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Grammatici Latini II, p. 561: Priscian, book 11 (De participio)

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II 561,1«neque mei neque † tui te intus puditum est factis,
II 561,2quae facis»,
II 561,3taedet, paenitet, liquet, licet, libet, oportet; sed compositum
192a32561,3book 114142 tedet: " (192a33=561,3) pertesum: "
192a33f561,3book 11331 +pertesum: .i. compositum
II 561,4pertaesum inuenitur et paenitens, unde paenitentia, et libens et licens,
192a34561,4book 114143 invenitur: " (ibid.) ut: " (ibid.) et (libens): " (ibid.) et (licens): "
192a34561,4book 114121 poenitens: : (ibid.) unde: :
192a35561,4book 114121 licens: . (192a35=561,5) unde: .
II 561,5unde licentia, et licitus. Virgilius in VIII:
192a35g561,5book 1152 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 561,6«et licito tandem sermone fruuntur».
II 561,7Horatius:
II 561,8«licentum Satyrorum greges».
II 561,9sciendum tamen, quod haec omnia inueniuntur perfectorum declinationem
192a37h561,9book 113232 haec: impersonalia
192a37561,9book 114143 inveniun[tur]: ..- (192a42"=561,11) quomodo: ..-
192a38i561,9book 11423 perfectorum: primitivorum
II 561,10habentia in usu ueterum teste Capro: pigeo, taedeo, pudeo,
II 561,11paeniteo, liqueo, liceo, libeo, oporteo, quomodo placeo, contingo,
192a40561,11book 114121 placeo: : (192a41=561,11) contingo: : (192a42=561,11) evenio: : (192a40=561,12) vaco: : (192a41=561,12) attineo: : (192a42=561,12) accido: : (192a41=561,12) iuvo: : (192a42=561,12) dilecto: : (192b1=561,12) quorum: :
II 561,12euenio, uaco, attineo, accido, iuuo, delecto, quorum tertiae personae
II 561,13impersonalium uice funguntur: placet, contingit, euenit, uacat,
II 561,14accidit, attinet. non tamen etiam si participia deficiant, deficiunt et uerba;
192b3561,14book 114122 participia: .- (192b3=561,15) illa: .-
192b3561,14book 114122 verba: ¨ (192b3=561,15) eis: ¨
II 561,15illa enim ex eis, non ista ex illis nascuntur. sunt tamen quaedam
192b4561,15book 114121 participia: . (192b5=561,16) quorum: .
II 561,16participia, quorum quamuis deficiant uerba in usu, ratio tamen analogiae quod
192b5a561,16192b1book 11541 verba: fo .r.
[‘(deponents) in r’] [analysis]
192b5561,16book 114143 verba: " (192b6=561,17) possunt: "
192b5561,16book 114141 ratio: ,, (192b6=561,17) ostendit: ,,
II 561,17dici possunt ostendit, ut triumphatus, erratus, regnatus, laboratus,
192b6561,17book 114142 possunt: ... (192b12=562,2) enim: ...
II 561,18decursus. Virgilius in VI:
192b7b561,18book 1152 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 561,19«ille triumphata capitolia ad alta Corintho».
II 561,20idem in VI:
192b8c561,20book 1152 idem: (m.l.) virgilius
II 561,21«regnata per arua /
II 561,22Saturno quondam»,
II 561,23et in I:
II 561,24«arte laboratae uestes».
192b9d561,24book 1152 arte .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
II 561,25idem in III:
192b10e561,25book 1152 idem: (m.l.) virgilius
II 561,26«errata retrorsus /
II 561,27litora Achaemenides, comes infelicis Vlixi».
II 561,28Terentius in adelphis:

 

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