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Grammatici Latini III, p. 69: Priscian, book 15 (De aduerbio, de interiectione)

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III 69,1idem in Phormione:
III 69,2«merito te amo».
III 69,3idem in eadem:
III 69,4«postremo si nullo alio pacto, fenore».
III 69,5Liuius in XIII: «priuato nos tenuissemus»; dicitur tamen et
III 69,6priuatim. Sallustius in Catilinario: «ea priuatim et publice rapere».
III 69,7et saepe corripiunt o terminalem, quando in aduerbia transeunt, ut citŏ,
227a2b69,7book 1553 +et sepe .. etc.: (m.l.) ├: inante (cf. 189a17 i; 227b33 q)
III 69,8serŏ, modŏ. Iuuenalis in libro I:
III 69,9«et citŏ rapturus de nobilitate comesa /
III 69,10quod superest».
III 69,11Virgilius in IIII Aeneidos:
227a5c69,11book 1552 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
III 69,12«tu modŏ posce deos ueniam sacrisque litatis».
III 69,13Statius in I Thebaidos:
III 69,14«serŏ memor thalami maestae solacia mortis, /
III 69,15Phoebe, paras»,
III 69,16idem in II:
III 69,17«queriturque fidem tam serŏ reposci».
III 69,18necessario dicitur et necesse, sed necesse eget uerbo substantiuo.
227a8d69,18book 1525 +necesse: á nece
227a8e69,18book 15541 +verbo ([substantivo]): .i. est
III 69,19sunt tamen quaedam ex eadem declinatione, quorum neutra pro aduerbiis
III 69,20accipiuntur, ut multum, nimium, uerum et uero, primum et primo.
III 69,21Terentius in Andria:
III 69,22«primo haec pudice uitam, parce ac duriter /
III 69,23agebat».
III 69,24quod autem etiam prime dicitur, ostendit Terentius, qui compositum
III 69,25ab eo in Andria protulit:
III 69,26«nam id arbitror /
III 69,27adprime in uita esse utile, ut ne quid nimis».
III 69,28nimium quoque pro nimis frequenter inuenimus et parum pro

 

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