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1a22lII 1,9Praefatio215 25 +[scro]pulosis: (m.l.) scrupulum dicitur animi molestia vel sollicitudo dubitationum difficultas vel suspicio unde scrupulosus suspectus unde scrupulosius hoc est difficilius
3a4gII 5,2book 125 accidit: .i. cado accido
3b13oII 6,14book 125 ylementorum: (subs.) .i. lino elivi elitum .i. tum in mentum reliqua
8b2bII 16,178b1book 125 auceps: comṡuidigthe són aves capiens reliqua {cf. E 8v2 aves capiens}
[‘this (is) compounded […]’] [analysis]
8b2cII 16,18book 125 auspicium: avem aspicio vel avium aspectio
8b3dII 16,18book 125 [au]gorium: avis gariens vel garrium
8b3eII 16,18book 125 augustus: avis gustus vel gustans {cf. E 8v2 avis gustus}
8b27mmII 17,18book 125 543 comburo: .con ⁊ uro. ⁊ addita .b. propter eophoniam
9a4bII 18,109a2book 125 caelestium vitam ducens: (m.l.) celae. dondí as caelestem .b. tar hesi .u. dindí as vitam .s. dindí as ducens.
[‘celae from caelestem, b instead of v from vitam, s from ducens’] [analysis]
10b20sII 21,22book 125 [quas]so: frequentativum. a. quatio
12b18fII 25,27book 125 auri[fex]: aurum ⁊ facio {= E 11r6 .i. add. E}
12b19gII 26,1book 125 luctifi[cus]: luctum ⁊ facio {= E 11r7}
12b20hII 26,1book 125 cornicen: cornu ⁊ cano {= E 11r7}
12b20iII 26,1book 125 tubicen: tuba ⁊ cano
12b27mII 26,5book 125 [vulni]ficus: facio
12b29nII 26,6book 125 opifex: opus ⁊ facio {= E 11r12}
12b30qII 26,712b6book 1211 25 parricida: cosmail-oircnid eter athir-oircnid tuistid-oircnid
13b10fII 27,16book 125 peierat: .i. per {cf. K 7v41 f vel per}
14b2aII 29,17book 125 tandundem: .i. tam ⁊ demum {= E 12r8}
14b2bII 29,1814b1book 125 211 identi[dem]: .i. idem ⁊ idem fon óen-chummi {cf. E 12r8 .i. idem et idem.}
[‘i.e. ‘idem et idem,’ in one way ’] [analysis]
14b3cII 29,1814b2book 125 211 nuncubi: num ⁊ ubi .i. indosa {cf. E 12r8 .i. num et ubi.}
[‘‘num et ubi’ i.e. now’] [analysis]
14b7eII 29,21book 1212 25 anquiro: .i. interrogo .i. am ⁊ quaero {cf. E 12r10 .i. am. et quero}
14b8gII 29,21book 125 ambitus: .i. am ⁊ itus {cf. E 12r11 .i. am. et eo vel itus}
14b8hII 29,21book 125 ambessus: am ⁊ esus {cf. E 12r11 .i. am et edo.}
14b8iII 29,21book 125 ambustus: am ⁊ ustus {cf. E 12r11 am. et uro vel ustus.}
14b9mII 29,22book 125 ambages: am ⁊ ages vel ab ambigo verbo .i. am. ⁊ ago {cf. E 12r11 am et ago. (m.l.) ambages ambigo verbo am. et ago}
14b20wII 30,9book 125 ignosco: in ⁊ gnosco {= E 12r17 .i. in et nosco}
14b21''xII 30,9book 125 212 571 ignavus: (m.d.) ignavus .i. in ⁊ danus vel naus vel ignarus via ut icidorus. gen- naus. impiger obsequens {cf. E 12r17 in et naus. <.i. danae> (m.d.) vel ignarus via isidorus dicit}
14b22''yII 30,9book 125 ignarus: in ⁊ gnarus {= E 12r17 in et narus}
14b23''aaII 30,9book 125 ignominia: in ⁊ nomen {.i. nomen .nominis. .nomini. a. ut faciat ignominia. add. E 12r18}
14b24''bbII 30,9book 125 cognosco: con ⁊ gnosco {cf. E 12r18 .i. con.}
15a5iII 31,1book 125 colle[ga]: .i. con. ⁊ lego {cf. E 12r28 .con. lego}
15a6kII 31,1book 125 colligo: con ⁊ liego {cf. E 12r28 con ligo}
15a6lII 31,1book 125 illido: .i. in ⁊ laedo {cf. E 12r28 inledo}
15a6mII 31,1book 125 collido: con ⁊ laedo
15a8nII 31,2book 125 imbibo: .in. {cf. E 12r29 .i. in et bibo}
15a9oII 31,315a3book 125 211 immineo: .i. taortaim .i. in. ⁊ mineo vel mina {cf. E 12v1 .in. mineo}
[‘i.e. I fall (upon) i.e. ‘in’ (into) and ‘*mineo’ or ‘mina’ (menace)’] [analysis]
15a13rII 31,6book 125 corrigo: .i. con ⁊ rego {= E 12v3 .i. om. E}
