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Grammatici Latini II, p. 446: Priscian, book 8 (De uerbo)

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II 446,1ἐφίλησα significat, similiter feci πεποίηκα καὶ ἐποίησα, uidi ἑώρακα
160b21446,1book 84144 221 feci: : (ibid.) πιεποιν: : (ibid.) επονπονσα: :
160b21446,1book 84144 221 vidi: " (160b22=446,1) εωρα: " (160b22=446,2) κειδον: "
II 446,2καὶ εἶδον, et sic omnia cetera), cum in praesenti in bo uel in po
160b22446,2book 84141 cum: .- (160b23=446,2) disinit: .-
II 446,3desinat uerbum, plerumque in psi facimus praeteritum perfectum in tertia
160b23446,3book 84142 psi: ¨) (160b25=446,5) nam: ¨)
160b24k446,3160b3book 8211 59 perfectum: dogniam ám
[‘we indeed make’] [analysis]
II 446,4coniugatione, ut scribo scripsi, nubo nupsi, scalpo scalpsi, repo repsi;
II 446,5nam pro ψ Graeca duplici in principio syllabarum posita Romani ps
II 446,6solent scribere.
II 446,7in secunda autem coniugatione βαρυτόνων Graeci, quae γ uel κ uel
160b27446,7book 84141 autem: " (160b28=446,8) efferunt: "
II 446,8χ habet, per ξ efferunt praeteritum infinitum, ut λέγω ἔλεξα, λήγω ἔληξα,
II 446,9εἴκω εἶξα, ἄγχω ἦγξα. nos quoque in go uel in co desinentibus idem
160b29446,9book 84142 go: . (ibid.) co: . (160b32=446,11) nam: .
II 446,10frequenter facimus in praeteritis perfectis, id est per x declinamus hoc
II 446,11tempus, ut rego rexi, pingo pinxi, duco duxi, dico dixi. nam in
II 446,12pho, cho, tho nullum terminat Latinum uerbum. itaque triumpho
160b32446,12book 84142 terminatur: ., (160b33=446,12) itaque: .,
160b33446,12book 84144 221 triumpho: " (160b33=446,13) θριαμβειως: "
II 446,13Graecum est ἀπὸ τοῦ θριαμβεύω; sed translatio fuit aspirationis a prima
II 446,14ad postremam syllabam, quomodo κύθρα χύτρα, quod est Ionicum,
II 446,15ἐνθαῦτα pro ἐνταῦθα, ad cuius imitationem Latini pro θρίαμβος
160b36446,15book 84144 θριαμβος: (b:) : (160b37=446,16) b: :
160b36446,15book 84144 triumphus: (p:) " (160b37=446,16) p: "
II 446,16triumphus per transmutationem aspirationis protulerunt; ideo tamen b in p
II 446,17conuersa est, quia b aspirari non potest.
II 446,18tertiam quoque illorum imitamur coniugationem, quam per δ τ θ
II 446,19efferunt, ut ᾄδω ᾖσα, ἀνύτω ἤνυσα, πλήθω ἔπλησα, nos ardeo arsi, laedo
II 446,20laesi, ludo lusi, concutio concussi.

 

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