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Grammatici Latini II, p. 492: Priscian, book 9 (De generali uerbi declinatione)

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II 492,1«quid decimas partes? quantum mi alieni fuit, /
II 492,2polluxi tibi iam publicando epulo Herculis /
II 492,3decimas».
II 492,4supino in ui quidem diuisas facientia praeteritum neutra deficiunt,
173b20"d492,4book 93114 *sopina: .i. per
173b20"492,4book 9?[?] *sopina: ./ (m.l.) ./ (?)
II 492,5sicut supra diximus, ut canui, stupui, tepui, horrui, parui, egui;
II 492,6deficit etiam metui, timui; nam a carui uel caritum uel cassum
173b24"492,6book 958 (m.l.) ¹ (a .. posse)
173b24"e492,6173b2book 94228 carui: .i. is airi níthabur duit ón
[‘i.e. it is therefore I do not put it for you’] [analysis]
II 492,7uidetur posse dici, quia futuri participium cariturus, praeteriti cassus
II 492,8inuenitur. Iuuenalis in II, quomodo ante relatum est:
II 492,9«tollere dulcem /
II 492,10cogitat heredem cariturus turture magno».
II 492,11Virgilius in II Aeneidos:
II 492,12«demisere neci, nunc cassum lumine lugent».
173b27f492,12book 952 demisere .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
II 492,13actiua uero plerumque ui uocales in i correptam conuertentia assumunt
II 492,14tum, ut habeo habui habitum, inhibeo inhibui inhibitum, praebeo
II 492,15praebui praebitum, moneo monui monitum. pauca autem ui in tum
II 492,16uertunt, nisi consonantium natura prohibeat, ut tenuo tenui tentum,
173b31492,16book 94142 natura: ..- (173b34=492,18) posunt: ..-
II 492,17doceo docui doctum. censui uero censum, quia in simplici dictione n
173b32g492,17173b3book 9543 censum: ní censtum
[‘it is not censtum’] [analysis]
173b32492,17book 94141 quia: " (173b33=492,18) s: " (ibid.) t: " (173b34=492,18) non: "
II 492,18antecedente s et t sine r sequi non possunt. iussi uero et mulsi et
173b34h492,18173b4book 9541 posunt: (m.l.) cotecat/ immurgu diam/bé .r. ut/ monstrans
[‘they (s, t) can do it, however, if there be r, as monstrans’] [analysis]
II 492,19mansi et haesi secundum praenuntiatam regulam in si proferentium
II 492,20praeteritum i in um conuertentia faciunt supinum: iussi iussum, mulsi
II 492,21mulsum, mansi mansum, haesi haesum. a sorbui sorbitum, a
II 492,22sorpsi uero sorptum debet fieri supinum, ut ab habeo habitum et
173b38i492,22book 9543 debet (fieri): 7 non fit
173b38k492,22book 9543 ut: analogia
II 492,23praebeo praebitum et a scripsi scriptum et nupsi nuptum, quorum
173b39l492,23173b5book 9543 scripsi: analogia don sorptum
[‘by analogy of sorptum’] [analysis]
II 492,24neutrum adhuc in usu inueni (id est nec sorbitum nec sorptum). a
173b40m492,24173b6book 9543 *neutrum: .i. ni airecar nectar de
[‘i.e. neither of the two is found’] [analysis]
II 492,25luxi quoque luctum et a polluxi polluctum exigit ratio in xi
II 492,26terminantis praeteriti, sed auctoritas deficit. neui uero in ui terminantium
II 492,27seruat regulam, in supino conuertens ui in tum, ut neui netum.

 

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