15a14sII 31,6book 125 irrito: in ⁊ rito vel ritus {cf. E 12v3 in et ritus}
16a23aaII 33,18book 125 efficio: .i. ex ⁊ facio {= E 13r13 .i. om. E}
16a23bbII 33,18book 125 +effe[ro]: ex et fero {= E 13r13}
16b18kII 34,13book 125 53 sussum: et ab aspicio ut dicet {post add. E}{= E 13v1}
16b23mII 34,16book 125 *([suf]flo) efflo: ex ⁊ flo {cf. E 13v3 .ex.}
16b29pII 34,20book 125 53 quadringenta: .i. quattuor ⁊ centum ut in sillabis dicet {= E 13v6 dicet] ostendet E}
16b29qII 34,21book 125 septingenta: septem ⁊ centum {= E 13v6}
16b30rII 34,20book 125 quingenta: quinque ⁊ centum {= E 13v6}
17a13bII 35,9book 125 attamino: (at) .i. ad
17a15dII 35,10book 125 redigo: re ⁊ ago {= E 13v19}
17a15eII 35,11book 125 redarguo: re ⁊ arguo
17a17fII 35,12book 125 as[piro]: .i. ad {cf. E 13v20 .i. ad et spiro}
21b15lII 45,9book 225 59 oblitus: (m.d.) .i. ob ⁊ livitus ⁊ per sinagopam litus. reliqua masued {= E 16v5 sincopam oblitus E reliqua masued om. E}
[‘i.e. ob and livitus and by syncope litus etc. if it is so’]
21b24zII 45,1571book 225 571 anhelo: .i. an ⁊ halo, ut eutex dicit {= E 16v9 .i. om. E}
22a7fII 46,1book 225 oboedio: (m.l.) .i. ob ⁊ oedio .i. quasi esset oedio vel ob ⁊ audio quod melius, {cf. E 16v20 ob &oedio vel ab &audio}
22a10hII 46,3book 225 alterutrum: .i. alter ⁊ utrum
22a22zII 46,10book 225 occido: .i. ob ⁊ cado vel caedo si producta {= E 16v26 .i. om. E}
22a22aaII 46,1022a9book 225 occumbo: .i. ob ⁊ cumbo ⁊ ní·bí a cumbo hísin in diuitius co n-.m. sed cubo. as. reliqua,
[‘i.e. ob and cumbo, and that cumbo does not occur in simplicity with m, but cubo, cubas etc.’] [analysis]
22a23bbII 46,10book 225 succino: .i. sub ⁊ cano {= E 16v26 .i. om. E}
22a23ccII 46,1022a10book 225 211 succido: .i. sub ⁊ caedo .i. do·fuibnimm {= E 16v26 .i. sub &caedo}
[‘i.e. ‘sub’ (below) and ‘caedo’ (cut off), i.e. I cut off’] [analysis]
22a28ffII 46,13book 225 [ob]scurus: .i. ob ⁊ curus vel cura {cf. E 16v28 .i. ob &cura}
22a28ggII 46,1422a11book 225 211 obscenus: .i. ob ⁊ caenum .i. loth reliqua {cf. E 16v28 .i. caenum}
[‘i.e. ‘ob’ (on account of) and ‘caenum’ (dirt), i.e. mud, etc.’] [analysis]
22a30kkII 46,15book 225 sufficio: .i. sub ⁊ facio {= E 17r1}
22a30llII 46,15book 225 suffero: .i. sub
22a31nnII 46,15book 225 aufero: .i. ab {= E 17r2}
22a31ooII 46,16book 225 affe[ro]: .i. ab
22a34qqII 46,17book 225 suggero: .i. sub ⁊ gero {cf. E 17r3 .i. sub}
22a34rrII 46,17book 225 58 oggannio: .i. ob ⁊ gannio reliqua ut in alio,
22a35ttII 46,18book 225 summitto: .i. sub {= E 17r4}
22b5fII 46,24book 225 arri[pio]: .i. ab ⁊ rapio {= E 17r6}
22b20xII 47,5book 225 ecquis: .i. en ⁊ quis {.i. pro quis tantum} vel ecce ⁊ quis {= E 17r13}
22b35kkII 47,22book 225 affectus: .i. ad ⁊ factus {= E 17r21}
22b36qqII 47,2322b13book 225 assiduus: (subs.) .i. uandí as assideo. reliqua.
[‘i.e. from assideo etc.’] [analysis]
23a2bII 47,24book 225 agnitus: .ad ⁊ gnatus {= E 17r22 .i. add. E}
23a3cII 47,25book 225 ascendo: .ad ⁊ scando {= E 17r22 .i. add. E}
23a18mII 48,5book 225 officio: .i. ob ⁊ facio {= E 17r30 .i. om. E}
23a18nII 48,6book 225 sufficio: .i. sub
23a18oII 48,6book 225 affectus: .i. ad
23a18pII 48,6book 225 efficio: ex {= E 17r30 .i. add. E}
23a18qII 48,6book 225 dif[ficilis]: dis ⁊ facilis
23a19rII 48,6book 225 diffundo: dis {= E 17r30}
23b29"tII 49,1223b6book 2211 25 mancus: .i. baclam .i. manu captus
[‘i.e. ‘maimed in a hand’, i.e. seized by hand’] [analysis]
24a1aII 49,17book 225 corrigo: con ⁊ rego {= E 17v23 .i. add. Eom. E}
24a2cII 49,1824a1abook 225 211 σιρρηγω: .i. a sin sicim (?)
