Studies in the Word Formation of the Latin Inscriptions, Substantives and Adjectives; With Special Reference to the Latin Sermo Vulgaris

Studies in the Word Formation of the Latin Inscriptions, Substantives and Adjectives; With Special Reference to the Latin Sermo Vulgaris

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ...Blanditia. c. vI 21846 (Rome, Ist): (ilia) docta, decens, dulcis, grataque--is, BLANDITIES. ' c. VI 1 1005 (Rome): (filius) cuius per--em etc.; ib. 11511 (ib.): emus affectus et--et caritas etc. Canities. In Pompeian graffiti, c. Iv 2019: --ded-f; 2022: --; 3054: canihtiiem vetiiit (sic)4. DIVITIAE. c. xIV 2852 (Praeneste, 136): qui--as vincit pudor; V 1712 (Aquileia-)-): dixsit (sic): --as abes (=habens) frucre etc.; ib. 8986 a (Aquileia): (ilia) quae nec tantum--as fnmita etc.; Edict. Dioclet. pr. II 25: --ae quibus studuisse cernuntur; c. XII 949 (Arelate-)-): --as, paradise, tuas; VIII 212 (Cillium, Prov. Byzac., early 2nd): quis non hoc miretur opus fusasque videndo D--as stupeat tantos etc. Duritia. ' harshness. ' Edict. Dioclet. pr. II 20: nec quisquam--am statui putet. (= nec quisquam durum esse statutum putei). 10. Iustitia. Very freq. in inscrr. Laetitia. Freq. in inscrr. LATITIA ' zz latitudo, c. VI 26259 (Rome): agellus con clusus--ae p(edes) LxXv. LONGITIA 6--longitudo, c. VI 26259 (Rome): agellus conelusus----ae p(edes) CXXxVI. 1 Lucr., Claud., Solin. 1 Mommsen, 1. c.: ' certe sive avarities scribitur sive avaritic, subabsurdum est et vix videtur posse feni ne in hex: quidem tam n1di et male facto carmine.' Schrader proposed amaritie; but the tradition, (for the stone is lost), stands for avaritie. Amarities Catull. is therefore Snag sip. 3 Apul.. Aug., c. G. L. IV p. 107. 39; leporem, blanditiaem (sic). Zangemeister l. c.: De explicanda inscriptione non habeo prquod oferam, nisi forte prius vocabulum est canitiem, Only Gromat. Vet. Ital. latczza, Fr. laesse. Gromat. Vet. Ital. longhezza, Span, longueza, Fr. longesse. 1 Sail., Tac., Spart., Lact. 1 Col., Pliny. 3 Col., Pliny, Afran. 1 8.-MONIUM, -MONIA. The unclassical character of...show more

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  • Paperback | 38 pages
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236495578
  • 9781236495570