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Grammatici Latini II, p. 503: Priscian, book 10 (De praeterito perfecto tertiae coniugationis)

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II 503,1«penetrat penitus thalamoque potītur».
II 503,2infinitum tamen secundum quartam semper inuenitur. Cicero in II
II 503,3inuectiuarum: «rerum potiri uolunt». supinum in itum desinit
176a22503,3book 1012 potíri
II 503,4paenultima producta, potītum.
176a23503,4book 1012 potítum
II 503,5in uo diuisas quacumque antecedente consonante desinentia mutant
II 503,6o in i, ut acuo acui, imbuo imbui, induo indui, diluo dilui, annuo
II 503,7annui, spuo spui, suo sui, metuo metui, arguo argui. Virgilius
176a25"f503,7book 1052 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 503,8in VIIII:
II 503,9«Nisus ad haec: me nulla dies [umquam] tam fortibus
II 503,10ausis /
II 503,11dissimilem arguerit; tantum fortuna secunda».
II 503,12idem in XI:
176a27"g503,12book 1052 idem: (m.l.) virgilius
II 503,13«uerba redarguerit».
II 503,14excipiuntur struo struxi, fluo fluxi, pluo pluui. Liuius in I ab urbe
176a28"h503,14book 10542 excipiuntur: quia non .o. i. motantia
176a28"503,14book 104143 excipiuntur: .- (176a33"=504,1) coquo: .-
II 503,15condita et in XXI et in XXII: «lapidibus pluuisse» et in XXIIII:
II 503,16«sanguine pluuit». nam unguo Nisus quidem et Papirianus et
II 503,17Probus tam ungui quam unxi dicunt facere praeteritum, Charisius

 

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