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Grammatici Latini II, p. 512: Priscian, book 10 (De praeterito perfecto tertiae coniugationis)

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II 512,1«parsurus pecuniis bene partis».
II 512,2Liuius in XXVI ab urbe condita: «nedum eos Capuae parsuros
178b21"512,2book 10112[?] nobís
II 512,3credam». senesco inchoatiuum est: nam positiuum eius seneo
II 512,4inuenitur in usu. Accius in Telepho:
II 512,5«iamiam stupido Thessala somno /
II 512,6pectora languentque senentque».
II 512,7Pacuuius in Periboea:
II 512,8«quamquam aetas senet, satis habeam uirium, ut te
II 512,9ara arceam».
II 512,10a seneo igitur, non a senesco fit praeteritum senui. Sallustius
II 512,11in I historiarum: «nisi cum ira belli desenuisset». idem etiam
II 512,12participium praeteriti temporis ex eo protulit, quamuis sit neutrale, in
II 512,13IIII: «omnis, quibus senecto corpore animus militaris erat»;
II 512,14nec mirum, cum in aliis quoque plurimis eiusdem significationis uerbis
II 512,15inueniantur ueteres praeteriti temporis participia proferentes, ut prandeo
II 512,16pransus, caeno caenatus, placeo placitus, mereo meritus, pateo
II 512,17passus, careo cassus, poto potus pro potatus, titubo titubatus. iuro
178b23''b512,17178b1book 10543 iuro: .i. ciall chésto ⁊ gnima and
[‘i.e. the meaning of the passive and the active in it’] [analysis]
II 512,18quoque iuratus tam in actiua quam in passiua inuenitur significatione. et
II 512,19haec quidem etiam iunioribus in usu manserunt, illa uero obsoluerunt:
178b16"c512,19book 103232 haec: .i. participia
178b16"d512,19book 10541 iunoribus: .i. grammaticis novis
178b17"e512,19book 103232 illa: .i. verba . sub .r.
178b17"f512,19178b2book 10211 543 obsoleverunt: .i. roseircset .i. nisfil/ hodie
[‘i.e. they have become obsolete, i.e. they are not today’] [analysis]
II 512,20discedo discessus, hoc est qui discessit; similiter intereo interitus,
178b18"512,20book 104145 discessus: " (ibid.) est: " (ibid.) discessit: "
II 512,21occido occasus. sed eorum usus in libro, qui inscriptus est de participio,
178b21"g512,21178b3, 4book 10541 inscriptus: .i. scríbend menmman/ .i. robbói/ fora innd/ṡliuchtsom
[‘i.e. an intended writing, i.e. it had been in his mind’] [analysis]
II 512,22inuenies. deponentia uero in scor desinentia, in antepaenultima quidem
II 512,23syllaba a uel i correptas habentia, in ctum faciunt supinum, ut pacĭscor
II 512,24pactum, proficĭscor profectum, expergĭscor experrectum facit, quamuis
II 512,25uetustissimi etiam expergitus dicebant. Lucilius in III:

 

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