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Priscian, Ars grammatica: book 2 (De syllaba, de dictione, de oratione, de nomine, etc.)

Text of Priscian from Hertz ed., Grammatici Latini, vol. II, p. 49 (not a transcription from the St Gall manuscript).

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II 49,1k nullius syllabae potest esse terminalis.
II 49,2l quacumque consonante sequente potest antecedentem terminare
II 49,3syllabam, ut albus, ulcus, soldum, ualde, Alfenus, algeo, illud,
23b17''e49,323b1book 2211 ulcus: cnocc {= E 17v14 .i. add. E}
[‘ulcer’] [analysis]
23b18''f49,3book 2563 soldum: nomen ponderis {= E 17v14 .i. add. E}
23b18''g49,3book 2563 soldum: hir- soldus .III. tremeses habet tremesis vero scriptula ⁊ demedium
23b20''h49,3book 2566[?] alfenus: proprium {= E 17v14}
II 49,4ulmus, alnus, culpa, fulsit, altus, silua, mulxi. q et r solis
23b23''i49,4book 2563 +ulmus: .i. arbor
23b29''k49,423b2book 2211 mulxi: do·ommalgg
[‘I have milked’] [analysis]
23b17"49,4book 24123 q: : (ibid.) r: : (ibid.) solis: : (ibid.) sequentibus: :
23b17"49,4book 24142 solis: " (23b18"=49,5) nam: "
II 49,5sequentibus non inueni antecedentem l; nam h et k nec possunt post hanc
23b18"l49,5book 2543 +inveni: ille non invenit
23b18"m49,523b3book 259 h: is airdircu epirt limm son
[‘I think I need not say this’] [analysis]
II 49,6inueniri.
II 49,7in m inuenitur syllaba desinens in media dictione, quando sequens a
23b21"n49,7book 2423 sequens: sillaba
II 49,8b uel p uel altera m incipit, ut Cambyses, ambo, imperium,
23b22"o49,8book 2566[?] 563 cambises: .i. proprium nomen regis ut orosius narrat, vel nomen vestis caimmse {cf. E 17v18 nomen regis ut orosius dicit}
[‘i.e. the proper name of a king, as Orosius says, or the name of a piece of clothes, i.e. a shirt’] [analysis]
II 49,9comparo, summus, Hammon.
23b24"p49,9book 2566[?] ammon: proprium {cf. E 17v18 proprium vel nomen hebraicum}
II 49,10in n terminatur antecedens syllaba sequentibus c uel d uel f uel g uel
II 49,11altera n uel q uel r, ut quibusdam placet, uel s uel t uel i uel u etiam
23b26"49,11book 24145 r: " (23b27"=49,11) quibusdam: "
23b27"q49,1123b5book 2541 t: (m.d.) .i. ordd abbgitir do·rat forsna consona
[‘i.e. he has imposed on the consonants the order of the alphabet’] [analysis]
23b27"49,11book 24111 i: : (23b28=49,11) u: : (23b28=49,12) consonantibus: :
II 49,12pro consonantibus positis uel x, ut concinnus, mancus, conduco,
23b29"r49,12book 2215 +*concinus: .i. qui concantat
23b29"s49,12book 2212 331 +concinus: (m.d.) .i. simul cano concino .is. unde concino .as
23b29"t49,1223b6book 2211 25 mancus: .i. baclam .i. manu captus
[‘i.e. ‘maimed in a hand’, i.e. seized by hand’] [analysis]
II 49,13pondus, confiteor, infundo, congius, angulus, annus,
23b30u49,13book 2566[?] *tongilius: proprium {= E 17v21}
II 49,14inquiro, conquiro, linquo, inrumpo, inruo. in multis tamen inuenio r
23b3349,14book 24141 [in]venio: : (23b33=49,15) n: :
23b3349,14book 24123 r: ., (23b33=49,15) sequente: .,
II 49,15sequente n in r conuerti, ut corruo, corrumpo, et paene ubicumque
23b33w49,15book 2212 +corruo: .i. cado
23b3449,15book 24141 et: .- (23b36=49,17) patitur: .-
23b3449,15book 24141 ubicunque: ., (23b36=49,16) componitur: .,
II 49,16con praepositio ante dictionem ab r incipientem componitur, hoc idem
23b35x49,16book 236 ante: .i. contra {= E 17v23}
23b36y49,1623b7book 23232 (hoc) idem: a comthoud in .r.
[‘its conversion into r’] [analysis]
II 49,17patitur: corruo, corrigo. nec mirum, cum apud Graecos auctores
23b36z49,17book 2212 +*corrugo: .i. ruga in fronte {cf. K 11v14 b .i. ruga}
24a1a49,17book 225 corrigo: con ⁊ rego {= E 17v23 .i. add. Eom. E}
II 49,18artium hoc idem soleat fieri, ut συρρέω, συρράπτω, συρρήσσω,
24a2b49,1824a1book 23232 ([hoc]) idem: .i. a comthoud in .r.
