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VIII. - On Latin Glossaries, with especial reference to the Codex Sangallensis 912.


DURING the past ten years there has been a marked increase of attention paid in Germany and elsewhere to the problems of Latin lexicography. In this connection the old Latin glossaries have assumed a fresh importance, as containing a mine of new and old words not yet sufficiently explored. This renewed interest is largely due to the efforts of the late Dr. Gustav Loewe, who pub- lished in 1876 his masterly Prodromus Corporis Glossariorum Lati- norum, and up to the time of his death was diligently engaged in

collecting materials for a grand corpus. These collections have now passed into the hands of Loewe's colleague, Prof. Georg Goetz of Jena; and the K6nigliche Sachsische Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften is to furnish the means for the further prosecution of the undertaking.

One of the most remarkable features in the history of Roman literature is the surprising activity with which grammatical studies were carried on in the last century of the republic and the first two centuries of the empire. When Verrius Flaccus composed his work, De Verborum Significatu, he must already have had a large stock of material to draw from, and his alphabetical lexicon doubt- less resembled in its fulness an encyclopoedia rather than a common dictionary. Upon this work later writers drew when they wished to make a show of learning. Nettleship 1 has shown the dependence of Aulus Gellius, Nonius Marcellus, Macrobius, and Servius upon Verrius, and has done much to indicate the lines upon which a partial reconstruction of the work of Verrius must proceed. The relation of the Placidus glosses to Verrius has been pointed out by Loewe; and they have been well edited by Deuerling,2 although

1 Cf. American Journal of Philology, Vol. II. pp. 253-270, Vol. III . pp. -17, 170-I92.

2 Luctatii Placidi Grammatici Glossae, rec. et illust. A. Deuerling, Leipsic, 1875, and Glossae quae Placido non adscribuntur nisi in Libro Glossarum, A. Deu-

erling, Munich, I876.

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many still remain to be reclaimed from the older glossaries. Loewe shows that where Paulus in his epitome of Festus gives only the nominative of a substantive, or the first person singular of a verb, Placidus often gives the exact form used; so that, in the collection of the fragments of early authors, much more weight must be attached to the testimony of Placidus than has been the case hitherto. E.g. Varro L. L., V. 153 says, "In circo carceres unde emittuntur equi, nunc dicuntur carceres. Naevius oppidum appel- lat." Placidus p. 57 gives iuxta oppidum: prope carceres. Hence we may be almost certain that Naevius wrote iuxta oppidum. So where Paulus 89 says that Cato usedfutare in the sense of saepius fiisse, Placidus has 44 and 45 futavit: fui, fuavere :fuere, which definite forms may doubtless be referred to Cato.1 So nearly all glossaries compiled from different sources contain oblique cases of substantives, or verb-forms not in the first pers. sing. of the present indicative or in the present infinitive, which we may be certain actu- ally occurred; and although we may not be able to assign them to any definite author, they have their value for the study of forms.

For example, Georges cites for the use of abstare Horace, Ars P. 362 (abstes) and Plaut. Trin. 264 (abstandus). Loewe, Glossae Nominum, p. 204, cites glosses containing the forms abstat, abstant, and absto. To these must be added from the Sangallensis 9I2 abstans: distans A 44. Vergil, AEn. IV. 606, uses the form extinxem. So we find E. 255 extixe: extincsisse, which would prove the existence of the form extinxe, unless indeed we suppose that the gloss originally referred to the Vergilian pas- sage, and that the final m, as frequently, has been lost.

Nearly every large library in Europe has its old Latin glossaries. They range in date from the seventh century down to the fourteenth and fifteenth. The Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris is especially rich in manuscripts of this sort, many of which I have examined. In the Vatican, at Leyden, Munich, Milan, St. Gall, Berne, Vienna, and elsewhere are found valuable glossaries, most of which have never been edited, although in some cases large excerpts have been made. The character of the results which may be expected from a careful editing of the more important of these glossaries I hope to illus- trate by some remarks upon the Codex Sangallensis 912, which I afterwards print in full. Of this codex Loewe, Prodromus, p. I39, says: "Cum codicibus Vaticano (3320, saec. IX.) Vindobonensique (2404) consentit etiam codicis Sangallensis 912 praecipua glossa-

