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Grammatici Latini II, p. 117: Priscian, book 4 (De denominatiuis)

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II 117,1

liber quartus de denominatiuis

II 117,2denominatiuum appellatur a uoce primitiui sic nominatum, non ab
50a2a117,2book 4423 denominativum: nomen
50a2117,2book 44143 denominativum: ,, (50a5=117,3) igitur: ,,
50a2b117,250a1book 4543 voce: ónd anmimm ó·diruidichther
[‘from the name from which it is derived’] [analysis]
50a4c117,250a2book 4543 [ali]qua: (m.s.) ní·techta sain intṡliucht and feissin hua·n-ainmmnigthae ut patronomica ⁊ posesiva reliqua
[‘it has no special sense in itself from which it should be named, as patronymics etc. (have)’] [analysis]
II 117,3aliqua speciali significatione, sicut supra dictae species. habet igitur
50a5d117,3book 4543 species: patronomica ⁊ posesiva {= E 33v27 &reliqua add. E}
50a5e117,350a3book 4543 species: (m.l.) .i. huare nád·n-étada diṅgrae saingnuste dia inni amal adid·chotatsat gnusi doacaldmacha olchenae. patronomica possesiva reliqua. aní ba choitchen doaib-sem huili iarum iṡ nomen diles do-som.,
[‘i.e. because it has not a special appellation from its meaning as (the) other appellative species have,–patronymics, possessives, etc.–What was common to them all (denominatiui) then, is a proper name for this (the denominatiuum)’] [analysis]
50a5117,3book 44111 4142 generalem: " (50a6=117,4) [nomina]tionem: " (50a7=117,4) nam: "
II 117,4generalem nominationem omnium formarum, quae a nomine deriuantur. nam
50a7f117,450a4book 44228 nam: is airi as·biur frit is coitchenn
[‘therefore I tell you it is common’] [analysis]
II 117,5et patronymica et possessiua et comparatiua et superlatiua et diminutiua
II 117,6praeter uerbalia et aduerbialia et ea, quae ex praepositionibus fiunt, ex
50a10117,6book 44142 maxima: ., (50a11=117,7) unde: ., {= E 33v29}
II 117,7maxima parte denominatiua sunt, id est a nominibus deriuantur. unde in
50a10g117,750a5book 4543 denominativa: .i. is nomen cenelach do cachae denominativum
[‘i.e. ‘denominative’ is a generic name for each of them’] [analysis]
II 117,8illorum formis quoque sunt quaedam, quae, cum non habeant
50a11h117,8book 43232 illorum: patronomicorum possesivorum {= E 33v31 (A vel B)}
50a11i117,8book 43232 quaedam: denominativa {= E 33v31}
II 117,9significationem eorum, denominatiua iure appellantur, ut Timarchides proprium,
50a13k117,9book 4543 timarcides: denominativum in forma patronomicorum ⁊ reliqua síc {cf. E 34r1 forma patronomicorum}
II 117,10Aemilianus quoque, Nobilior, Maximus, Catulus. haec enim
50a13l117,10book 4543 emilianus: possesivorum {= E 34r1}
50a14m117,10book 4543 nobilior: comparativorum {cf. E 34r1 in forma conparativorum}
50a14n117,10book 4543 maximus: superlativorum {= E 34r1}
50a14o117,10book 4543 +catulus: diminutivorum {= E 34r1}
II 117,11denominatiua sunt dicenda, cum significationem suarum non seruent formarum,
50a15p117,1150a6book 4211 543 significationem: .i. huare nád·forcmat in n-inni saindilis inna ṅdelb
[‘i.e. since they do not preserve the special meaning of the forms’] [analysis]
II 117,12etsi sint propria. de quibus tamen sufficienter, cum de iis tractabatur,
II 117,13monstrauimus.
II 117,14habent igitur denominatiua formas plurimas et diuersas significationes.
50a18q117,14book 453 formas plurimas: (m.l.) "F retro (cf. 29b5"=60,3 b)
II 117,15quae quia late sunt confusae, generali eas nominatione artium scriptores
II 117,16nuncupauerunt denominatiua. et quia multae inueniuntur formae
50a21r117,1650a7book 4541 denominativa: .i. inna-hí nád·tutet isna gnúsi remeperthai
[‘i.e. those that do not fall into the species aforesaid’] [analysis]
II 117,17communes tam denominatiuis quam uerbalibus nec non etiam participialibus et
II 117,18aduerbialibus, non incongruum esse exstimo, de his quoque in loco una
II 117,19tractare.
II 117,20sunt igitur formales denominatiuorum terminationes siue uerbalium hae:


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