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Grammatici Latini II, p. 513: Priscian, book 10 (De praeterito perfecto tertiae coniugationis)

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II 513,1«e somno pueros cum mane expergitus clamas».
II 513,2Caecilius uero secundum analogiam protulit in imbriis:
II 513,3«surdo mihi /
II 513,4dormitum suadet ut eam quisquam? et si ego
II 513,5obdormiuero, /
II 513,6tute idem ubi eris experrectus?».
II 513,7nanciscor etiam nactum facit absque n, ut Probo et Capro et
178b31513,7book 104143 facit: : (178b32=513,8) sicut: :
II 513,8Pollioni et Plinio placet. sicut et pangor pactum et fingor fictum et
II 513,9tangor tactum. sciendum tamen, quod sunt uerba, quae seruant n in
II 513,10participiis praeteriti siue in supinis, ut iungor iunctus, pungor punctus,
II 513,11fungor functus, emungor emunctus, extinguor extinctus, tingor
178b38''h513,11178b5book 10211 emungor: .i. nomglantar
[‘i.e. I am cleansed’] [analysis]
II 513,12tinctus, plangor planctus, angor anctus; quae autem seruant uel quae non,
II 513,13de participio tractatum reperies; quod autem corripitur antepaenultima
II 513,14păciscor et nănciscor et profĭciscor et expĕrgiscor, ex compositis siue
II 513,15primitiuis eorum potest dinosci: păciscor depĕciscor, profĭciscor a
II 513,16făcio, expĕrgiscor a pĕrgo pergis, nănciscor uero a năncio est, quod
178b42"i513,16book 10211 nanciscor: .i. undar
179a m.s.abook 1059 (m.s.) χriste benedic
II 513,17in usu fuit uetustissimis. Gracchus pro se: «si nanciam populi
179a2b513,17179a1book 10211 nanciam: in mesorsa
[‘shall I judge?’] [analysis]
179a2513,17book 1058 (m.l.) . (disiderium ? cf. comm.)
II 513,18desiderium, conprobabo reipublicae commoda». alia uero
II 513,19absque c in tum fiunt supina, ut irascor iratum, ulciscor ultum, nascor

 

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