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Grammatici Latini II, p. 443: Priscian, book 8 (De uerbo)

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II 443,1desinant, in o quidem terminantia, si primae sint coniugationis, in as
160a2443,1book 84143 efferunt: " (160a3=443,2) sin: " (160a3=443,3) sin: " (160a5=443,4) sin: "
II 443,2efferunt secundam personam, ut oro oras, sto stas; sin secundae, in es,
160a3a443,2book 84228 sin: .i. sint
II 443,3ut moneo mones, haereo haeres; sin tertiae, in is correptam, ut
II 443,4cupio cupĭs, curro currĭs; sin quartae, in is productam, ut munio
II 443,5munīs, esurio esurīs. in or uero uerba primae coniugationis in aris
II 443,6faciunt secundam personam, ut amor amaris, criminor criminaris, luctor
II 443,7luctaris; secundae in ēris producta paenultima, ut doceor docēris, reor
II 443,8rēris; tertiae in ĕris paenultima correpta, ut legor legĕris, sequor
II 443,9sequĕris; quartae in iris, ut munior muniris, molior moliris, audior
II 443,10audiris.
II 443,11inueniuntur tamen quaedam uerba, quae ex eadem positione primae
II 443,12personae ad diuersas proficiscuntur coniugationes uel uariae causa
II 443,13significationis, ut fundo, quod ad fusionem attinet, fundis, quod ad
II 443,14fundamentum, fundas; mando ad mandatum mandas, ad dentes mandis;
II 443,15dico ad dicationem dĭcas, paenultima tamen correpta, dico uero ad
II 443,16dictionem paenultima producta dīcis; uolo ad uolatum uolas, ad
II 443,17uoluntatem uis; lego quoque paenultima producta lēgas, correpta
160a18443,17book 8111[?] vís
II 443,18lĕgis; compello et appello ad pulsionem compellis et appellis, ad
II 443,19compellationem uero et appellationem compellas et appellas; sero seras
160a20b443,19book 84229 *compellationem: .i. ad
II 443,20seraui, sero seris seui et serui. sunt alia, quae, quamuis eandem
II 443,21significationem seruent, diuersae tamen sunt coniugationis in usu, ut denso
II 443,22densas et denseo denses; strideo strides et strido stridis; ferueo
II 443,23ferues et feruo feruis; cieo cies, cio cis; dureo dures, unde duresco,
II 443,24duro duras (Lucanus in VI:
II 443,25«auribus incertum feralis strideat umbra».
II 443,26Virgilius in VIII:
160a28c443,26book 852 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 443,27«striduntque cauernis /
II 443,28stricturae Chalybum et fornacibus ignis anhelat».
II 443,29idem in eodem:
160a29d443,29book 852 idem: (m.l.) virgilius
II 443,30«feruere Leucaten auroque effulgere fluctus».

 

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