1 Cf. Loewe, Glossae Nominum, p. 95 ff.

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rum materia. Sangallensis praeter Vaticanum 332I omnium codi- cum quotquot hac usque noti sunt vetustissimus." It belongs to the latter part of the seventh or the beginning of the eighth cen- tury. In form duodecimo it contains three hundred and twenty pages (of which pp. I-3, I59, i6o, i96, 230 are left blank), with an

average of about sixteen glosses to the page. Altogether it has about five thousand one hundred and fifty glosses, of which the largest number for any one letter (six hundred and twenty-two) fall to C, while P has five hundred and twenty-six and S four hundred and fifty-seven. Most of the words are Iatin. Not a few He- brew words and proper names, however, occur, due to ecclesiastical sources; and there are numerous Greek words in Latin translitera- tion. Singularly enough, one Gothic word is found. B 38 baltha: audax. Gothice is written on the margin. The glossary begins with abba .pater, and closes with Zipherus: ventius EXPL. ERMENEU- MATA DO GRATIAS AMEN.

The orthography of the Codex deserves our careful consid- eration; for it throws light upon the pronunciation and phonetic changes of a comparatively late period, and has a value for the student of the Romance languages.

Moreover, a conspectus of the bad spellings which are common is often helpful for the emendation of difficult glosses. There is, of course, danger of referring to a phonetic cause mistakes which are purely palaeographical in their origin, as the confusion of c and t, of c and g, of s and r, of a and u, etc., due to a resemblance in the form of the letters; but where a bad spelling is constant or fre- quently repeated, it usually has a phonetic significance. I can only give here comparatively few instances under each head; but the examples given by Schuchardt in his Vokalismus des Vulgar- lateins might be largely increased from this codex.


d for t, very frequent :1 aboditur A 40, abscondida 58,2 amicidia 62, iadior 173, nodrix 267, appfedit 320, iudridum C I95, consuedudo 553, penades P 212, odiosi R 96, scadit S 60, solidudo 291, todidem T I64, aequides 178.

/ for d,3 much less frequent: innotata A I22, multiuto I89, stopite

1 Cf. Schuchardt, I. 124; Seelmann, Die Aussprache des Latein, 309. 2 Where no letter is added, the word occurs under the same letter as the

word preceding. 3 Cf. Schuchardt, II. 257; Seelmann, 309.

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B 53, canditi 60, bifietalis 18, comnlutere C 430, metriatrix I 360, Atri- atici L 102, spflenditum 139, sorditum I75, sorditus 0 43, 5alutamenta P 30, cufitidas S 3.

g for c:1 agonita A 203, fraefugat =fraefocat 283, simulagra 347, belligusa B 73, belligare = vellicare D 84, verrugas M 96, mulgatores I43, negromantia N 54, pupSigatum P 438, progatia 439, trages T 32, truges 208. One of the earliest examples of this change of surd to sonant, which was persistent, is furnished by negotium; so, too, neglegens. The prox- imity of I or r favors it; as G. 71 gremia for cremia, although Mommsen, Ulp. dig. 32, 55, 4, retains gremia. Compare also sagrarium B 9 (cf. It. sagramento). Interesting is grotalus 0 121 (cf. It. agrotfo, Sp. ocroto, both derived from onocrotalus by G. Baist, Romanische Forschungen, I. 445).

c for g. These cases are to be received with caution, as it is often diffi- cult to decide whether the Ms. has c org. G being differentiated from c only by a slight stroke, some of these cases may be due to the carelessness of scribes. It is probable, however, that as c was often pronounced g, so c was often written for g, but pronounced g (" Umgekehrte Schreib- weise"). Schuchardt, 1I. 413, says, "Die Verwandlung des g in c ist zwischen Vokalen unmoglich." abiucassere A I6, abgreco 50, agacula 192, navicio 220, antaconista 279, locobris 397, clanco C 148, coaculatum 467, elivicata E 46, prodicus P 442, repacula R 91, propaco S 265, tecula T 28.

b for p :2 aborreas A 27, abricum 67, crebindia C 263, crebido 265, scabum S 64, obtima 217.

p for b,3 infrequent: puplica A 444, piuplighatum P 438, puplice 467. Cf. Puplicus in inscriptions, opproprium 0 149, vizurna V 105.

b for v.4 The vulgar confusion of b and v, from the second century on, is well known. Examples very numerous. Ababus A 2, abita = avida A 24,lubius 80, bipiillus B io6, bobinatores 130, obserba C 122, silbas 222,fabor F I, serbus M 42, prelibabimus P 129, quibi Q 30.

