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Hertz, ed., GL III, p. 75

Book 15: De aduerbio, de interiectione

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III 75,1in em primitiua item, tandem; composita, ut itidem, ibidem,
228a36n75,1book 15212 +ibidem: .i. in eodem loco
III 75,2indidem, identidem. Cicero pro Roscio: «indidemne Ameria?».
III 75,3in im denominatiua inueniuntur et uerbalia siue participialia, ut a
III 75,4parte partim, a uiro uiritim, a uice uicissim, ab ostio ostiatim, a
228a41o75,4book 15212 +viritim: fortiter privatim
III 75,5statu statim, a raptu raptim, a saltu saltuatim, a cursu cursim, a
III 75,6stricto strictim, a furto furtim, a sensu sensim, a singulis singillatim,
III 75,7a fatu affătim (uel magis a Graeco ἀφάτως, id est abunde, unde et
III 75,8corripitur fa), a priuato priuatim, a paulo paulatim, a singultu
III 75,9singultim (Horatius in I sermonum:
III 75,10«ut ueni coram singultim pauca locutus»)
III 75,11[praesertim, confestim], a tractu tractim, a carptu carptim, a ductu
III 75,12ductim. Plautus in Curculione:
III 75,13«sine ductim, sed haec abiit, hac persequar».
III 75,14in um primitiua pauca sunt, iterum, sursum, rursum et rursus,
III 75,15prorsum et prorsus; deriuatiua uel composita dextrorsum, sinistrorsum
III 75,16(Horatius sermonum II:
III 75,17«ille sinistrorsum, hic dextrorsum abit; unus utrique /
III 75,18error»;
III 75,19sed antiqui etiam dextrouorsum dixerunt. Plautus in rudente:
III 75,20«sed dextrouorsum auersa est in malam crucem»),
III 75,21deorsum, horsum, orientem uersum, occidentem uersum. «deorsum
III 75,22uersum» Terentius in adelphis. similiter utroqueuorsum
228b17a75,22book 15215 +*utroque versum: .i. contra utrumque versum

 

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