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Hertz, ed., GL II, p. 250

Book 6: De nominatiuo et genetiuo casu

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II 250,1* puer, /
II 250,2inpube corpus».
105a18250,2book 64111 impube: : (ibid.) corpus: :
II 250,3Cicero tamen in IIII inuectiuarum: «filiumque eius inpuberem,
105a19250,3book 64111 filiumque: " (ibid.) inpuberem: "
II 250,4legatum a patre missum». idem in II de oratore: «quod nisi
II 250,5puberem te iam, inquit, haberet». alia uero omnia eiusdem
II 250,6terminationis correptae similem habent genetiuum nominatiuo, ut hic collĭs
II 250,7huius collis, haec puppĭs huius puppis, hic et haec suauĭs huius
105a24e250,7105a2book 6211 puppis: eross
105a m.i.fbook 659 (m.i.) ox VI
II 250,8suauis, hic et haec ciuĭs huius ciuis. excipiuntur hic lapĭs huius lapidis
II 250,9(uetustissimi tamen etiam huius lapis protulerunt. Ennius in XV
II 250,10annali:
II 250,11«obcumbunt multi letum ferroque lapique»),
II 250,12hic sanguĭs huius sanguinis, quod ueteres hoc sanguen dixerunt
II 250,13(Cicero in Hortensio: «ut ait Ennius:
II 250,14"refugiat timido sanguen atque exalbescat metu" ».
II 250,15idem in II annali:
II 250,16«o genitor, o sanguen dis oriundum»),
II 250,17haec pollĭs pollinis (sic Charisius; Probus autem et Caesar hoc
II 250,18pollen pollinis declinauerunt), haec cuspĭs cuspidis, semĭs semissis

 

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