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Grammatici Latini II, p. 53: Priscian, book 2 (De syllaba, de dictione, de oratione, de nomine, etc.)

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II 53,1quando post uocalem natura longam duae consonantes sequuntur uel una
II 53,2duplex, ut mōns, rēx. tamen in metro necesse est unamquamque
25b9c53,225b1book 2543 metro: .i. fri toimsidetaid metair
[‘i.e. for the measurement of metre’] [analysis]
II 53,3syllabam uel unius uel duorum accipi temporum.
25b10d53,3book 2423 unius: .i. temporis {= E 18v10}
II 53,4numerus literarum accidit syllabae, quia, ut supra diximus, non minus
25b1253,4book 24141 non: .- (25b12=53,5) non: .- (25b13=53,5) potest: .-
II 53,5quam unius nec plus quam sex literarum apud Latinos potest inueniri
25b12e53,5book 2423 unius: literae
II 53,6syllaba.
II 53,7

de dictione

II 53,8dictio est pars minima orationis constructae, id est in ordine
25b15f53,825b2book 23113 543 minima: .i. hi coindeulgg inna innsce óge
[‘i.e. in comparison with the complete discourse’] [analysis]
25b1553,8book 24122 minima: ,,, (25b19=53,10) hoc: ,,,
25b16g53,825b3book 2541 constructae: .i. cen dualchi
[‘i.e. without vices’] [analysis]
25b16h53,825b4book 2541 (in) ordi[nem]: .i. in ordd cóir
[‘i.e. into proper order’] [analysis]
II 53,9compositae: pars autem, quantum ad totum intellegendum, id est ad totius
25b17i53,925b5book 24227 541 pars: .i. minima .i. is rann-si ám orationis
[‘i.e. it is verily a part of speech’] [analysis]
II 53,10sensus intellectum; hoc autem ideo dictum est, ne quis conetur uires in
25b19k53,10book 2543 3232 dictum: .i. ideo dixi dictionem partem minimam {orationis esse add. E} .-
25b19l53,10book 2541 conetur: (m.d.) .i. {om. E} ne quis dicat alteratam quanquam partem dictionem esse .- {= E 18v14 alteratam - partem: unicuique parti E}
II 53,11duas partes diuidere, hoc est in ui et res, uel quaedam huiuscemodi.
25b20m53,1125b6book 2541 dividere: .i. co·n-epred iarum is pars minima orationis (m.d.) cechtar in da leithe sin .i. ví. ⁊ res. ar is pars minima dictionis sillaba ní pars orationis ..-
[‘i.e. that he then should say each of those two parts vi- and -res is pars minima orationis, for a syllable is pars minima dictionis and not pars orationis’] [analysis]
25b21n53,11book 23232 quaedam: .i. nomina vel verba
II 53,12non enim ad totum intellegendum haec fit diuisio.
25b22o53,1225b7book 2543 336[?] [in]telligendum: .i. do láni chétbutho inna huilae insce ..
[‘i.e. for the fulness of meaning of the whole discourse (dictio)’] [analysis]
II 53,13differt autem dictio a syllaba, non solum quod syllaba pars est
25b2253,13book 24141 4143 differt: " (25b23=53,13) solum: " (25b24=53,14) sed: " {= K 12r29-30, symb. sec. om K}
25b23p53,1325b8book 2211 35 pars: .i. ol as rann
[‘i.e. because it is a part’] [analysis]
II 53,14dictionis, sed etiam quod dictio dicendum, hoc est intellegendum, aliquid habet.
25b2453,14book 24141 quod: ., (25b25=53,14) habet: .,
25b24q53,1425b9book 2211 336[?] dicendum: .i. beth eperthi
[‘i.e. it should be to be said’] [analysis]
25b24r53,1425b10book 2541 intel[ligendum]: .i. sluindith folad ind epert.
[‘i.e. the word expresses substance’] [analysis]
II 53,15syllaba autem non omni modo aliquid significat per se: ergo monosyllabae
25b25s53,1525b11book 2211 (non) omni (modo): .i. o nach mud etir
[‘i.e. in any way at all’] [analysis]
II 53,16dictiones possunt quodammodo esse et syllabae, non tamen sincere, quia
25b27t53,1625b12book 234 quodammodo: .i. ualailiu mud fri sillaba nád·tóirṅdet ḟolad ..
[‘i.e. in another way (quodammodo) to syllables that signify no substance’] [analysis]
25b28u53,1625b13book 2541 *sincoere: .i. issí int sillab diuit sillab ellaig raine ⁊ nad·ṡluindi folad .,
[‘i.e. this is the simple syllable, a syllable in the body of a part (of speech), and which does not express a substance’] [analysis]
25b28w53,16book 2212 +*sincoere: (m.l.) sincere .i. pure vel simpliciter
II 53,17numquam syllaba per se potest aliquid significare: hoc enim proprium est
25b28x53,1725b14book 2543 *nun[quam]: (m.d.) Ní·sluindi sillab folad trée feisin manip sin sillab coní bes rann insce .,
[‘No syllable by itself expresses a substance, unless it be a syllable which is able to be a part of speech’] [analysis]
25b28y53,17book 24226 +quia: .sine sensu
25b29z53,17book 24227 syllaba: .i. sincoera {= E 18v18 sincera E}
25b29aa53,17book 2543 per se: secundum naturam
25b3053,17book 24122 significare: .- (ibid.) hoc: .-
II 53,18dictionis. unde si dicam a, per se scio esse syllabam, nec tempora
25b31bb53,1825b15book 2?[?] si dicam: (m.d.) Sí dicam .i. [fil] sillaib ṅdiuit [fodl]-sidi ir rainn frisa ../ insce ../ beid ar is .. vel is/ [remṡuidi] .. / vel is in../..
[‘i.e. <’a’ which is> separate simple syllable a part ... For it is or it is a preposition or ... (?)’] [analysis]
25b3153,18book 24122 se: " (ibid.) syllabam: "
25b31cc53,18book 2542 scio: .i. quia de parte dirimo {.i. separo add. E} {= E 18v19}
25b32dd53,1825b16book 2541 tempora: .i. ce mét aimmser bes indi
[‘i.e. what times may be in it’] [analysis]
25b3253,18book 24142 tempora: .- (25b35=53,20) nam: .-
II 53,19tamen eius nec tenorem nec spiritum nec significationem agnosco, donec
25b32ee53,19book 2541 tenorem: .i. Acutum vel circumflexum vel gravem
25b33ff53,19book 2541 spiritum: .i. / vel 1 {cf. E 18v20 .i. dasien et silen}
25b33gg53,1925b17book 2541 significationem: .i. cid ḟolad ṡluindes
[‘i.e. (I know not) what substance it signifies’] [analysis]
II 53,20cognouero dictionem, in qua ponitur. nam in ara deorum a
25b34hh53,20book 2212 dictio[nem]: partem {= E 18v21 .i. add. E}
25b35ii53,2025b18book 2211 23 ara: altóir {cf. E 18v21 .i. altor}
[‘altar’] [analysis]
II 53,21paenultima producitur et circumflectitur in nominatiuo nec habet aspirationem,
25b36kk53,21book 23117[?] nominati[vo]: .i. ara {cf. E 18v22 ára E}
II 53,22cum autem significat stabulum porcorum, eadem syllaba paenultima
26a1a53,2226a1book 2211 stabulum (porcorum): .i. muccḟoil
[‘i.e. pig-sty’] [analysis]
26a1b53,2226a2book 2211 23 eadem: .i. hára .i. muccḟoil
[‘i.e. ‘hara’ (sty), i.e. pig-sty’] [analysis]
II 53,23corripitur et acuitur et habet aspirationem; haec eadem a, quando est
26a4c53,23book 253 prepositio: (m.l.) Lege prepositionem .,
II 53,24praepositio, grauatur et producitur et est sine aspiratione. uides ergo per se
26a4d53,2426a3book 2541 gravatur: .i. in tan ṁbís hi comaisṅdís
[‘i.e. when it is in apposition’] [analysis]
II 53,25ipsam syllabam deficere praedictorum ratione nec aliter posse examussim
26a5e53,25book 2543 ipsam: .i. decerptam de parte orationis.-
26a5f53,2526a4book 24227 541 syllabam: (subs.) .i. solam .i. ind sillab diuit nád·ṡluindi folad .,
[‘i.e. the simple syllable which does not denote a substance’] [analysis]
26a6g53,25book 2423 predictorum: .i. accidentium sillabae {= E 18v25}
26a7h53,2526a5book 2211 examosim: .i. ind immdae
[‘i.e. abundantly’] [analysis]
26a7i53,25book 2212 examosim: (m.l.) cominianus, Examosim pro Examinato.., reliqua.,
26a7k53,25book 2212 examosim: (m.l.) En- Examosim absolute vel certe diligenter
II 53,26tractari, nisi posita sit in dictione.
26a7l53,2626a6book 2543 tractari: .i. co·n-eperthae cia aiccent ⁊ cisi aimser derb thechtas reliqua
[‘i.e. so that it might be said what accent and what certain time it has, etc.’] [analysis]
II 53,27

