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Grammatici Latini II, p. 525: Priscian, book 10 (De praeterito perfecto tertiae coniugationis)

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II 525,1a immutabilem seruauit et dego syncopam euphoniae causa protulit.
181b5"525,1book 104142 4141 exci[piuntur]: .- (181b8"=525,3) quamvis: .- (181b10"=525,5) ait: .-
181b6"525,1book 1053 [exci]piuntur: (m.l.) ├'' (cf. 181a19)
II 525,2excipiuntur mutantia simplicis significationem, quae superius posuimus:
II 525,3neglego neglexi, diligo dilexi, intellego intellexi, quamuis Aemilius
II 525,4Macer in XVI annalium: «omnium nostrum neglegerit
II 525,5auctoritatem», pro neglexerit ait. supina in si quidem facientia
II 525,6praeteritum per sum proferunt secundum supra dictam regulam, ut mergo
II 525,7mersi mersum, spargo sparsi sparsum, tergo uel tergeo tersi
II 525,8tersum. alia uero omnia go in ctum conuertunt, ut rego rectum,
181b13525,8book 104142 go: ., (181b15=525,10) tamen: .,
II 525,9iungo iunctum, tingo tinctum, lego lectum, pungo punctum, ago
II 525,10actum. abiciunt tamen n euphoniae causa haec quae paenultimam a
II 525,11habent uel i, ut frango fractum, pango pactum, tango tactum, fingo
181b17525,11seq.book 1053 pictum: (m.l.) ¿- (cf. 181b29)
II 525,12fictum, pingo pictum, stringo strictum, ringo rictum. excipitur
181b18c525,12181b2book 10211 ringo: gloidim
[‘I cry out’] [analysis]
II 525,13cingo cinctum, tingo tinctum et stingo stinctum et ex eis
II 525,14composita: succingo succinctum, extingo extinctum. ango quoque
181b19525,14book 1053 extingo: (m.l.) "├ (cf. 176b1)
181b20d525,14181b3book 10211 ango: doimmurc
[‘I press’] [analysis]
181b20525,14book 104142 differentiae (causa): " (181b21=525,15) nam: "
II 525,15differentiae causa seruauit n in supino anctum, nam ab ago actum fit.
181b20525,15book 104142 an[ctum]: .- (181b21=525,16) tamen: .-
II 525,16quidam tamen etiam anxus eius participium protulerunt. et omnia in
181b22e525,16book 10423 omnia: verba
II 525,17compositione integras seruant simplicis literas, quamuis in aliis modis
181b23f525,17book 104226 servant: in sopino
II 525,18mutentur, ut rego rectum, pergo et porgo perrectum et porrectum,
II 525,19ago actum, cogo coactum, abigo abactum, tango tactum, contingo
II 525,20contactum, frango fractum, defringo defractum; pango pactum,
II 525,21impingo impactum. et possumus hoc existimare differentiae causa in
II 525,22plerisque fieri, ne, si perrictum et abictum et defrictum et impictum
181b28g525,22book 1025 543 perrictum: perringo
181b29h525,22book 1025 543 [abi]ctum: abico
181b29i525,22book 1025 543 defrictum: defrico
181b29k525,22book 1025 543 impictum: impingo á pingo .i. pictum compositum
181b29525,22book 1053 impictum: (m.l.) ¿- (cf. 181b17)
II 525,23diceremus, alias significationes monstrare putarentur. Lucanus in V:
II 525,24«inpactae cessere fores».

 

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