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Priscian, Ars grammatica: book 5 (De generibus, de numeris, de figuris, de casu)

Text of Priscian from Hertz ed., Grammatici Latini, vol. II, p. 154 (not a transcription from the St Gall manuscript).

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II 154,1proprium ciuitatis inuenitur Gaddir (quod quidam femininum esse
65a10154,1book 54121 gaddir: " (ibid.) quod: "
II 154,2putauerunt, sed Sallustius neutrum esse ostendit in II historiarum
II 154,3accusatiuum nominatiuo similem ponens: «ut alii tradiderunt,
65a12c154,365a2book 5541 accusativum: .i. olṡodain as sainreth do neutur
[‘i.e. which is peculiar to the neuter’] [analysis]
65a13d154,3book 5421 ut: .i. est hoc exemplum
65a13e154,365a3book 5543 tartessum: a ainmm hi tosuch gaddir iarum
[‘(Tartessus was) its name at first, Gaddir afterwards’] [analysis]
II 154,4Tartessum, Hispaniae ciuitatem, quam nunc Tyrii mutato
II 154,5nomine Gaddir habent»; nam si esset femininum, Gaddirem dixisset)
II 154,6et unum neutrum indeclinabile, hoc ir.
65a17f154,6app.65a4book 5541 *(το τεναρ) της ηιρως: indeclinabile vel is genitivus .i. grec indí as tenar ⁊ is dilledach la grecu
[‘an indeclinable, or it is a genitive, i.e. Greek of qénar and with the Greeks it is declinable’] [analysis]
II 154,7in or comparatiua quidem communia sunt: hic et haec clarior,
II 154,8felicior, melior, minor, excepto uno hic senior; alia uero omnia
II 154,9masculina sunt, ut hic orator, cursor, furor, doctor, horror, labor,
II 154,10exceptis femininis quidem tribus, quorum duo ipsa natura alterius esse
65a23g154,10117book 5543 alterius: acht femininum tantum
[‘but feminine only’] [analysis]
II 154,11generis prohibet, uxor et soror. arbor etiam, quod iure inter
65a24h154,11book 54228 arbor: excipitur
II 154,12feminina connumeratur, quod mater quoque dicitur proprii fetus unaquaeque
65a25154,12book 54141 quod: ., (ibid.) dicitur: .,
65a25154,12book 54142 mater: .- (65a28=154,15) unde: .-
65a25154,12book 54111 proprii: : (ibid.) fe[tus]: :
65a26i154,1265a6book 5211 [fe]tus: as máthir a ṡotho feissin ncach n-óen-chrann
[‘that every single tree is mother of its own fruit’] [analysis]
II 154,13arbor auctore Virgilio, qui in II georgicon hoc ostendit dicens:
65a27k154,13book 552 qui: (m.l.) virgilii georgicon .II.o
II 154,14«parua sub ingenti matris se subicit umbra».
65a27l154,14book 53111 parva: nominativus
65a28m154,1465a7book 5572 [in]genti: in fualascach bec ásas asin chrunn
[‘the small branches that grow out of the tree’] [analysis]
65a28154,14book 54111 [in]genti: " (ibid.) umbra: "
II 154,15unde specialia quoque uniuscuiusque arboris nomina feminina sunt, excepto
65a30154,15book 54142 excepto: : (65a32=154,17) nam: :
II 154,16oleastro, quod tam forma terminationis quam declinatio prohibuit esse
65a30n154,1665a8book 5541 forma: air is sainred do mascul in tairmorcenn in .er.
[‘for the termination in -er is peculiar to the masculine’] [analysis]
65a31o154,16book 5541 declinatio: secunda declinatio
II 154,17femininum. nam siler non est inter arbores ponendum, sicut nec rubus.
65a32p154,1765a9book 5543 563 siler: luib ⁊ ní crann
[‘a plant and not a tree’] [analysis]
65a33q154,17book 5543 563 rubus: dris reliqua
[‘thorn etc.’] [analysis]
II 154,18neutra quoque in or desinentia quattuor inueniuntur: marmor, aequor,
II 154,19ador, cor, praeterea communia, quae etiam apud Graecos communia
65a34r154,19book 5214 ador: genus etha {cf. E 43v27 fructus est}
[‘a kind of’]
65a35s154,1965a11book 5543 preterea: cenmithá aranecatar coitchena in or dano
[‘besides that common nouns in or also are found’] [analysis]
II 154,20sunt: memor, immemor, et a decore uel corpore uel colore composita,
II 154,21hic et haec indecor, dedecor, bicorpor, tricorpor, discolor,
65a39w154,2165a14book 5211 discolor: dédathaigthe
[‘two-coloured’] [analysis]
65a39x154,2165a15book 5211 concolor: comdathaigthe
[‘of the same colour’] [analysis]
65a38t154,2165a12book 5211 indecor: dochrud
[‘indecorous’] [analysis]
65a38u154,2165a13book 5211 bicorpor: déchorpdae
[‘having two bodies’] [analysis]
II 154,22concolor. auctor, quando αὐθέντην significat, commune est, quando
65a39y154,22book 5571 221 auctor: (m.l.) comminianus auctor cum ad auctoritatem refertur pro communi accipitur.-
65a39z154,2265a16book 5571 211 auctor: (m.l.) auctoritas. vetustas est in libro niciae autentica .i. arsata.,
[‘,authority’ is ,antiquity’ in the Book of Niceia (?). ,Authentic’ is ,ancient’’] [analysis]
65a39aa154,22book 5221 αυθεντ[ην]: .i. auctor in greca vetus latine
65a40bb154,2265a17book 5571 221 αυξητην: augmentum augtor thórmachtaid fo sodain ab augeo
[‘auctor increaser then from augeo’] [analysis]
II 154,23αὐξητήν, auctrix facit femininum, sicut omnia uerbalia in or desinentia.
II 154,24in ur, si sint propria uel deorum uel gentilia uel appellatiua auium
65a42154,24book 54144 propria: .- (65b3=155,1) anxur: .- (ibid.) astur: .-
65b1154,24book 54144 gentilia: ,, (ibid.) appellativa: ,, (65b3=155,1) turtur: ,, (ibid.) vultur: ,,


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Conspectus siglorum


St Gall, Stiftsbibliothek, 904 (a. 851)
Leiden, Universiteitsbibliotheek, BPL 67 (a. 838)
Karlsruhe, Badische Landesbibliothek, Aug. perg. CXXXII (s. IXb)
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale, Latin 10290 (s. IXc–d)
Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Cod. A 138 sup. (s. IX)
Dublin, Trinity College, MS 229 (C.1.8) (s. XI)


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Rijcklof Hofman, Pádraic Moran, Bernhard Bauer, St Gall Priscian Glosses, version 2.1 (2023) <> [accessed 20 July 2024]