Browse

GL page

Search

Search in:

 

New version 2.0 (beta) available for testing (Nov 2017).

Hertz, ed., GL II, p. 114

Book 3: De comparatione, de superlativo, de diminutivo

previous page | next page

Point to any link below for more information. Note that the text of Priscian below is that of Hertz’s edition, and that of the St Gall manuscript may differ. The gloss you selected is highlighted in yellow. (See introduction for further notes.)

II 114,1«ne quae hic agimus erus † perspiciet fieri, mea
II 114,2Planesium; /
II 114,3mane, suffundam aquulam».
II 114,4similiter anima animula, similiter equa equula (Plautus in
49b4c114,449b3book 3211 equa: láir
49b4d114,449b4book 3211 equla: lárene
49b4e114,4book 3566[?] +cistel[laria]: nomen artis
II 114,5cistellaria:
II 114,6«adhinnire equulam possum ego hanc, si detur sola soli»),
II 114,7arca arcula, mensa mensula. Plautus in mostellaria:
II 114,8«cedo † mihi speculum et cum ornamentis arculam».
II 114,9idem in eadem:
II 114,10«age accumbe igitur; cedo aquam manibus, puere,
II 114,11appone hic mensulam».
II 114,12in ulum: primum primulum, tantum tantulum. et haec tamen et in
49b10f114,12book 33232 haec: demminutiva
II 114,13olus desinentia una syllaba uincunt sua primitiua.
II 114,14in ster et cio et leus satis pauca in usu inueniuntur [diminutiua]
II 114,15et fere haec: Antonius Antoniaster, surdus surdaster (Cicero in
II 114,16Tusculanarum V: «erat surdaster M(arcus) Crassus»), parasitus parasitaster,
49b15g114,1649b5book 3211 parasitus: fuirsire
49b15h114,16book 3212 +parasi[taster]: blanditor
II 114,17catulus catulaster, homo homuncio, senex senecio (Afranius in
49b16i114,1749b6book 3211 senex: sen
49b17k114,1749b7book 3211 [se]nicio: senán
49b17l114,17book 3566[?] +afranius: proprium
II 114,18prodito:
49b17m114,18book 3566[?] +prodito: nomen artis
II 114,19«tu senecionem hunc satis est si seruas, anus»).
II 114,20[in leus:] equus equuleus (Cicero in Verrem de signis:
49b18n114,20book 3214 +equuleus: genus ornamenti {cf. E 33v10 genus tormentis (sic; B)}
II 114,21«equuleos argenteos nobiles, quique maximi fuerant, aufert»),
II 114,22[haec] acus [hic] aculeus, oculus oculeus.

 

previous page | next page