[‘i.e. from ‘συν’ …’]
24a9kII 49,2324a4book 2211 25 consitus: comchlante .i. con ⁊ sero {= E 17v27 comchlante om. E}
[‘sown together i.e. ‘con’ (together) and ‘sero’ (sow)’] [analysis]
24a13uII 49,2624a6book 2211 25 competum: bélat .i. con ⁊ peto
[‘crossway, i.e. from ‘con’ (together) and ‘peto’ (h.l. come)’] [analysis]
24b8kII 50,21book 225 dis,iunctus: .i. prepositio .dis {= E 18r9 .i. om. E}
24b10nII 50,22book 225 discutio: .i. dis ⁊ quatio {= E 18r10}
24b11oII 50,22book 225 [dis]plicet: dis ⁊ placet {= E 18r10om. E}
29b19tII 60,12book 225 572 +quiri[nus]: (m.d.) quirinus dictus a qu<iri>no monte
30a12oII 61,4book 2543 25 athiniensis: .i. ab athenae
30a12pII 61,4book 2543 25 romanus: á roma
30b17xII 62,9book 225 medioximus: .i. medius <&> proximus {= E 21r28}
32a35llII 67,10book 225 codrides: .i. codrus {cf. K 15v19 e .i. codrus .ou. }
33a12gII 69,133a2book 2211 25 caesar: .i. asoirc cách
[‘i.e. who destroys every one’] [analysis]
33a13hII 69,133a3book 2543 25 [cae]sareus: .i. airindí atreba aesorcuin
[‘i.e. because he possesses destruction’] [analysis]
33a32iiII 69,13book 225 561 getulicus: .i. getulia
33a32 kkII 69,13book 225 561 creticus: creta
33b5eII 69,22book 225 asiaticus: asiatis {= E 23r4 .i. add. E}
33b18nII 70,3book 225 221 troicus: .i. a genitivo trois {= E 23r9}
33b32wII 70,1233b6book 2211 25 563 illigneus: .i. ilignide. de nomine fedo .i. illigum nomen arboris {cf. E 23r16 ligneus vel illignum nomen arboris}
[‘i.e. ilignian, from the name of a tree’] [analysis]
33b33xII 70,1233b7book 2211 25 563 iliceus: .i. ilecde. ilex nomen arboris {cf. E 23r16 .i. ilecde om. E; L 27r11 c ilex proprium ligni}
[‘i.e. Ilician, (from) ilex etc.’] [analysis]
33b40ggII 70,1933b13book 2211 25 quernus: dairde quia fit quercus reliqua
[‘oaken, as it comes from ‘quercus’ (oak)’] [analysis]
33b40hhII 70,2033b14book 2211 25 colurnus: .i. coldde quia fit colyrus coll {cf. E 23r19 .i. coll}
[‘i.e. made of hazel, as it comes from ‘corylus’ (sic leg.), hazel’] [analysis]
33b40iiII 70,20book 225 abiegnus: .i. abies
33b41kkII 70,20book 225 oleaginus: olea vel oliva
33b41llII 70,2033b15book 2211 25 faginus: fagde fagus {cf. E 23r20 .i. fagus}
[‘beechen, ‘fagus’ (beech-tree)’] [analysis]
33b42mmII 70,2133b16book 2211 25 spondeus: toxalde arindí atreba toxal n-and .i. fot
[‘drawn (?), because it possesses drawing (?) therein i.e. length’] [analysis]
33b42nnII 70,21book 225 phoebeus: .i. phebus
[‘i.e. ‘Phoebus’ (Apollo)’]
34a1gII 70,22book 225 563 sabaeus: .i. saba .i. nomen holeris
34a2hII 70,22book 225 561 cretaeus: creta
34a2iII 70,22book 225 56.[?] ptolomaeus: ptolomô
34b42ffII 74,4book 225 561 argeios: .i. argia
35a21kII 74,23book 225 catilinarius: .i. cantilena
35a21lII 74,23book 225 215 +catilinarius: .i. qui catulos custodit
35a21mII 74,23book 225 haeridita[rius]: .i. haeres {= E 24r11 .i. om. E}
35a22nII 74,24book 225 legatarius: legatus {= E 24r11}
35a22pII 74,24book 225 gladiatorius: gladius
35a23sII 74,2435a1book 225 563 stlataria: .i. stlata .i. ethar {cf. K 16v33 e .i. stalata .i. rates}
[‘i.e. (from) stlata i.e. a boat’] [analysis]
35a27zII 75,335a3book 2211 25 tabellarius: tablaire .i. tabella {cf. E 24r13 .i. tablor}
[‘letter-carrier, ‘tabella’ (letter)’] [analysis]
35a28bbII 75,3book 225 mercinarius: merces
35a28ccII 75,4book 225 coerarius: coera
35a28ddII 75,4book 225 sagittarrius: sagitta
35a29eeII 75,4book 225 tabernarius: a taberna {= E 24r14 .i. taberna}
35a29ggII 75,4book 225 ostiarius: ostium
35a29hhII 75,4book 225 argentari[us]: argentum
