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Grammatici Latini II, p. 79: Priscian, book 2 (De syllaba, de dictione, de oratione, de nomine, etc.)

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II 79,1eiusdem declinationis exceptis in cus supra duas syllabas uel in culus,
II 79,2de quibus paulo ante docuimus, et in ium propria, si faciant deriuatiua
37a2279,2book 24111 dirivata: ., (37a23=79,3) terminantia: .,
II 79,3in nus terminantia, i longam habebunt paenultimam, ut auster
37a2379,3book 24111 longuam: " (37a24=79,3) peneultimam: "
37a24l79,3book 2563 +auster: .i. nomen venti
II 79,4austrīnus, adulter adulterīnus, macer Macrīnus, libertus libertīnus, diuus
37a25m79,437a3book 2211 macer: séim
[‘slender’] [analysis]
37a25n79,4book 2541 +mac*rinus (e): ista nomina possunt propria et appellativa fieri
37a26o79,437a4book 2211 [liber]tus: sóermug
[‘an enfranchised slave’] [analysis]
II 79,5diuīnus, probus Probīnus, rufus Rufīnus, maximus Maximīnus,
37a26p79,5book 2566[?] +probus: proprium
37a27q79,537a5book 2566[?] 211 +rufus: proprium derc
[‘i.e. a proper name, or red’] [analysis]
37a28r79,5book 2566[?] +marcellus: proprium
II 79,6Marcellus Marcellīnus, carus Carīnus, mancus Mancīnus, Regium
37a29s79,6book 2212 +carus: .i. delectus
37a30t79,6book 2561 [re]gium: civitas
II 79,7Regīnus [Venusium Venusīnus, Signium Signīnus, Perusium Perusīnus,
37a31w79,7book 2561 perussium: civitas {= E 25r32}
37a31x79,7book 2566[?] 561 venussium: proprium ⁊ civitas
II 79,8Opitergium Opitergīnus], Canusium Canusīnus. excipiuntur ab humo
37a30u79,8book 2561 canusium: civitas {= E 25r32}
37a32y79,837a6 book 24226 excipiuntur: hua anmanaib in us
[‘from nouns in -us’] [analysis]
37a32z79,8book 2542 humo: quia non huminus facit
II 79,9humanus et mundo mundanus et priscus Priscianus, sed hoc magis a
37a34aa79,9book 2542 magis: quia i. antepeneultimam habet {= E 25v1 i. om. E}
II 79,10Priscio uidetur esse deriuatum; nam quod a Taurominio Taurominitanus
37a34bb79,1037a7book 253 nam .. etc: (m.l.) Ar chiunn E (cf. 38b9=82,1)
[‘ further on’] [analysis]
37a3479,10book 24141 nam: " (37a36=79,11) sequimur: "
37a34cc79,1037a8book 24228 543 nam: .i. ní exceptaid linn són sed regula
[‘i.e. we do not deem this an exception but a rule’] [analysis]
37a35dd79,10book 2561 +taurominio: nomen loci vel nomen civitatis
37a35ee79,10book 2566[?] +taurominitanus: .i. habitator illius loci
II 79,11dicimus, sequimur Graecos, qui Taurominites dicunt. gentilia enim apud
37a37ff79,1137a9book 2211 gentilia: cenelcha
[‘belonging to race’] [analysis]
II 79,12Graecos in της desinentia mutata es in a accipiunt nus, cum in
37a3879,12book 24123 motata: .- (ibid.) es: .-
II 79,13hanc formam ueniunt: Μητροπολίτης Metropolitanus, Νεαπολίτης
37a40gg79,13book 2561 +metrapolites: nomen civis
37a40hh79,13book 2561 +neo[polites]: civis
37a41ii79,13book 2221 neo[polites]: (m.l.) neos grece novus latine neominia nova luna
II 79,14Neapotitanus. item i seruant omnia, quae a nominibus mutorum animalium,
II 79,15cuiuscumque sint declinationis, deriuantur in hanc formam: aper aprinus,
37b2a79,15book 23233 4222 formam: .i. possesivorum {= E 25v6 .i. om. E}
37b2b79,1537b1book 2211 aper: torc allid
[‘a wild boar’] [analysis]
37b2c79,1537b2book 2211 aprinus: torcde {= E 25v6 .i. add. E}
[‘boarlike’] [analysis]
II 79,16caper caprinus, ceruus ceruinus, porcus porcinus, taurus taurinus,
37b2d79,1637b3book 2211 caper: gabor
[‘goat’] [analysis]
37b5''e79,1637b4book 2211 cervinus: damde
[‘deerlike’] [analysis]
37b9''f79,1637b5book 2211 taurinus: tarbde
[‘bull-like’] [analysis]
II 79,17ferus uel fera ferinus, canis caninus, lepus leporis leporinus, lupus
37b10''g79,1737b6book 2211 ferus: .i. best
[‘i.e. wild beast’] [analysis]
37b16''h79,1737b7book 2211 leporinus: patnide
[‘pertaining to a hare or hares’] [analysis]
II 79,18lupinus, formica formicinus (Plautus in Menaechmis:
II 79,19«atque eccum incedit; moue formicinum gradum»),
II 79,20hirundo hirundininus (idem in rudente:

 

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