[‘its conversion into r’] [analysis]
24a2c49,1824a1abook 225 211 σιρρηγω: .i. a sin sicim (?)
[‘i.e. from ‘συν’ …’]
24a2d49,18book 2221 σιρρηγω: (m.l.) σιν grece con latine
II 49,19συρρήγνυμι. ergo rationabilius esse uidetur, in quoque, cum in quibusdam
24a349,19book 24123 [rati]onabilius: " (ibid.) videtur: "
24a3e49,19book 2423 quibusdam: .i. dictionibus
II 49,20mutet n in r, ut irrito, irriguus, in reliquis quoque euphonia hoc
24a4f49,2024a2book 2211 irrito: to·dúrgim
[‘I provoke’] [analysis]
24a4g49,20book 2212 +irrito: vel pravo.
24a4h49,2024a3book 2211 irriguus: tursitnech .
[‘flooding’] [analysis]
24a549,20book 24123 exigente: " (ibid.) euphonia: "
II 49,21exigente seruare et irruo, irrumpo, dicere, cum nec in simplicibus
II 49,22inueniatur dictionibus n ante r. s quoque sequente uel t uel i uel u loco
24a849,22book 24111 i: " (ibid.) u: " (ibid.) loco: "
II 49,23consonantium uel x integra manet, ut consitus, sponsus, tonsus,
24a9i49,23book 24221 manet: .i. n {= E 17v27 .i. om. E}
24a9k49,2324a4book 2211 25 consitus: comchlante .i. con ⁊ sero {= E 17v27 comchlante om. E}
[‘sown together i.e. ‘con’ (together) and ‘sero’ (sow)’] [analysis]
24a9l49,23book 2212 +consitus: .i. conseminatus
24a10m49,23book 2566[?] antonius: proprium
II 49,24Antonius, Mantua, coniungo, conuerto, anxius, b autem sequente
24a10n49,24book 2561 mantua: civitas
24a11o49,24book 2212 +anxius: .i. dubius
II 49,25uel p in m conuertitur, l uero uel m, in eas commutatur, ut imbuo,
24a12p49,25book 24221 convertitur: .i. n. {= E 17v28 .i. om. E}
24a12q49,25book 24228 vero: .i. sequente {= E 17v28}
24a12r49,25book 23232 eas: .l. ⁊ .m
24a12s49,25book 24221 commotatur: .n. {= E 17v28}
24a13t49,2524a5book 2211 imbuo: con·secraimm
[‘I consecrate’] [analysis]
II 49,26impius, combibo, compitum, collido, illudo, illido, immunis,
24a13u49,2624a6book 2211 25 competum: bélat .i. con ⁊ peto
[‘crossway, i.e. from ‘con’ (together) and ‘peto’ (h.l. come)’] [analysis]
24a14w49,2624a7book 2211 illudo: do·gáithaimm
[‘I deceive’] [analysis]
24a14x49,26book 2212 +immunis: .i. sine munerea
II 49,27communis.
II 49,28p nullam terminat syllabam, nisi sequente quoque ab ea incipiente, ut
24a15y49,28book 2423 sequente: sillaba
24a1549,28book 24123 sequente: " (24a16=49,28) incipiente: "
24a16z49,28book 23232 ea: .i. p {= E 17v30 .i. om. E}
II 49,29lippus, apparet, Hippocoon.
24a16aa49,2924a8book 2211 lippus: fliuchdercc
[‘wet-eyed’] [analysis]
24a17bb49,29book 2561 +hippocoon: nomen loci vel proprium

 

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Conspectus siglorum

Manuscripts

G
St Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, 904 (a. 851)
L
Leiden, Universiteitsbibliotheek, BPL 67 (a. 838)
K
Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, Aug. perg. CXXXII (s. IXb)
E
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, Latin 10290 (s. IXc–d)
M
Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Cod. A 138 sup. (s. IX)
T
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 229 (C.1.8) (s. XI)

Lemmata

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the enclosed part is in the preceding or following line in the MS
+
the gloss is not in the hand of the usual glossator A (in all MSS)
*
the gloss explains a corrupt lemma and/or sentence

Glosses

7
et/ocus
.i.
id est/ed-ón
= spiritus asper
< >
part of the gloss is illegible [note: < > sometimes also enclose later additions in the MS; these are being revised and distinguished with ( )]
[ ]
letters which should be deleted
abc
letters marked as deleted (but legible) in the MS
Rijcklof Hofman, Pádraic Moran, Bernhard Bauer, St Gall Priscian Glosses, version 2.1 (2023) <http://stgallpriscian.ie/index.php?kV=2&kP=49&id=1900> [accessed 6 December 2023]