut ēgi exēgi, ēgeram exēgeram; fēci
158a35f439,2158a3book 8541 compositio: .i. ar isfrisasechmodachte dotet inchomsuidigud
[‘i.e. for it is with the preterite (ēgi) that the composition occurs’] [analysis]
158a35439,2book 812 exégi
II 439,3infēci, fēceram infēceram; iēci iniēci, iēceram iniēceram, quae sine dubio
II 439,4a simplicibus suis componuntur; nam non possumus dicere, quod i breuis,
158a38g439,4158a4book 8541 nam: is ari is frisasechmadachte dodechuid inchomsuidigud
[‘for it is with the preterite that the composition has occured’] [analysis]
158a38439,4book 84141 quod: " (158a39=439,5) convertitur: "
II 439,5quae est in praesenti tempore, conuertitur in e longam in praeterito: hoc
158a39h439,5book 83232 hoc: .i. i. correpta in .e. productam {= K 66r49 n}
II 439,6enim in nullo inuenimus fieri uerbo.
II 439,7id autem, id est quod per singula tempora fit compositio,
II 439,8participiorum quoque diuersae figurationes saepe tam praesentis quam praeteriti
II 439,9temporis ostendunt, ut effringens effractus, cogens coactus, subigens
II 439,10subactus, exigens exactus. haec enim omnia cum in praesenti extremam
158b2a439,10158b1book 8543 extremam (partem): .i. agens dedenach didiu an agens dondí as sub ut subigens
[‘i.e. agens: agens, then, is the last to sub, as subigens’] [analysis]
II 439,11partem [id est dictionem] corruptam habeant, in praeterito integram
158b3b439,11book 8543 intigram: .i. actus ut subactus
II 439,12habent. cur, nisi quod separatas habeant compositiones per singula
II 439,13tempora? non est enim dubium, quod interrogati, unde componitur
II 439,14effractus, ab ex praepositione et fractus participio respondebimus, et
II 439,15subactus a sub et actus, et exactus ab ex et actus, et de omnibus
II 439,16similibus.
II 439,17anomala quoque uerborum id possunt ostendere, quae sine dubio per
158b9c439,17158b2book 83232 id: .i. incomsuidigud fricach naimsir
[‘i.e. the composition with every tense’] [analysis]
II 439,18singula tempora siue etiam personas componuntur, ut prosum prodes
II 439,19prodest, prosumus prodestis prosunt, proderam, profui. per totam enim
II 439,20declinationem ubicumque a uocali incipit hoc uerbum, interponitur
II 439,21iuncturae compositionis d; similiter aufero abstuli in praesenti pro ab au,
158b13439,21book 84144 presenti: " (ibid.) au: "
II 439,22in praeterito abs habuit. idque ita esse confirmat Apollonius, summus
158b14d439,22book 84226 abs: pro ab
158b14e439,22158b3book 8543 *idque: .i. demnigid appollonius rongab andedese forbriathraib ⁊ reliqua
[‘i.e. Apollonius affirms that these two are on verbs’] [analysis]
II 439,23artis auctor grammaticae, docens in I de uerbo, immobilem figurationis
158b15f439,23book 8543 immo[bilem]: .i. compositionem immobilem/ in aliis {cf. K 66v9 a in alíis verbís}
II 439,24iuncturam manere, et separatim confirmans, componi τὸ καταγράφω καὶ
158b16g439,24158b4book 8543 separatim: .i. comsuidigud fricach naimsir
[‘i.e. composition with every tense’] [analysis]
158b17h439,24book 84226 543 *componit: .i. in aliis verbis ut sunt haec {cf. K 66v9 b componi alia verba}
II 439,25κατέγραφον, ἐπιγράφω καὶ ἐπέγραφον et his similia, quaecumque
II 439,26intus habent declinationem, hoc est post praepositionem, quod apud nos
158b18i439,26158b5book 8211 intus: .i. himmedón
[‘i.e. in the midst’] [analysis]
158b18439,26book 84121 intus: " (158b19=439,26) quod: "
II 439,27semper fit in omnibus compositis uerbis.
158b19k439,27book 8541 semper: ut exigo exegi
II 439,28sciendum tamen, quod in nominibus quoque apud nos iunctura
II 439,29compositionis solet moueri tunc, quando ex duobus nominatiuis componuntur
158b21439,29book 84123 solet: " (ibid.) moveri: " (ibid.) tunc: "
II 439,30uel ex nominatiuo et obliquo uel indeclinabili aliqua dictione. possumus
158b22l439,30book 8541 indeclinabili: ut quisque {= 66v13 e}

 

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