de oratione

II 53,28oratio est ordinatio dictionum congrua, sententiam perfectam
26a1053,28book 24111 ordinatio: " (26a11=53,28) congrua: "
26a10m53,2826a7book 2211 dictio[num]: .i. inna focul
[‘i.e. of the words’] [analysis]
26a11n53,2826a8book 2213 congrua: cen fubae cen dualaich
[‘without flaw, without fault’] [analysis]
26a11o53,2826a9book 2543 perfec[tam]: .i. co láni inntṡliuchto
[‘i.e. with fulness of sense’] [analysis]
II 53,29demonstrans. est autem haec definitio orationis eius, quae est generalis, id est
26a13p53,29book 23233 (haec) diffinitio: .i. predicta {= E 18v27}
26a1353,29book 24111 orationis: " (ibid.) eius: "
26a13q53,29book 2542 generalis: quia habet omnes partes in se ideo dixit generalis ., {= E 18v27 .i. add. E generalis dixit E}
26a1353,29book 24142 generalis: ... (26a14=53,30) nam: ...
II 53,30quae in species siue partes diuiditur. nam oratio dicitur etiam liber
26a14r53,3026a10book 2541 212 species: .i. coil ⁊ cóim vel idem ac partes quod melius
[‘i.e. delicate (gracilis) and beautiful […]’] [analysis]
26a14s53,30book 24222 partes: .i. orationis
26a14t53,3026a11book 252 541 nam: (m.l.) híc ostendit ce·róich hi meit ⁊ lagait aní as oratio ..,
[‘here he shows how far the word oratio extends in greatness and in smallness’] [analysis]

 

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