v for b: duvium A 61, acevitas = acerbitas 73, duzvitanti 218, caval- lares 253, sivi 269, vaccae B 43, cavallus C 7, cavallarius P 356, biven- dum S 191, lividinantes 362.

t/ for ci:5 dilitias A 133, apitiosus 301, sotius C 369, 382, 431, 544, commertio 394, sotietate 427, caltiamentum 589, untias D 242, homuntio H 133, mendatium I 212, sautio M 179,fallatia P 18, audatia 439, sautius S 52.

ci for ti : precium, 0 127.

c dropped before t:6 autionarius A 433, autio 444, contra/ts C

1 Cf. Corssen, I. 77; Schuchardt, I. 124 ff.; Seelmann, 346. 2 Cf. Schuchardt, I. 124, 127, 144 ff.; Seelmann, 299. 8 Cf. Seelmann, 299. 4 Cf. Schuchardt, I. 131; Seelmann, 239 f. 5 Cf. Seelmann, 323. 6 Cf. Seelmann, 278, 348.

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542, defunturium D 119, funtio F 240, iunturi R 148, coniuntum S 38.

t dropped before t:1 cantates A 163, ardetes 353, hydromates H 66, aterna 2 L i8, fztfgetes 27.

n dropped before d: 3 compedium C 545- Perhaps in D 68 de5penendi: reddendi, n is for nn - nd dependendi.

Compare dispennite distennite, Plaut. Mil. I407.4 ss for ns: condessat A 84. ns for ss.: consensus C 133, defensus D 83. n inserted before s : 5 pertensum P 300. n dropped before final s : 6 freques C I98, S 91, 98,flagras F 82, ingemi-

nas I 227, obnites 0 56, loques i66. s for final x: arupes A 348, senes D 6, G 65, mermis M 76. s for sc: 7 resiscere R I03. Dropping of final m, frequent : aliena A 14, lege 58, aliena terra 102,

arcu F I98, ad ira P 486, fala V 159. Dropping of final t: aberunca A 9, tolle = tollit 14, demitti M I05,

peiera P I99. So often in verb-forms. H is very frequently omitted or falsely added: abitudo A 15, actenus

8i, achademia 86.

ffor ph is very frequent. Cf. F 23, 58, 65, etc. I for d is found in anoliterium A 317.8 g for i = j in degerat9 D 150. g dropped between vowels 10 infrius H 13. Cf. Sanorum for 5agano-

rum P 55. Worthy of mention is G 53 gneumon : dicitur puimo, which may be

accounted for in this way. The scribe found neumon for pneumon, just as in Pliny, N. H. XIX. 60, certain Mss. have neumaticis. Having a consciousness of some silent letter, he prefixed g, after the analogy of gnatuzs, gnavus, gnosco, and gnomon. Compare the " Umgekehrte Schreibung," cited by Schuchardt, I. 144, pturmae for turmae, from an inscription of about 200 A. D.


o for U: 11 aboditur A 40, nodrix 267, degostat D 156, fotiles F 187,

gostata H 9. o for uz, very frequent:12 colhnine (cf. columen) A I03, intolit IO8, oc-

1 Cf. Seelmann, 283. 2 Cf. Saalfeld, Tensaurus Italograecus for lanterna. 3 Cf. Seelmann, 283. 4 Cf. Seelmann, 312. 6 Cf. Seelmann, 285; Corssen, I. 255. 6 Cf. Seelmann, 284. 7 Cf. Schuchardt, I. 145; III. 75. 8 Cf. Seelmann, 310. 9 Cf. Schuchardt, I. 72. 10 Cf. Seelmann, 349. 1 Cf. Schuchardt, II. I8I ff.