35a30iiII 75,5book 225 aerarius: aes {= E 24r14}
35a31kkII 75,5book 225 prefectorius: .i. prefectus .i. immscerde {= E 24r15 .i. prefectus}
[‘i.e. ‘praefectus’ (prefect), i.e. belonging to a prefect’] [analysis]
35a31mmII 75,5book 225 quaestorius: .i. quaestus {= E 24r15}
35a31ooII 75,5book 225 214 pretorius: ab eo quod est pretor {cf. E 24r15 pretor}
35b1aII 75,1335b1book 2211 25 violarium: .i. scotae .i. viola
[‘i.e. having flowers’] [analysis]
35b1bII 75,1335b2book 2211 25 563 rosarium: .i. bróinde rostae .i. de rosa dind luib fin .i. luib derc
[‘i.e. belonging to dew or belonging to a rose, i.e. de rosa from the white plant i.e. a red plant’] [analysis]
35b1cII 75,1435b3book 2211 25 viridarium: .i. húrda .i. viridis
[‘green, i.e. ‘viridis’ (green)’] [analysis]
35b5hII 75,17book 2543 25 53 caesarianus: .i. servus caesare ut paulo post dicet
35b6iII 75,17book 2541 25 566[?] sillanus: servus silla .i. proprium {= E 24r24 .i. proprium om. E}
35b8nII 75,18book 225 566[?] sthenianus: stenius proprium
35b8oII 75,18book 225 561 +sthenianus: (m.d.) vel a nomine patriae
35b9pII 75,19book 225 terrenus: terra {= K 16v46 i}
35b9qII 75,19book 225 egenus: egeo {= K 16v46 k}
35b9rII 75,19book 225 24?[?] alienus: alieno
35b9sII 75,19book 225 *abienus: abies {= K 16v46 l, E 24r25}
35b11zII 75,22book 225 561 camerinus: cameria {= E 24r26 .i. camaria}
35b11bbII 75,22book 225 561 perussinus: perussium {= E 24r27}
35b12ddII 75,22book 225 561 reginus: regium {= E 24r27 .i. add. E}
35b12ffII 75,22book 225 vicinus: vicus
35b12ggII 75,22book 225 masculinus: masculus
35b12hhII 75,23book 225 femininus: femina
35b15llII 75,24book 225 563 faginus: fagus arbor glandifera
35b18ppII 75,26book 225 tribunus: tribuo {= E 24r30 .i. add. E}
35b20rrII 76,1book 225 externus: extra
35b20ssII 76,1book 225 hesternus: heri
35b20ttII 76,1book 225 hibernus: hiems {= E 24r31}
35b20uuII 76,235b10book 2211 563 25 colurnus: coldde quia fit corylus nomen arboris {= E 24r32 coldde] collguid; quia] et E}
[‘of the hazel, because it comes from ‘corylus’ (hazel), the name of a tree’] [analysis]
35b21wwII 76,2book 225 quernus: quercus {= E 24r32 .i. add. E}
35b21xxII 76,235b11book 2211 25 ficulnus: ficuldae ficulnia
[‘of the fig-tree, ‘ficulnea’ (fig-tree)’] [analysis]
35b21yyII 76,235b12book 225 563 pópulnus: pópulus .i. nomen fedo {cf. E 24r31 .i. populus loitguid}
[‘populus i.e. name of a tree’] [analysis]
35b31aeII 76,10book 225 561 campanus: campania {= E 24v4 .i. add. E}
35b32afII 76,11book 225 561 placentinus: placentia nomen civitatis {= E 24v5 .i. add. E}
35b33agII 76,11book 225 561 nolanus: a nola civitate {= E 24v5}
35b36aiII 76,13book 225 561 camerinus: a camirina civitas in italia
35b37alII 76,13book 225 coriolanus: (m.d.) coriolana civitas in italia
35b38aoII 76,14book 225 561 adrianus: adria civitas in italia
35b39apII 76,14book 225 561 mesalinus: mesalia civitas italiae
35b39aqII 76,1535b14book 225 211 +cor[vinus]: .i. fiach
[‘i.e. crow’] [analysis]
35b40arII 76,15book 225 probinus: probus {= E 24v9 .i. add. E}
35b40atII 76,15book 225 +rufinus: .i. rufus
35b40auII 76,15book 225 561 emilianus: emelia civitas in italia
35b41axII 76,16book 225 rusticanus: rús
35b41ayII 76,16book 225 urbanus: urbs
35b42azII 76,16book 225 oppidanus: oppidum
35b42baII 76,16book 225 capitolinus: capitolium
35b42bcII 76,17book 225 palatinus: palatium
36a1aII 76,17book 225 aesquilinus: ab aescilia {= E 24v10 ab esquilia}
36a1cII 76,17book 225 561 +gallicanus: .i. a gallia civitate.
