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Hertz, ed., GL II, p. 566

Book 11: De participio

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II 566,1facit), assuesco assuetus, quod quibusdam nomen esse magis uidetur,
194a1566,1book 114121 assuetus: " (194a2=566,1) quod: "
II 566,2sicut quiesco quietus. iuro etiam iuratus, quod etiam in passiua
194a3566,2book 114121 iuratus: .- (ibid.) quod: .-
II 566,3significatione inuenitur, quippe etiam uerbum ipsum Lucanus in V protulit:
194a3566,3book 114142 invenitur: : (194a4=566,3) quippe: :
194a4b566,3book 114227 verbum: pasivum
II 566,4«et laetae iurantur aues bubone sinistro».
II 566,5Statius etiam in VII:
II 566,6«captiuis etiam iurabere Thebis».
II 566,7coniurato Virgilius in II georgicon:
II 566,8«aut coniurato descendens Dacus ab Histro».
194a7c566,8book 1152 aut .. etc.: (m.l.) virgilii/ II/ georgicon
194a7d566,8194a1book 11211 572 coniurato: enod cainti ocondṡruthsin
194a7e566,8book 11561 histro: flumine
II 566,9addunt quidam etiam a careo cassus, quod si esset, deberet cassurus
194a8566,9book 114121 cassus: (ibid.) quod:
194a8f566,9book 114221 esset: participium
II 566,10facere futurum, non cariturus, quod Iuuenalis in II protulit:
194a9566,10book 114121 cariturus: " (ibid.) quod: "
II 566,11«tollere dulcem /
II 566,12cogitat heredem cariturus turture magno»,
II 566,13ut supra memorauimus. ergo cassus magis nomen est, sicut lassus, et
194a11566,13book 114143 cassus: : (194a12=566,14) significat: :
194a12566,13book 114143 nomen: " (ibid.) et: "
II 566,14maxime cum uanum significat, ut:
II 566,15«cassa fraude parat».
II 566,16titubo quoque titubatus facit. Virgilius in V:
194a14g566,16book 1152 virgilius: (m.l.) virgilius
II 566,17«uestigia presso /
II 566,18haud tenuit titubata solo».
II 566,19et in aliis multis neutrorum praeteriti participia uetustissimi protulisse
II 566,20inueniuntur, ut discessus, interitus, obitus, occasus, potus, senectus.
II 566,21neutropassiua quoque, quae sunt quinque, trium temporum habent
194a17566,21book 114145 neutropasiva: " (194a18=566,21) V: "
II 566,22participia, ut gaudeo gaudens gauisus gauisurus, audeo audens ausus
II 566,23ausurus, soleo solens solitus soliturus, fio fiens factus futurus differentiae
194a20566,23book 114145 futurus: " (194a21=566,23) deferentiae: "
II 566,24causa, ne, si facturus dicamus, simile sit participio, quod uenit a facio
194a21566,24book 11111[?]
194a22566,24book 114121 participio: .- (ibid.) quod: .-
194a22566,24book 114121 facio: . (194a22=566,25) quod: .
194a22566,24book 114122 facio: .- (194a23=566,25) eius: .-
II 566,25uerbo, quod uim actiuam possidet fio uerbi, unde a supino eius nascitur
194a23h566,25194a2book 11543 possidet: gním indí as fio
II 566,26passiuum praeteriti participium et futuri actiuum: factum factu, factus
194a23566,26book 114111 4143 pasivum: " (194a24=566,26) participium: " (ibid.) activum: "
II 566,27facturus; fido quoque fidens fisus fisurus.
II 566,28a communi uerbo quattuor nascuntur participia, praesentis siue

 

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