12 Cf. Seelmann, 216; Schuchardt, II. I49 ff.

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corro 114, aemnolo 134, locrurm 140, aercolus 162, volocres 228, stopite B 53, copidus 75, oxore C 206, foturim F I89, iovenalis I 178, doplans 227, orbanitas S 15, simolat 207, sporca 3 9.1

u for 0 2 furinula D 297, cupiosus F 02, ferux I3, futa 172, verbu- sitas G I, custudia 13, nubeli 69, murio H 35,fluritum 112, iucula I 369, immubilis 0 53, cognuscere R 103, susfizs S 442, lurica T 169.

u for 0:3 accula A 102, cognitur C 574, curtina 596, sztuerinspiectur E 106, interpulavit I 342, balneatur M 78, 79. So frequently nouns in

-tor, which Schuchardt claims had o " vulgarlateinisch." obturpuit 0 49, pulluta P 427.

i for e: acidia A 91, vinditio vindunt 429. (Schuchardt 4 compares wal. vinde, sizil. vinniri) bisteis B 69 (cf. It. biscia), biluae 99, and P 239, delivit D Io8, disperatus 183, disidem 185, fistinanter P I35, filicitas 494, criscet 364, signifies S 193, signes 196.

i for g: 5 inergumina I I69,6 innomirum, innomirabilem 282, numirus M 20, nimpe N 92, quatinus Q 2, Cf. Festus 258, quatenus significat qua fine, at quatinus quoniam.

e for :7 fermandi Q 43 (cf. Fr. fermer) ceccum C 217. Gr6ber, Archiv fur Lat. Lex., I. 545, shows that Span. chico, Fr. chiche, It. cica, prove the i to be long.

e for f: 8 froicet A 13, tollet 25, abluet 51, and so frequently in the 3d pers. sing.: addedit 108, adepiscitur I Io, semile 144, vectimae 198, vices- sim 216, aleus 237, engens B 122 (cf. Fr. engen < ingenium), mzinester C 40, P 43, S 53, spessavif C 266 (cf. It. spesso) sinester S 14, pegritia 198.

Prosthetic i9 is seen in I 407 istromates and 416 istromatheas =

stromateus. I inserted L 133 linchine 10 = lychni. Examples of ae for e, and e or e for ae will be found on every page. a for au '1 agusta, agustum, agustorum, agustius A 184-187, actius

A 96, cadices C 119, ladis F i, lade H 63. Cf latomus L 6i, and Saalfeld, Tensaurus lautumiae. Perhaps caudalocus = catalogus C 62 may be

regarded as an instance of "Umgekehrte Schreibung." Other phonetic peculiarities will be touched upon in the notes. I will

only mention here as deserving attention, if my reading is correct, a single case of ie for eor 12 biv for biierafor bivira B 1oI. In Plautus Mss. ver and

1 Cf. Schuchardt, II. 355; Isid. Or. XII. I, 25: "porcus quasi spurcus (Var. sporcus).

2 Cf. Seelmann, 214; Schuchardt, II. 91 ff. 3 Cf. Seelmann, 211 f.; Schuchardt, II. ioi. 4 Cf. Schuchardt, I. 343 f.; Seelmann, I89 f. 6 Cf. Seelmann, 183, I86. 6 Cf. Schuchardt, III. 140. 7 Cf. Seelmann, 19I. 8 Cf. Seelmann, 200. 9 Cf. Seelmann, 317.

10 Cf. Schuchardt, II. 4Io, and Saalfeld, Tensaurus. 11 Cf. Schuchardt, II. 306-320; Seelmann, 223. 12 Cf. Schuchardt, II. 332 f.


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vero are frequently found for viri and viro (cf. Loewe, Prod., p. 75). Compare Fr.fier, miel,fiel, fromferzum, mel,fel.

To inspire respect for the miscellaneous contents of these glossa- ries, it is only necessary to show that many of the unusual words and forms found in them go back to the most excellent sources. This I shall endeavor to do by a few illustrations taken from the

Sangallensis. nis : nobis N 86. Neither Loewe nor De Vit in his Glossarium cites

this gloss, although doubtless it will be found in other glossaries. The only other evidence for the existence of a form nis is a remark of Paulus under the world caliin 47, " Antiqui dicebant pro clam, ut iis pro nobis, sam pro sueam, im pro eum."

anxati: vocati nominati A 276. Compare with this Paulus 8, axare:

nominaare. Axare seems to be required by axamenta Paulus 3, and the derivation from the root seen in neg,are, adagium. But, as Mueller remarks, the alphabetical order seems to require anxare, standing, as it

does, between antari'ium and antizfzagmenta. See also Gloss. Labb. anax- ant: ovoidCiovoLv. De Vit gives a gloss anxiati: nomiinati' vocati.

