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Grammatici Latini II, p. 505: Priscian, book 10 (De praeterito perfecto tertiae coniugationis)

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II 505,1innui innūtum, argui argūtum, unde et participium argutus (id est
II 505,2conuictus. Plautus in Pseudulo:
II 505,3«argutus malorum facinorum»)
II 505,4et futurum arguturus et deriuatiuum ex hoc uerbum argutor argutaris.
176b18d505,4book 10335[?] argutor: deponens
II 505,5inuenitur tamen in usu etiam arguiturus pro arguturus. Sallustius
II 505,6in II historiarum: «quod aduersum multi ex Bithynia
II 505,7uolentes adcurrere, falsum filium arguituri». [Plautus iterum in
176b21505,7book 10112[?] argúituri
II 505,8Pseudulo de sycophanta:
II 505,9«ecquid argutus † es?»
II 505,10pro conuictus]. excipitur rŭtum uel ruitum, quod u corripuit uel quod
176b22e505,10176b1book 1035 quod: ol .i. ideo excipiuntur
[‘because’] [analysis]
II 505,11i seruauit; nam secundum futuri participium, id est ruiturus, debet
II 505,12ruitum esse (Lucanus in IIII:
II 505,13«ruituraque semper /
II 505,14stat mirum moles»),
II 505,15secundum praeteritum uero debet rŭtum dici paenultima correpta.
176b25f505,15book 1052 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 505,16Virgilius in XI:
II 505,17«nec mihi cum Teucris ullum post erŭta bellum /
II 505,18Pergama».
II 505,19et uidetur hoc per syncopam i uocalis in praeterito prolatum, erutus pro
II 505,20eruitus, ideoque tempus perfecti simplex, quod habuit u ante i, seruasse.
176b27505,20book 1012 eruítus
176b28g505,20book 10543 simplicis: .i. ruitus
176b28h505,20176b2book 10541 quod: .i. angair robói hi ruitus fort/chomi hi rutus
[‘i.e. the short which was in rŭitus, is preserved in rŭtus’] [analysis]
II 505,21a spuo et metuo et pluo secundum analogiam sputum et metutum
II 505,22uel metuitum et plutum a pluui, uelut adiutum ab adiuui, debent
176b30i505,22176b3book 10543 adiutum: .i. vi. in .tum. in hís dano
[‘i.e. ui in tum in these also’] [analysis]
II 505,23facere, sed in usu ea non inueni. alia uero supra dictae terminationis uerba
II 505,24extremam syllabam praeteriti in ctum conuertunt, ut struxi structum,
II 505,25unxi unctum, liqui lictum; excipitur fluxum, ut iam supra dictum est.
II 505,26deponentia in quor mutant eam in cu et assumentia tum faciunt

 

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