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Hertz, ed., GL II, p. 433

Book 8: De uerbo

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II 433,1a regendo nascitur, peperit ex sese aliud uerbum regno. a uilico
156b3a433,1book 8212 571 vilico: (m.d.) icidorus/ Vilicus proprie/ villae guberna/tor est unde et a vil/la vilicus nomen/ accepit interdum/ autem vilicus non gu/bernationem vil/lae sed dispen/sationem uni/versae domus/ tullio interpretan/te significat quod est/ universarum/ possesionum/ et villarum/ dispensato/rem., {cf. K 65r50 q (m.d.) icidorus villicus proprie villae/ gubernator dicitur. 7 u/niversae domús/ dispensator ut/ tullius interpretatur/ lege .isidorus. ibi pleníus/ invenies..,}
II 433,2etiam uilico uel uilicor dicebant antiqui. Cato in oratione, quae
156b3b433,2156b1book 8211 313 vilico: .i. uandi as vilicus .i. rechtaire {cf. K 65r50 p .i. ónd rectairiu}
II 433,3inscribitur uti basilica aedificetur: «antequam is uilicare
II 433,4coepit». Atta in tirone proficiscente:
156b6c433,4book 8566[?] [at]ta: proprium
II 433,5«pater uilicatur tuus, iam mater uilica est».
II 433,6a metallorum quoque nominibus solent nasci uerba, ut ab auro auro
II 433,7auras, ab aere aero aeras, unde auratus et aeratus. Persius:
II 433,8«et ueri speciem dinoscere calles, /
II 433,9ne qua subaerato mendosum tinniat auro?».
II 433,10et a multis aliis nominibus inuenimus uerba deriuari, ut a cornice
II 433,11cornicor et a frutice fruticor. Persius:
II 433,12«nescio quid tecum graue cornicaris inepte».
II 433,13Iuuenalis in IIII:
II 433,14«sed fruticante pilo neglecta et squalida crura».
II 433,15a philosopho quoque philosophor philosopharis et ab architecto
II 433,16architector architectaris, a patre patro patras et patrisso, a Graeco graecisso,
II 433,17a spuma spumo, ab unda undo, abundo, inundo, ab aqua aquor
156b19d433,17156b2book 8331 (ab) unda: .i. huandí as unda. {cf. K 65v6 c á nomine unda}
II 433,18aquaris (Virgilius in IIII georgicon:
156b20e433,18book 852 +vergilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 433,19«sed circum tutae sub moenibus urbis aquantur»),
II 433,20a frumento frumentor frumentaris, a pabulo pabulor pabularis, ab
II 433,21antiquo antiquo antiquas [id est infirmo], heres exheredo, Graecus
II 433,22graecor graecaris, a uespera uesperasco, a luce luceo, a nocte pernocto,
156b24433,22book 853 vesperas[co]: (m.l.) ├" (cf. 155a34=428,22)
II 433,23a mare uel marito marito maritas, ab hieme hiemo hiemas, a fortuna
156b25f433,23156b3book 8313 211 mare: .i. ondí as mas .i. fer
II 433,24fortuno fortunas (Persius:
II 433,25«Mercuriumque /
II 433,26accersis fibra. da fortunare Penates»),

 

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