exanclare: exaurire E 287. Compare Paulus o8, exanclare : exlhau- rire. Placidus 38, exanclare, exhiaurire, a Graeco venziens, quod quidem verbum Plautus, saecularis poeta comicus 5osuit iit Sticho .' "ne iste ede-

pol vinum poculo pauxillulo saepe exanclavit." oppiridanus: civis ex oppfida nam omfpiidaneus Lati?num est, afiud anti-

quos oppiida dicta sunt quod opem dare (nt) O 131. Paulus 203, opp,iidru dictum est quod opem i5raebet. The dare, however, is as much a part of the etymology as oeSem; and so Festus 202, quoting from Cicero de Gloria, has "quod oemz darent." This is lost in the praebet of Paulus. Other explanations are given by Varro, L. L., V. 32, and Servius ad AEn. IX. 608.

remilus : reianzdo R 73. Compare Paulus 276, remnillum dicitur quasi refandum.

sarissa : genus teli Macidonici S 36. Festus 318, Sarissa est hastae Macedonicae genus.

sucerda stercus uvile S 378. Paulus 303, Sucerda stercus suillum, etc. To make sense, uvile should be emended to suillru (suile ?) An

easier emendation, however, is ovile (u for o, cf. ofpilio and utilio). And

as, according to the conjecture of Mueller Festus 302, Verrius Flaccus must have treated of ovicerda --stercus ovile in the same connection, ovile may have arisen from some confusion of two glosses.

tagax: forunculus T 3. Festus 359 Tagax furunculus a tangendo cuius vocabuli Lucilius mnemirnit "et mutonis manum perscribere posse

tagem." (tagacem Paulus). Goetz Rheinisches Museum Bd. XL. p. 327 cites from Vaticanus (1469) " tagax: fugax " where furax is to be writ-

ten. Cf. Loewe Prod. p. 317. nusciosus: qui plus vepere videt N 133, is a corrupt remnant of what

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is found in Paulus I71. Nusciciosus, qui parutn videt proater vitium oculorZum, quique plus videt ves,eri, quam meridie. From the fuller statement of Festus I73, we learn that Aelius Stilo explained the word thus, qui phls videret vesperi, guam meridie, nec cognosceret, nisi quod usque ad oculos admovisset. Cf. Loewe Prod. pp. 17 and 121.

lixa: aqua dicebant antiqui unde elixare dicitur L 148. Compare Nonius Marcellus p. 62, lixanm namgue aquam veteres vocaverunt, unde elixzum dicimus aqua coctumz; and p. 48, elixum quicquid ex aqua molli- tur vel decoquitur nam lixem aquam veteres dixerunt. In the latter passage Quicherat reads lixemi with the Mss., but in the former against the Mss. corrects lixam to lixemz. The evidence of the glossaries, as Loewe points out (Prod. p. 404), would rather favor the correction of lixem to lixam. The gloss, while not derived from Nonius directly, may go back to the same source.

alcitellus: alte evocatus A 256, altellus: terra nutritus 258 (not terrae, as Loewe reads Prod. p. 12, where other forms of this gloss are given). Altellus as a surname of Romulus is known to us only from Paulus 7. Whether the form alcitellus is anything more than a corrup- tion, it would be difficult to say. It has some support in acitella, Frag. Vindob. 2404 (Loewe 1. c.).

exaustant: exauriunt E 234, confirms Paulus 82, exhaustant: effe- runt. Although the lexica furnish no example of this verb, we may be sure that this exact form occurred.

taura: sterelis T 17, is an example of a gloss reduced to its lowest terms. Compare Paulus 353. Tauras vaccas steriles dici existimatur hac de causa, quod tnon magis pariant quam tauri, see also Festus 352.

aeneatores: corno vel calamo cantales A 163, contains, with slight emendation, the same information as Paulus 20, aeneatores: cornicines dicuntur, id est cornu canentes.

ceccum: cortex maligranati C 217. Paulus 42, Ciccum membrana tenuis malorum punicorum. For a full discussion of this gloss see Loewe Prod. p. 274.

bibinare: inquinare sanguine muliebri minstruum B 154. The

alphabetic order requires bubinare. Paulus 32, Bubinare est menstruo mulierum sanguine inquinari. Lucilius: " Haec " inquit " te imbubinat, at contra te imbulbitat." Placidus p. 13, bibinare, sanguine inquinare. Inquinare should be read in Paulus, cf. Loewe Prod. pp. 250 and 313 f.

camtpae: equi marini C 17. Paulus 44, Cappas marinzos equos Graeci a flexu posteriorum fartium appellant. If we compare Hifppocampi, equi marinii, a flexu caudarum, quae piscosae sunt, Nonius p. I20, we can

hardly doubt that campas should be read for capias. carisa: faba C 69. Paulus 44, Carissam azpud Lucilium vafram

signzficat. Hence for faba we must read vafra. According to Loewe Glossae Nominum, p. 150, Codex Casinensis 4395 has carissa: paba. For fuller glosses of this word see Prod. p. 304.

