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Grammatici Latini III, p. 77: Priscian, book 15 (De aduerbio, de interiectione)

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III 77,1audaciter, multa inprobe fecisti»). excipitur facilis, quod pro
III 77,2faciliter facile aduerbii loco habuit in usu (Virgilius in XI:
228b43e77,2book 1552 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
228b m.i.fbook 1559 (m.i.) tempus est prandii
229a m.s.a229abook 1559 (m.s.) Gaib do chuil isin charcair . ni róis chluim na colcaid truag insin amail bachal . rot giuil indṡrathar dodcaid
[‘Take your corner in the prison: you shall reach neither down nor pallet: sad is that, you servant of the rods, the packsaddle of ill-luck has stuck to you’] [analysis]
229a m.s.bbook 1559 (m.s.) criste benedic
III 77,3«quam facile accipiter saxo sacer ales ab alto»;
III 77,4difficilis autem difficulter facit pro difficiliter), et ab omni omnino.
III 77,5praeterea et a tribus et quattuor nascuntur aduerbia ter et quater;
III 77,6obiter enim compositum est ab ob et iter; similiter paulisper,
III 77,7tantisper, parumper composita sunt. uetustissimi tamen quaedam contra
III 77,8supra dictam regulam protulerunt. sed si quidem sint nomina neutra pro
III 77,9aduerbiis, ut «sublime uolans», assumentur: aliter uero reiciantur, ut
III 77,10Pomponius de philosophia:
III 77,11«cum istaec memore meminit»
III 77,12pro memoriter. aliter quoque ab eo, quod est hic alis huius alis huic
III 77,13ali pro alius alius alii, secundum supra dictam analogiam profertur.
III 77,14in as denominatiua inuenio as extrema circumflexa aliâs.
229a1277,14book 1512 ás .. aliâs
229a1277,14book 1558 (m.l.) . (in .. aliâs sine err.)
III 77,15in es productam sodēs, Herculēs. pleraque tamen a numeris
229a1377,15book 1512 sodés
III 77,16nascuntur, id est a quinque usque ad mille, ut quinquies, sexies, decies,
III 77,17uicies, centies, quingenties, milies.
III 77,18in is correptam nimĭs, quod etiam nimium dicimus, satĭs,
III 77,19quod etiam loco nominis positiui accipitur itaque etiam comparationem
III 77,20recipit satius. Terentius in eunucho:
III 77,21«accede ad ignem hunc, iam calesces plus satis».
229a1877,21book 1558 (m.l.) . (iam om. Ms. add. gloss. D)
III 77,22Lucanus in I:
III 77,23«tu satis ad uires Romana in carmina dandas».
III 77,24Iuuenalis in III:
III 77,25«hoc satius, quam si dicas sub iudice uidi, /
III 77,26quod non uidisti»,
III 77,27satius pro melius.

 

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