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Grammatici Latini II, p. 465: Priscian, book 9 (De generali uerbi declinatione)

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II 465,1secundae uero, quae u loco consonantis ante eo habent, producunt
166b27a465,1book 9423 secundae: coniugationis
II 465,2paenultimam, quae in praesenti corripitur, et eo in i conuertentia una
II 465,3syllaba minuuntur in praeterito perfecto, ut căueo cāui, mŏueo mōui,
II 465,4păueo pāui, uŏueo uōui, făueo fāui, fŏueo fōui.
II 465,5in ui diuisas praeteritum perfectum exire in omni coniugatione
II 465,6inuenitur, et si uocalis sit paenultima ante o in praesenti, pares habet
II 465,7syllabas eius praeteritum. inueniuntur autem eiusdemmodi uerba in secunda uel
166b35b465,7book 93233 eiusmodi: .i. habentia peneultimam vocalem
II 465,8tertia uel quarta coniugatione, ut doceo docui, moneo monui, rapio
II 465,9rapui, annuo annui, aperio aperui, cooperio cooperui; sin uero
II 465,10consonans sit ante o in praesenti, praeteritum una syllaba abundat, quod in
166b40465,10book 94121 abundat: " (ibid.) quod: "
II 465,11prima quidem coniugatione in omnibus in ui diuisas terminantibus
II 465,12praeteritum inuenies, ut domo domui, ueto uetui, sono sonui, seco
II 465,13secui; in tertia uero hoc idem obseruatur in iis omnibus, quae non
167a2a465,13167a1book 93232 hoc (idem): .i. ius .i. imdugud una syllaba
[‘i.e. redundance by one syllable’] [analysis]
II 465,14habent uocalem ante o, ut occulo occului, tremo tremui, pono posui,
II 465,15succino succinui, quod in secunda uel quarta coniugatione non potest
167a4b465,15167a2book 9211 succino: foacanim
[‘I sing to’] [analysis]
167a4c465,15167a3book 93226[?] quod: forbart sechafrecndairc
[‘increase beyond the present’] [analysis]
II 465,16inueniri, cum haec i, illa e semper habent ante o finalem. et attendendum,
167a5d465,16book 93232 haec: verba .IIII.
167a5e465,16book 93232 illa: .i. verba secundae
II 465,17quod paenultimae uel antepaenultimae praesentis tempora seruant in
167a7f465,17book 94221 servant: auctores
II 465,18huiuscemodi praeterito, siue pares habeant syllabas siue abundent ut dŏmo
167a8g465,18book 94221 habent: verba
II 465,19dŏmui, uĕto uĕtui, trĕmo trĕmui, nōlo nōlui, pāreo pārui, cāndeo
II 465,20cāndui, hăbeo hăbui, apĕrio apĕrui, excepto uno: pōno pŏsui, quod
II 465,21cum in praesenti producit paenultimam po, in praeterito eandem
167a12465,21book 94123 antepeneultimam: " (167a12=465,22) factam: "
II 465,22antepaenultimam factam corripit; nec mirum, cum solum hoc in no desinens
167a13h465,22167a4book 9543 nec (mirum): .i. cid armad machdad anísin ol atá lee dano an iṅgnad so
[‘i.e. why should that (the change of u to s) be wondered at since it has this marvel (the ending in u-i)?’] [analysis]
II 465,23et n in s mutauit in praeterito et in ui diuisas terminauit et, sicut supra
II 465,24diximus, ueteres in ui quoque syllabam hoc protulerunt. omnis autem
II 465,25paenultima supra dictae formae (hoc est in ui diuisas desinentium)
II 465,26corripitur; raro enim in Latinis dictionibus uocalem paenultimam ante alteram
II 465,27uocalem productam inuenies. ideo autem diximus raro, quia in fio
II 465,28uerbo auctores producunt paenultimam, ut Virgilius in bucolico:
167a20i465,28book 952 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilii bocolicis
II 465,29«omnia uel medium fīant mare; uiuite siluae»,

 

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