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Grammatici Latini II, p. 6: Priscian, book 1 (De uoce, de littera)

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II 6,1uero sunt inarticulatae et illiteratae, quae nec scribi possunt nec intellegi,
II 6,2ut crepitus, mugitus et similia. scire autem debemus, quod has quattuor
3a28ii6,2book 14222 strepitus: .i. valvarum ⁊ lapidum reliqua
3a28kk6,2book 14222 mugitus: .i. boum vel reliqua
3a28ll6,2book 1423 similia: .i. exempla
3a296,2book 14141 quod: ; (3a30=6,3) proficiunt: ;
3a296,2book 14111 hás: ., (ibid.) quatuor: ., (3a29=6,3) species: .,
II 6,3species uocum perficiunt quattuor superiores differentiae generaliter uoci
3a30mm6,3book 1223 *proficiunt: .i. efficiunt
3a306,3book 14111 quatuor: " (ibid.) superiores: " (3a31=6,3) diffirentiae: " (3a31=6,4) accidentes: "
3a316,3book 14111 diffirentiae: .- (3a31=6,4) binae: .-
3a316,3book 153 diffirentiae: (m.d.) -,-,-, (cf. 3a9=5,5)
II 6,4accidentes, binae per singulas inuicem coeuntes. uox autem dicta est uel
3a31nn6,43a10book 1211 generaliter: .i. hit cenélcha sidi do guth
[‘i.e. these are general to voice’] [analysis]
3a31oo6,4book 1543 binae: .i. ut articulata literata reliqua
3a32pp6,4book 1423 singulas: .i. species
3a32qq6,43a11book 1543 *coeuntes: (m.l.) .i. cach gnúis fil and ata dechor imme·folṅgat tria n-emnad ut diximus.
[‘i.e. every aspect (species) which is therein there is a difference which they produce by doubling them, ut diximus’] [analysis]
3a32rr6,4book 152 vox: .i. diffinitio soni
3a326,4book 14143 dicta: .- (3a33=6,5) vel: .-
II 6,5a uocando, ut dux a ducendo, uel ἀπὸ τοῦ βοῶ, ut quibusdam placet.
3a33ss6,5book 1543 dux: .i. analogia
3a33tt6,5book 1221 απο: .i. ab του: .i. huius βοω: .i. soni .i. β. in .v. ⁊ οω. in .x. motata reliqua vel .i. verbum grecum .i. sono {cf. E 4v15 .i. ab hoc .i. a sono vocis}
3a34uu6,5book 1571 +(m.i.) (m.l.) in .II. libro boetii de musica ut sit vox pulsu est opus sed ut sit pulsus motus necesse est antecedat ut ergo sit vox motum esse necesse est ,
II 6,6