36a4hII 76,19book 225 hesternus: heri {= E 24v12 .i. add. E}
36a4iII 76,19book 225 diurnus: diu {= E 24v12}
36a4kII 76,19book 225 noc[turnus]: noctu {= E 24v12}
36a5lII 76,19book 225 meridianus: meridies {cf. E 24v12 a meridie}
36a5mII 76,20book 225 vespertinus: vespere vel a {= E 24v12}
36a6pII 76,20book 225 veteranus: vetus {= E 24v12 .i. add. E}
36a6qII 76,20book 225 diuturnus: diu {= E 24v13}
36a6rII 76,20book 225 aeternus: aetas {= E 24v13 .i. add. E}
36a7sII 76,21book 225 antesig[nanus]: signa {= E 24v13 .i. add. E}
36a10tII 76,23book 225 cervinus: cervus {= E 24v15 .i. add. E}
36a10uII 76,2336a5book 225 211 anse[rinus]: anser .i. gigrann {cf. E 24v15 .i. goirann .i. ansera}
[‘ ‘anser’ (goose), i.e. wild (/barnacle) goose’] [analysis]
36a13xII 76,24book 225 libertinus: libertus
36a39llII 77,13book 225 iugurthinus: iugurtha
36a39nnII 77,13book 225 mesalinus: mesala {= E 24v29 .i. add. E}
36a39ppII 77,14book 225 terrenus: terra {= E 24v29}
36a42qqII 77,1536a9 book 225 211 215 mustelino: mustélla .i. ness mús longa mustellinus {cf. E 24v30 a mustella mus}
[‘ ‘mustela’ (weasel), i.e. weasel, long mouse, ‘mustellinus’’] [analysis]
36a42rrII 77,15book 225 aquilino: .i. ab aquila
36b24mII 78,2book 225 saticulus: sero sevi satum
38b21sII 82,8book 225 abiegnus: abies
38b21tII 82,938b6book 2211 25 privignus: .i. les macc .i. prius genitus {= L 30r11 a les mac; E 26r21 prius genitus}
[‘i.e. step-son, i.e. born earlier’] [analysis]
38b25yII 82,12book 225 561 +ligurinus: ligurnia .i. civitas
38b36bbII 82,19book 225 +castrensis: .i. castra
38b36ccII 82,1938b9book 225 211 pedester: pedes traigthech
[‘ ‘pedes’ (feet), i.e. pedestrian’] [analysis]
39b18dII 84,1539b3book 325 hic (et haec potior): .i. ón bréthir as·berr potior
[‘i.e. from the verb potior’] [analysis]
40a1aII 85,1340a1book 325 211 penitus: .i. pene.intus .i. inmedónach {cf. E 27r9 .i. pene &intus E}
[‘i.e. ‘pene intus’ (almost on the inside), i.e. interior’] [analysis]
40b24mII 87,9book 325 nequior: .i. nequam {= E 27v8}
40b39aaII 87,2040b15book 3543 25 egregiisisima: do thaidbse ṡuperlait huandí as egregius egregior
[‘to show a superlative from egregius, egregior’] [analysis]
41a1aII 88,3book 325 572 industriiorem: (m.l.) industrius positivus ut in genesi nunc previde at rex virum sapientem et industrium ioseph dixit faraoni.,
41a8eII 88,8book 325 innoxiio[rem]: noxius
45a40aaII 101,16book 325 re[gulus]: rex
45a41bbII 101,16book 325 +tantulus: tantus
45b26''yII 102,7book 325 +igniculus: ignis
45b31''zII 102,8book 325 +capreolus: caper
45b33''aaII 102,8book 325 agellus: ager {= E 30v18}
45b38''bbII 102,9book 325 +codicillus: codex
45b15"ddII 102,10book 3212 25 +parasitaster: bucillarius dicitur adulator unde parasitus
45b17"eeII 102,10book 325 +equuleus: equs
45b19"ffII 102,1045b16book 325 nepotulus: huandi as nepós {cf. E 30v20 .i. nepos}
[‘from nepos’] [analysis]
45b38"ggII 102,1445b17book 325 211 unciola: uncia ungae
[‘ ‘uncia’ (ounce), = ounce’] [analysis]
45b39"hhII 102,14book 325 capella: capra {= E 30v22 caprea (sic)}
45b40"iiII 102,1445b18book 325 211 maxilla: mala glainine
[‘ ‘mala’ (cheek, jaw) = small jaw’] [analysis]
45b30llII 102,17book 325 corpusculum: corpus
45b31mmII 102,17book 325 corculum: cor {= E 30v25 .i. add. E}
45b32nnII 102,17book 325 melculum: mel {= E 30v25}
45b33ooII 102,17book 325 verculum: ver {= E 30v25 .i. add. E}
45b40qqII 102,19book 325 capitulum: caput {= E 30v24 .i. add. E}
45b41rrII 102,19book 325 laureolum: laurum
45b42ttII 102,19book 325 lucellum: lucrum {= L 34v27 a, cf. E 30v25 .i. a lucrum}
50a30sII 118,350a8book 425 313 [a fru]ge: huandí as frux fruges
[‘from frux or fruges’] [analysis]
50a30tII 118,350a9book 425 313 nihili: huandí as nihilum
[‘from nihilum’] [analysis]
50b20zII 119,1book 425 cautela: cautus {= E 34r27}