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For other glosses which go back to equally good ancient sources, see the notes on abellum A II, acerlis 82, alux 224, arceria 36I, bispiilus B

o06, boa 12I, camuribus C 22, cannar 1 6 and 44, ceritus 234, cocula 341, comipernens 402, gentiunt G 49, hostit H 124, hostimentum I28, inter-

capito I 352, investis 384, macilentus M 30, mnapalia 33, metacastor 80, lapite L 60, opiniparum 0 154, saccella S 12, taxat T 7, trabica 23, transtres 24, tragula 27, tesqua 88, tybicines 112, vola V 146.

Sometimes it is possible to refer a word glossed with more or less probability to a definite author.

Thus A 287 and 288, anfracta: intertortuosa, anfracta: et difficilia

undoubtedly refer to a passage quoted by Varro, L. L. VII. I5, and after him more fully by Nonius, p. I92, from the Eurysaces of Attius,

Su2ter Oceani stagna dlta patris Terradrum anfracta revisam.

Varro's explanation is somewhat different, anfractum est gexumn, ab origine duzlici dictum, ab ambitu etfrangendo.

A I57, aetatula: aetate modica, shows that the gloss refers to some

passage where the word occurred in the ablative. Such a passage is quoted by Aulus Gellius II. 23, 10, from Caecilius, Quis vestrarum fuit integra aetatula ?

C 93, caliotur: fallit, corrupt for calvitur, which may go back to the Laws of the XII. Tables. "Si calvitur pedemve struit manum endoia- cito," quoted by Festus 313. Placidus, p. 25, has Calvitur, frustratur. deci25it, which more resembles the explanation of Nonius, p. 6. Cal- vitur dictumn est ffustratur, fractum a calvis mimicis, quod sint omnibus frustratui. Plautus in Casina (II. 2, 3)

Nam ubi domi sola sum Sopor mranus calvitur.

It is better, therefore, to refer the gloss to this passage. It is worthy of notice that Servius ad dEn. I. 720, explains calvio by fallo, "Alii calvan,

quod corda amantum calviat id est fallat atque eludat." For other glosses see Prod. p. 366.

C 3I6, circunfundimnur: circumdamur. No one can doubt that the reference here is to Verg. dEn. II. 383,-

Inruimus, densis et circumfundimur armis.

A 380, ast ego: ego auftem probably refers to iEn. I. 46, -

Ast ego, quae divom incedo regina, Iovisque (cf. VII. 308),

in commenting on which Servius compares Sallust's use of vos autem. A 220, allabi: navigio duci refers, I think, to iEn. III. I31, -

Et tandem antiquis Curetum adlabimur oris.

The form adlabi occurs AEn. X. 269.

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A 248, allavitur: leviter decurit may refer to AEn. X. 292, -

Sed mare inoffensum crescenti adlabitur aestu.

C 382, comaotrix: sotia ad bibendum, may refer to Terence, And. 232,

Quia compotrix eius est. di, date facultatem obsecro.

A 244, aliorsum: altera in iarte may refer to Ter. Eun. I. 2, 2, where Donatus explains it in alianm artem. In a Terence glossary found in Cod. Vaticanus 1471, recently edited by Goetz, occurs aliorsum: aliter dicit.

Many other cases of this sort will be found in the notes. I will only call attention to bobinatores B 130, bucones 153, catax C 34, cassibus 52, carinantes 114, calcitrones I35, conbibiones 543, consuetio 553, discernicu- lum D 227, libare L 99, perpexa P 307, persolla 310, senta S io6, serpit I50, semicenm 57, subtemine 353, suffecet 398, tresoli T 83, tumulus 196, undantia U 189.

