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Hertz, ed., GL II, p. 400

Book 8: De uerbo

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II 400,1neutra reperiuntur, adorior et adorio, impertior et impertio
145b25d400,1book 8212 impertior: divido {cf. K 60r27 w impertio .i. divido}
II 400,2(Naeuius in Hectore proficiscente:
II 400,3«tunc ipsos adoriant, ne qui hinc Spartam referat
II 400,4nuntium».
II 400,5Virgilius in I Aeneidos:
II 400,6«hinc portum petit et socios partitur in omnis».
145b28e400,6book 852 hinc .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilius
145b28f400,6book 8572 partitur: aeneas cervos
II 400,7Terentius in eunucho:
II 400,8«plurima salute Parmenonem /
II 400,9summum suum inpertit Gnatho»).
II 400,10spicio, ex quo aspicio actiuum et ex eo conspicor conspicaris
145b31g400,10book 8541 spicio: quod in usu non est {= K 60r29 y}
145b31400,10book 84122 *spicio: " (ibid.) eo: "
145b31400,10book 84121 conspicor: .- (145b32=400,11)quo: .-
II 400,11[deponens in quo etiam coniugatio mutata est conspicor conspicaris].
II 400,12Terentius in heautontimorumeno:
II 400,13«numquam tam mane egredior, neque tam uesperi, /
II 400,14† quin conspicer fodere arare».
II 400,15ab aperio quoque actiuo uidetur quibusdam esse experior commune et
145b36h400,15145b2book 8211 experior: .i. doscéulaim
II 400,16opperior deponens. Virgilius in XI:
145b37i400,16book 852 +virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 400,17«experto credite, quantus /
145b37400,17book 84122 experto: " (145b38=400,19) eius: "
II 400,18in clipeum assurgat»,
II 400,19quamquam simplex eius peritus esse uidetur, cuius uerbum in usu non
145b39400,19book 84121 peritus: : (ibid.) cuius: :
145b39k400,19145b3book 8543 verbum: arecar anainm induitius 7 ní airecar in briathar acht hi comsuidigud {cf. K 60r35 cc (m.l.) invenimus/ nomen in sim/plicitate/ verbum autem non/nisi in compos/sitione}
II 400,20est, quod debuit secundum analogiam perior esse. Terentius in supra
II 400,21dicta fabula:
II 400,22«hic ego † interea uirum opperibor».
145b41400,22book 8111[?] híc

 

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