51b16"lII 121,1book 425 +usura: utor
51b16"mII 121,1book 425 +na[tura]: nascor natus sum
51b31"qII 121,8book 425 utile: utor
52a12eeII 122,5book 425 compago: .i. con ⁊ pango
53a10fII 123,25book 425 coriletum: corillus
53a10gII 123,2553a4book 425 211 rosetum: rosa rostan
[‘ ‘rosa’ (rose), = rose-plantation’] [analysis]
53a10hII 123,2553a5book 425 211 dumetum: duma dristenach
[‘ ‘*duma’ (thorn-bush), = thicket’] [analysis]
53a10iII 123,2653a6book 425 211 quercetum: quercus daurauth
[‘an oak-wood’] [analysis]
53a11lII 123,26book 425 [escu]letum: esculus
53a11mII 123,2653a8book 425 211 mirtetum: mirtus mirtchaill
[‘a myrtle-wood’] [analysis]
53a15''tII 124,2book 425 augurium: augur
53a16''uII 124,3book 425 solarium: solum
53a18''wII 124,3book 425 solacium: solor {= E 35v16}
53a25''xII 124,4book 425 palladium: pallas {= E 35v17}
53a26''yII 124,4book 425 officium: ob ⁊ facio {= E 35v17}
53a27''zII 124,4book 425 conubium: nubo {= E 35v17 .i. add. E}
53a29''aaII 124,5book 425 exilium: exulo
53a30''bbII 124,5book 425 consilium: consulo
53a31''ccII 124,5book 425 indicium: indico
53a32''ddII 124,5book 425 meritorium: mereor {= E 35v18}
53a33''ffII 124,553a12book 425 211 municipium: municipo fích ut icidorus dicit {cf. E 35v18 .municipio}
[‘(as if from a verb) municipo, or village as Isidorus says’] [analysis]
53a34''hhII 124,6book 425 presidium: presideo {= E 35v18}
53a35''iiII 124,6book 425 212 domicilium: domus nidum avis {cf. E 35v18 nith avis}
54a22ccII 126,16book 425 543 +tubicen: quasi tuba canens {cf. E 36r26 a tuba &cano}
54a32hhII 126,2354a14book 425 543 *biugae: bina iuga dí guttai ḟodlaidi dirótha ind ⁊ ní deogur {= E 36r32 bina &iuga}
[‘two separate vowels have been converted into it, and it is not a diphthong’] [analysis]
54a33kkII 126,23book 425 biuni: bis ⁊ uni {= E 36r33}
55b35uII 130,13book 425 illuo: .i. in
55b38xII 130,1655b12book 4211 25 curialis: dalta .i. curia {cf. E 37v1 .i. curia. .i. dadal.}
[‘belonging to court, i.e. ‘curia’ (court)’] [analysis]
55b38yII 130,16book 425 fide[lis]: fidus {= E 37v1 .i. add. E}
55b39zII 130,16book 425 virilis: vir {cf. E 37v1 .i. viro}
56a1aII 130,18book 425 agrestis: ager {= E 37v3}
56a2bII 130,19book 425 salubris: salus {= E 37v3}
56b10"nII 131,2656b8book 4541 25 53 altus: (m.d.) .is hinunn a n-altus ⁊ a n-halitus is ondí as alo ataat a ṅdiis. ut postea dicet
[‘the altus is the same as the alitus, the pair of them come from alo, as he will say afterwards’] [analysis]
58a8aII 135,2book 425 nuntius: a nuntio verbo {= E 38b16}
58a9bII 135,2book 425 patricius: a patre {= E 38v16}
58a9dII 135,2book 425 ardu[us]: ardeo {= E 38v17}
58a10eII 135,3book 425 orbus: orbo {cf. E 38v17 ut. ab orbo}
58a12''hII 135,3book 425 543 acus: .i. {putamus} quia de verbis sunt haec {= E 38v18 putamus add. E}
58a40''kII 135,8book 425 mestus: metuo
59b22rII 138,959b13book 425 211 *(annulus) deminutivum: dígabthach óndí as ánus cuáirt .i. brefe. anulus bréfean. {cf. E 39v18 .i. a nomine a<n<nus}
[‘a diminutive from anus (a circle) i.e. a hole, anulus a small hole’] [analysis]
59b29"yII 138,17book 425 usus: utor {= E 39v25}
59b35"ccII 138,19book 425 336[?] +lassus: lassor
60a15dII 139,2book 425 tumultus: tumultuor
60a17fII 139,3book 425 togatus: toga {= E 40r2 .i. add. E}
60a17gII 139,3book 425 lorica[tus]: lorica {= E 40r3 .i. add. E}
60a18hII 139,4book 425 *latus: lato vel fero {= E 40r3}
60a18iII 139,4book 425 mutus: mutuo {= E 40r3 .i. add. E}
60a21kII 139,6book 4563 25 trabe[atus]: de nomine vestis trabea {= E 40r5}
60a32pII 139,14book 425 avitus: avuus {E 40r10}
60a32rII 139,1460a3book 4211 25 maritus: céle más {cf. E 40r10 .i. mas}
[‘a husband, ‘mas’ (male)’] [analysis]
60a38wII 139,1760a7book 4211 25 astutus: tuachil ab astu {cf. M 4ra8 a astu E 40r13 astu in textu princ.}
