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Grammatici Latini II, p. 451: Priscian, book 8 (De uerbo)

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II 451,1

de numero

II 451,2numerus accidit uerbis uterque, quomodo et omnibus casualibus,
162a20451,2book 84143 accidit: " (ibid.) quomodo: "
II 451,3singularis, ut lego, pluralis, ut legimus. necesse est autem in omnibus
II 451,4declinabilibus utrumque simul inueniri, sicut supra dictum est, numerum
II 451,5et personam. sciendum tamen, quod, quamuis et in nominibus et
162a23451,5book 84141 quod: o- (162a28=451,10) nunquam: o- (ibid.) invenitur: o-
162a24451,5book 84141 [quam]vis: " (162a24=451,6) inveniantur: "
II 451,6pronominibus et in participiis inueniantur uoces communes singularis et pluralis
II 451,7numeri (ut poetae, uiri, fluctus genetiui singulares et nominatiui
162a25451,7book 84141 ut: : (162a26=451,8) sunt: :
II 451,8plurales sunt, similiter caedes, uerres, dies, res nominatiui tam
II 451,9singulares sunt quam plurales, ipsi uero et isti et illi datiui
II 451,10singulares et nominatiui plurales), in uerbo numquam hoc inuenitur apud
162a28i451,10162a6book 83232 hoc: .i. briathar do ḟoirṅded persin deirb bed/ choitchen iter huathad/ ⁊ hilar
[‘i.e. a verb to signify a certain person that is common both in singular and plural’] [analysis]
II 451,11Latinos, quamuis apud Graecos in multis, ut ἔτυπτον tam singulare est
162a29k451,11book 84228 quamvis: .i. invenitur
II 451,12primae personae quam plurale tertiae praeteriti imperfecti, similiter ἔχαιρον,
II 451,13ἔψεγον, ἔπραττον, ἐλάλουν, ἐποίουν.

 

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