de litera

3b16,6book 14121 vocis: " (3b2=6,7) quae: "
3b1a6,6book 14226 com[po*sitae (s)]: .i. a literis ⁊ syllabis
3b2b6,6book 1541 compositio[ne]: .i. vigilat vocem simplicem .i. unam literam
II 6,7litera est pars minima uocis compositae, hoc est quae constat
3b36,7book 14142 minima: .- (3b5=c,8) etiam: .-
3b36,7book 14145 quan[tum]: ., (3b4=6,7) adprehensionem: .,
3b4c6,7book 1543 adprehensionem: .i. in comparatione totius partis
II 6,8compositione literarum, minima autem, quantum ad totam comprehensionem
3b4d6,83b1book 1543 vocis: .i. hi coindeiulc in gotho comtherchomraicthi o litrib
[‘i.e. in comparison with the word composed of letters’] [analysis]
3b4e6,8book 13232 hanc: .i. vocem
3b5f6,83b2book 1541 59 productae: .i. deithbir limm na litrae olchaenae
[‘i.e. lawful, I deem (for) the other letters (to be brevissimae partes)’] [analysis]
II 6,9uocis literatae (ad hanc enim etiam productae uocales breuissimae
3b6g6,9book 14228 vel: .i. minima est
3b66,9book 14111 omnium: : (ibid.) eorum: :
3b6h6,9book 1541 omnium: .i. orationis ⁊ verbi ⁊ sillabae
3b66,9book 14141 brevissimum: " (3b7=6,10) id: "
3b6i6,9book 1423 brevissimum: .i. ylementum
3b66,9book 14121 eorum: /. (3b7=6,9) quae: /.
3b6k6,93b3book 1211 3113 eorum: .i. innaní
[‘i.e. of those’] [analysis]
II 6,10partes inueniuntur) uel quod omnium est breuissimum eorum, quae diuidi
3b8l6,10book 152 littera: .i. difinitio substantiae
II 6,11possunt, id quod diuidi non potest. possumus et sic definire: litera est uox,
II 6,12quae scribi potest indiuidua.
II 6,13dicitur autem litera uel quasi legitera, quod legendi iter praebeat,
3b10m6,133b4book 1211 a lituris: .i. ua lenomnaib
[‘i.e. from the acts of adhering to’] [analysis]
3b10n6,133b5book 1571 literas: (m.d.) C- .i. timmorta li. quia correptum lego ⁊ si a lino correptum ⁊ is (m.d.) epenthesis dobeir .t. n-and. do immolung fuit apud poetas reliqua
[‘i.e. the li (in littera) is short because lěgo is short, et si etc., and it is an epenthesis that inserts a t in it, to make length in the poets, etc.’] [analysis]
II 6,14uel a lituris, ut quibusdam placet, quod plerumque in ceratis tabulis
3b13o6,14book 125 ylementorum: (subs.) .i. lino elivi elitum .i. tum in mentum reliqua
3b13p6,143b6book 1543 vocabulo: .i. co n·epertar doib ylementa {cf. E 4v23 .i. litteras vocabant elementa .i. universitatis materiae}
[‘i.e. so that they are called elementa’] [analysis]
3b13q6,14book 14221 noncupaverunt: .i. auctores
II 6,15antiqui scribere solebant. literas autem etiam elementorum uocabulo
3b14r6,153b7book 1211 ylementorum: inna ndule
[‘of the elements’] [analysis]
3b146,15book 14142 ylementorum: " (ibid.) enim: "
3b146,15book 14141 enim: ., (3b17=6,17) [com]ponunt: .,
3b14s6,15book 13232 illa: .i. ylementa
3b15t6,153b8book 1541 coeuntia: cach di dúil reliqua
[‘every two elements (two by two), etc.’] [analysis]
3b15u6,153b9book 1211 313 omne: in n-uile
[‘all’] [analysis]
3b156,15book 14111 omne: " (3b15=6,16) corpus (sic): "
II 6,16nuncupauerunt ad similitudinem mundi elementorum: sicut enim illa coeuntia omne
3b15w6,16book 14222 corpus: .i. mundi
3b15x6,16book 13232 hae: .i. literae
3b16y6,163b10book 1211 4222 corpus: .i. corp suin
[‘i.e. the body of the word’] [analysis]
3b166,16book 14142 corpus: : (3b17=6,17) nam: :
II 6,17perficiunt corpus, sic etiam haec coniuncta literalem uocem quasi corpus
3b17z6,17book 1?[?] nam: b...? sb..? .i. b..?
3b176,17book 14141 nam: ., (3b19=6,18) corpus: ., (ibid.) ostenditur: .,
3b18aa6,173b11book 1211 541 (aer) corpus: 7 is corp
[‘and it is a body’] [analysis]
II 6,18aliquod componunt uel magis uere corpus. nam si aer corpus est, et uox,
3b19bb6,183b12book 1541 quippe: .i. cani deithbir si dicatur corpus proprium est corporis tangere ⁊ tangi ⁊ dividi reliqua
[‘i.e. is it not lawful si, etc. ’] [analysis]
3b19cc6,18book 14221 tangit: (subs.) .i. vox
II 6,19quae ex aere icto constat, corpus esse ostenditur, quippe cum et tangit
3b20dd6,19book 134 tripertito: .i. adverbium
3b20ee6,19book 14221 dividitur: vox
3b206,19book 14121 dividitur: ; (ibid.) quod: ;
3b206,19book 14142 dividitur: " (3b21=6,19) hoc: "
3b206,19book 14142 dividitur: : (3b22=6,20) unde: :
3b20ff6,19book 1212 suum: .i. proprium {= E 4v29}
3b21gg6,19book 1541 (in) altitudinem: .i. in acentu vocis
II 6,20aurem et tripertito diuiditur, quod est suum corporis, hoc est in
3b21hh6,203b13book 1541 latitudinem: in dasian .i. i mbucai no lethit
[‘into rough breathing or into soft breathing or breadth’] [analysis]
3b21ii6,20book 1541 longuitudi[nem]: .i. in accentu temporis
3b22kk6,203b14book 1543 omni: .i. dind trediu remeperthu
[‘i.e. of the three things aforesaid’] [analysis]
II 6,21altitudinem, latitudinem, longitudinem, unde ex omni quoque parte potest audiri.
3b23ll6,213b15book 1543 34 [preter]ea: cenmitha fo·dailter ind rann insce
[‘besides that the part of speech is divided’] [analysis]
3b24mm6,21book 1212 (in) tenore: in accentu {= E 5r1}
II 6,22praeterea tamen singulae syllabae altitudinem quidem habent in tenore,
3b24nn6,22book 1212 latitudinem: .i. idem ⁊ crasitudo
3b24oo6,223b16book 1541 (in) spiritu: .i. in dasian vel psilin
[‘i.e. in rough breathing or psilin’] [analysis]
II 6,23crassitudinem uero uel latitudinem in spiritu, longitudinem in tempore.
3b26pp6,233b17book 1541 nota: .i. not inchoisc .i. pronuntiationis .i. in chumachtai ⁊ ind fogair
[‘i.e. a note of signification, i.e. of pronunciation, i.e. of the power and of the sound’] [analysis]
II 6,24litera igitur est nota elementi et uelut imago quaedam uocis literatae,
3b27qq6,24book 13221 quae: .i. nota
3b27rr6,243b18book 1541 qualitate: .i. ind tóraind .i. cruindae dirge vel vocalis vel consonans
[‘i.e. of the figure, i.e. roundness or straightness […]’] [analysis]
3b27ss6,243b19book 1211 541 quantitate: .i. o méit di flescaib bís hisin tórunt .i. mad óenflesc is .i. mad di ḟlisc is .n. reliqua
[‘i.e. from the quantity of strokes, which is in the figure, i.e. if it be one stroke it is an i, if two strokes it is an n, etc.’] [analysis]
3b28tt6,243b20book 1541 linearum: .i. inna glaosnaithe no inna fuath .i. is hé in gloṡnáthe caracter inna liter
[‘i.e. of the lines or of the forms, i.e. the character of the letters is the figure’] [analysis]
II 6,25quae cognoscitur ex qualitate et quantitate figurae linearum. hoc ergo
3b29uu6,253b21book 1211 23 [yle]menta: .i. cumachtai
[‘i.e. powers’] [analysis]
3b29ww6,253b22book 1211 23 literas: carachtra
[‘characters’] [analysis]
3b30xx6,253b23book 1543 [ip]sae: .i. derb-aisṅdísin . derb-ḟogir
[‘i.e. certain precise pronounciations, certain precise sounds’] [analysis]
II 6,26interest inter elementa et literas, quod elementa proprie dicuntur ipsae

 

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