[‘cunning, from ‘astus’ (dexterity, cunning)’] [analysis]
60a38xII 139,1860a8book 4211 25 versutus: impáidach .i. versus {cf. M 4ra8 b versus}
[‘converted (turned)’] [analysis]
60a40yII 139,1960a9book 4211 25 53 amictus: attóitae a verbo quod est mico ut postea dicet reliqua {cf. E 40r14 a mico}
[‘resplendent, from the verb mico, as he says afterwards’] [analysis]
60a40zII 139,19book 425 571 +amictus: (m.l.) vel amicior invenitur in libro de civitate dei
60a40aaII 139,20book 425 sanctus: sancio* (r) {= E 40r15}
60a40bbII 139,20book 425 acceptus: accipio {= E 40r15}
60a41ccII 139,20book 425 23 +aptus: (m.l.) apiscor unde adepiscor
60a41ddII 139,21book 425 laxus: laxo {= E 40r15}
60a42eeII 139,21book 425 luxus: luxurio {= E 40r15}
64a17pII 150,8book 525 *semipar: .i. semis ⁊ par {= E 42v22}
64a32ffII 150,20book 525 september: septimus imber
64a32ggII 150,20book 525 october: octavus imber
64a32hhII 150,20book 525 mul[ciber]: multus vel mulceo {cf. E 43r1 a mulceo &imber}
65b5dII 155,3book 525 augur: augeo
65b5eII 155,3book 525 fur: furo {= E 44r4 a furo}
69a5dII 165,1269a3book 5211 25 salix: sail vel fit salio salix a se reliqua
[‘willow, or ‘salio’ (jump) makes ‘salix’ (willow-tree) from itself, etc.’] [analysis]
74a11bII 178,17book 525 benivolus: .i. bene ⁊ volo {cf. E 50v5 bene &volens}
74a11cII 178,17book 525 *pennireptus: .i. penna ⁊ raptus
92b22pII 204,21book 6421 25 manceps: .i. a nomine .i. manu captus
95a23gII 215,4137book 625 543 intollerabilius: (in-:) ardíltud ata .in.
[‘for negation the in- is’] [analysis]
95a37mII 215,1795a6book 6211 25 58 25 313 pellium: pellium barr .i. á pelle vel pelium .i. á peleta/ .i. possesivum a peleo {= L60v22 e barr a pelle. vel pelium. a peleta a peleo}
[‘pellium ‘flower-head’’] [analysis]
95b16eII 216,12book 625 3113 *abacos: ab abax (m.d.) .i. genitivus graecus
95b17gII 216,13book 625 *arabos: .i. arabs
95b21nII 217,195b5book 625 221 211 *cratera: .i. crater .i. tailchube
[‘i.e. ‘crate’ i.e. bowl’] [analysis]
100b22fII 234,20100b2book 6563 211 25 salinator: (m.d.) cominianus/ salina .i. nomen lube .i. sálchuach/ ⁊ salinator húad
[‘salina, i.e. the name of a plant, i.e. a violet, and salinator (is derived) from it’] [analysis]
101a16dII 236,10book 625 55 arbor: altum robur
110b41lII 271,2book 625 intercus: intra ⁊ cutis
111b17gII 273,14book 625 *solus: .i. a soleo. reliqua.
111b17hII 273,14book 625 *monus: á moneo
111b24nII 273,20book 625 fenerator: nomen a verbo
117b12aII 294,22book 725 561 celtiberi: .i. celticus ⁊ hiber .i. celticus gens de gallis ⁊ celtiberi in hispania sunt .-
118a16kII 296,11book 7313 25 *petavi: .i. a nomine quod est petavium .i. a petitu avis
126b24aII 326,13book 725 55 calcar: a calce
135b35fII 363,5150book 725 (huius) anuis: .i. uandí as anus
[‘i.e. from anus’] [analysis]
137b25aaII 370,4book 8331 25 541 nupta: .i. verbum femininum nubo
138b38nII 373,5138b7book 825 211 313 dice: huandí as dix coisecrad
[‘i.e. from dix ‘consecration’’] [analysis]
146b7iII 403,3book 825 331 umectas: .i. umecto
148b32sII 409,10book 825 331 legendi: .i. legendus legendi
149b14dII 411,20149b3book 825 313 venatum: .i. aní as venatum
[‘i.e. the venatum’] [analysis]
149b27lII 412,8149b5book 825 313 *visionem: .i. aní as visionem .i. visio
[‘i.e. the visionem, i.e. visio’] [analysis]
155a41iII 429,5163book 825 fatiscunt: .i. fatís hiscunt {= K 64v39 k}
155b28bII 430,8155b1book 825 541 sciscitor: .i. ondí as scisco file ondí as scio {cf. K 65r6 a á verbo scisco quod est á/ verbo scio.,}
[‘i.e. from scisco, which is from scio’] [analysis]
155b36eII 430,16155b2book 825 331 (a) noto: .i. ondí as notus {cf. K 65r11 b á nomine quod est notus}
[‘i.e. from notus ’] [analysis]
157b33mII 437,20book 825 541 duobus (corruptis): .i. tantum et demum {= K 66r19 f}
