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Grammatici Latini II, p. 504: Priscian, book 10 (De praeterito perfecto tertiae coniugationis)

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II 504,1uero unxi tantum. coquo uel, ut alii, coco coxi, linquo liqui,
II 504,2tinguo uel tingo tinxi. haec tamen non uidentur in uo diuisas terminare,
II 504,3in quibus u uim literae amittit, unde in guo quidem syllabam terminantia
176a36504,3book 104142 amittat: " (ibid.) unde: "
II 504,4huiuscemodi seruant regulam in go terminatorum, sicut et quae in quo
II 504,5finiuntur, rationem sequuntur in co desinentium: dicimus igitur unguo
176a39504,5book 104143 dicimus: " (176a40=504,6) et: "
II 504,6unxi et linguo linxi, ut pingo pinxi, et linquo liqui, ut uinco uici,
176a39i504,6176a1book 10211 linguo: lígim
[‘I lick’] [analysis]
II 504,7ninguo quoque ninxi, unde et nix, sicut a duxi dux, a rexi rex.
II 504,8Virgilius in III georgicon:
II 504,9«interea toto non setius aequore niuguit».
176a42k504,9book 1052 interea .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilii ge- orgicon .III.o
176b m.s.a174book 1059 (m.s.) uit mochrob
[‘alas! my hand’] [analysis]
II 504,10Accius in Andromeda:
II 504,11«cum ninxerint caelestium molem mihi».
II 504,12extinguo etiam extinxi, cuius simplex stinguo in raro est usu.
176b1b504,12book 1053 extingo: (m.l.) "├ inante (cf. 181b19)
176b2c504,12book 1052 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 504,13Virgilius in IIII:
II 504,14«cum genere extinxem, memet super ipsa dedissem»
II 504,15pro extinxissem protulit. Cicero tamen in Arato stinguens participio
II 504,16usus est, quod a uerbo stinguo nascitur:
II 504,17«quem neque tempestas perimet neque longa uetustas /
II 504,18interimet stinguens praeclara insignia caeli».
II 504,19idem passiuum eius uerbi in prognosticis protulit:
II 504,20«ut cum luna means Hyperionis officit orbi, /
II 504,21stinguuntur radii caeca caligine tecti».
II 504,22illud quoque sciendum, quod in ui diuisas terminantia praeteritum
II 504,23perfectum cum soleant corripere paenultimam, tamen uetustissimi inueniuntur
II 504,24etiam produxisse eandem paenultimam, in his maxime, quae a praesenti
II 504,25in uo desinente diuisas proficiscuntur, ut eruo erūi, arguo argūi,
II 504,26annuo annūi. Ennius in II:
II 504,27«adnūit sese mecum decernere ferro».
II 504,28supina eorum i praeteriti in tum conuertunt et producunt u
II 504,29paenultimam: acui acūtum, imbui imbūtum, indui indūtum, annui annūtum,

 

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