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Hertz, ed., GL II, p. 365

Book 7: De ceteris casibus

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II 365,1excipitur his et ab his bobus); in hac uero [id est quarta] in quibusdam
136a41e365,1136a3book 7541 bobus: .i. ní .bovibus dogní
II 365,2inueniuntur ueteres per supra dictos casus plurales, quamuis nulla cogente
II 365,3causa differentiae, u paenultimam pro i ponentes, ut portubus, tribubus
136b3a365,3book 7541 partubus: ad analogiam
II 365,4lacubus. Ouidius in IIII fastorum:
II 365,5«praemia, de lacubus proxima musta tuis».
II 365,6neutrorum uero singularia, quae indeclinabilia esse supra dictum est,
II 365,7corripientia u assumentiaque a faciunt nominatiuum et accusatiuum et
II 365,8uocatiuum plurales: cornu cornua, genu genua. genetiuus uero et datiuus
II 365,9uel ablatiuus ad similitudinem fit tam masculini quam feminini: cornuum
II 365,10[genetiuus] his et ab his cornibus [datiuus et ablatiuus].
II 365,11

de nominatiuo casu singulari quintae declinationis

II 365,12quinta declinatio terminationem habet nominatiui unam in es
II 365,13productam, et sunt omnia feminini generis et Latina. excipitur unum, diēs,
II 365,14quod in singulari numero tam masculini quam feminini generis inuenitur,
II 365,15ut Lucanus in II:
II 365,16«pro fata! quis ille, /
II 365,17quis fuit ille dies?».
II 365,18Virgilius in IIII Aeneidos:
136b18b365,18book 752 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 365,19«ille dies primus leti primusque malorum /
136b18365,19book 74111 ille: " (ibid.) dies: "
II 365,20causa fuit».
II 365,21idem in II:
II 365,22«uenit summa dies et ineluctabile tempus /
136b20c365,22book 752 venit .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
II 365,23Dardaniae».
136b21d365,23book 7572 dardaniae: .i. troiae
II 365,24in plurali uero semper masculina inuenitur, hi dies, sicut etiam ab eo
II 365,25compositum semper masculini generis est, hic meridies. Terentius in
II 365,26adelphis:
II 365,27Ǡ praeterea /
II 365,28meridie ipso faciam ut stipulam colligat».
136b24365,28book 74111 meridie: " (136b25=365,28) ipso: "

 

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