159a32lII 441,15159a5book 8211 25 penulatus: .i. casaldae .i. penula {= K 66v45 h casalda .i. penula. casal}
[‘i.e. wearing a mantle i.e. penula’] [analysis]
159a32mII 441,15book 825 togatus: .i. toga
159a32nII 441,15book 825 scutatus: scutum
159a32oII 441,16book 825 galeatus: .i. galea
159a33pII 441,16book 825 hastatus: .i. hasta
159a33qII 441,16book 825 palliatus: .i. pallium
159a33rII 441,16book 825 caligatus: .i. caliga
159b2bII 441,24book 825 55 purpura: .i. a puritate dicta reliqua {= K 66v52 o .i., rl- om. K.}
170b16cII 479,5170b2book 925 331 conivere: ondí as coniveo
[‘from coniveo’] [analysis]
171a22dII 481,12book 925 possideo: .potis ⁊ sedeo
171b42mII 484,1book 925 potus: a verbo poto
172a2bII 484,5172a1book 94226 25 senesco: huandí as seneo
[‘from seneo’] [analysis]
173a20kII 489,12book 9212 25 inquino: .i. inceno
174b19fII 496,26book 1025 electus: ab elego
176a8bII 502,10book 1025 usi: ab uro
178a17dII 510,15178a1book 1025 543 *ascio: .i. composita ondí as .scio
[‘i.e. compounds from scio’] [analysis]
179b5bII 516,8book 10571 25 +cretum do: (m.l.) creduli/tatem do/ videndo {cf. K 77v21 f .i. credulitatem do.}
180a9bII 518,22180a1book 10211 25 cadi: indtelchubi quia cadum fit
[‘of the cask, quia etc.’] [analysis]
180b7eII 520,16book 1025 541 53 ostendo: .i. ob. ⁊ .tendo .i. b. in s. ut asporto pro abporto lege preposi- tionem
181b3"bII 524,20181b1book 10541 25 211 differentiae (causa): frisa religo fil huandí as ligo conriug
[‘from religo, which is from ligo ‘I tie together’ ’] [analysis]
181b28gII 525,22book 1025 543 perrictum: perringo
181b29hII 525,22book 1025 543 [abi]ctum: abico
181b29iII 525,22book 1025 543 defrictum: defrico
181b29kII 525,22book 1025 543 impictum: impingo á pingo .i. pictum compositum
183a24iII 530,14book 1025 situm: sino {= K 79v4 c}
183a24kII 530,14book 1025 itum: eo {= K 79v4 d}
183a25lII 530,14book 1025 quitum: queo {= K 79v5 e}
183a25mII 530,15book 1025 citum: cieo {= K 79v5 f}
183a25nII 530,15book 1025 satum: sero {= K 79v5 g}
184b21dII 535,20184b2book 1025 331 facessieris: uandí as facisii ui amal ṡodin
[‘from facisii, or facissivi in that case’] [analysis]
185b38mII 540,5book 1025 aperio: .i. ad ⁊ pario
187a24mII 545,15book 1025 insitus: .i. insero
187a24nII 545,15book 1025 59 incitus: .i. incieo
187a24oII 545,15book 1058 25 +incitus: (m.l.) in alia/ illicitus
187a24qII 545,15book 1025 illitus: (m.l.) .i. illico
187a36yII 546,7book 1025 55 exultat: (m.l.) exulto nunc/ ab ex ⁊ salto
187b8dII 547,2book 1025 ambio: .i. am ⁊ eo
188b4cII 550,10book 1125 55 mactus: .i. magis auctus
192b31''lII 562,15book 1125 563 caligatus: (m.l.) caliga genus/ vestis
201a30sII 589,13book 1225 istaec: ista ⁊ haec
201a30tII 589,14book 1225 istoc: istud ⁊ hoc
203a40yyII 595,23203a25book 1225 541 totidem: (m.l.) tot ⁊ demum dlúthe/ chomsuidigtheo tuicc .i. nind
[‘from tot and demum: closeness of composition has put the i into it’] [analysis]
214b11gIII 29,31book 1425 coeo: .i. con ⁊ eo
216b9iIII 35,23book 14212 25 expes: extra spem
216b14lIII 35,27book 14212 25 expes: extra spem
216b14mIII 35,27book 14212 25 exlex: extra legem
216b31aaIII 36,13book 1425 infra (intra intus): o in huile sin
[‘all this (infra, intra, intus, is derived) from in’] [analysis]
218b40ffIII 39,5book 1425 trado: trans ⁊ duco
224a28fIII 57,13book 1425 212 55 +se[curus]: .i. sine cura
227a8dIII 69,18book 1525 +necesse: á nece
227b5cIII 71,16book 1512 25 +pridié: quasi prior hodie
227b5dIII 71,16book 1525 +pridié: (m.s.) quasi priore die
230a15dIII 80,24book 1525 +misericorde: .i. a miseratim ⁊ corde
231b24nIII 86,26book 1525 +minutatim: minuo
Rijcklof Hofman, Pádraic Moran, Bernhard Bauer, St Gall Priscian Glosses, version 2.1 (2023) <http://stgallpriscian.ie/index.php?t=25> [accessed 28 February 2024]