Now, a good source having been established for so many of these glosses, it stands to reason that other rare and difficult words

go back to equally good sources, although we may not be able to

appeal to any ancient authority for their use. While the evidence of a glossary as corrupt in its orthography as the Sangallensis may be regarded as insufficient to establish a form or word otherwise

unknown, the comparison of several related glossaries may enable us to arrive at the true form, and to assign to it its right meaning; and words thus established, if supported by good analogies, ought to be looked upon as the property of the language, and received into our dictionaries. A few examples will illustrate this.

helitores: ortolani (= hortulani) H 40. Loewe Prod., p. 339, cites four other glosses in support of helitores. Doubtless the word was con- tained in the fuller discussion of Verrius Flaccus, from which Paulus oo00 has preserved "Helus et helusa antiqui dicebant, quod nunc holus et holera." In this case, therefore, we are not only certain of the form, but we can assign it to a very early period of the language. Plaut. Trin. 407, already uses holitores, and Placidus, p. 51, gives Holitores, holerum dis- tractores.

dilargus: multum donans D I72. Dilargus, which according to Loewe Prod., p. 382, and Hildebrand, p. I05, is found in several glossa- ries, has already been received into the dictionaries of De Vit and Du Cange. It is supported by the use of dilargiri, although after the analogy of deparcus (Suetonius) we might rather have expected delargus as its opposite.

exumfituavi: pauper factus sum E 236 (cf. Hildebrand, p. 136, and Loewe Prod., p. 425, who also gives exsumptuavit: pauperavit). Both De Vit and Du Cange give exsumfptuare, and the latter cites Baldricus

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lib. I. Chr. Camerac, cap. 120, Domresticos sane exsumPtuabat locu leta- bat alienigenas. Before assignin, the word, however, to a late period, it will be well to remember that Lucilius uses deargentare, and Plautus has expeculiatus.

aequalentiae: semile (simnilis) divisio A 144. This word is doubtless of late origin. Du Cange defines it as L Divisio hereditatis vel bonorum per aequales partes," and gives several examples of its use.

baulat: latrat B 14, we might be inclined to emend to baubat. Bau- bantur occurs in Lucretius V. I070, and Isidorus Diff., I. 607, gives canis baubat vel latrat, while Codex Casinensis 439 has baubantur catuli (cf. Loewe Glossae Nominum, p. 249); but in an onomatopoetic word the termination may easily vary. We may well compare the English bawl, of which the baw is the essential part, and Gr. 3av;tvw. According to Du Cange, Ugutio, in giving the names for the cries of different animals, has "Canum latrare seu baulare." Du Cange and Diefenbach both recognize baulare.

abiuga: a iug,o sezota vel dissociata A 18 seems to prove the exist- ence of an adjective abizugus. De Vit cites a gloss Abiugus: Ovcrla, C(cyeat, which must be compared with abiuges hostiae: iugum non expertae also given by Du Cange. So we have both biiugus and biiugis, qua- driiugus and quadriiugis. Vergil speaks of such hostiae in Georg. IV. 540, as intacta cervice iuvencas. Cf. Ovid Met. III. 12, bos-nulluin passa iugu m.

omnopere: omni virtu e 0 II , also found in Ambr. B 31 (cf. Loewe Glossae Nominum, p. 168). Omnofere is formed regularly after the analogy of tantofere, mnagnofere.

elapidavit: distruxit E 40. Pliny uses elapida/us-- freed from stones. Hildebrand, p. I34, gives this gloss, expilat, occulte exterminat vel elapi- dat. Dilanpidet in Terence Phorm. v. 8, 4, is explained by Donatus as disperdat.

bidendo: fodio B 94 (cf. Du Cange under bidendare and bidentare). The substantive bidentatio shows that there must have been a verb bidento, although it seems not to occur in any author.

cinnts : tortio oris, unde dictus est cicinnus C 327. Loewe gives in addition the following glosses, Prod., p. 393: cinnus: orlti oris; cinnus: tortio oris; cinzus: torciores inde cinnus; cinos: tortiones iindecentes (corruption for cinnus: tortio oris; inde ciicininus). He conjectures that the full gloss once read cinnus: tortio oris, inde dictus est cincinnus [tortus caiillus], and that we may explain Cinna as homo torti oris. Fur- thermore he cites ciinus: nutus; cinzns: vev3a (gloss. Philoxeni, p. 38, 29); nutu: Zvoluntate sive cinno vel aspectu; nictar e: ciinnum facere, id est oculo annuere; cinnavit: innuit prozmisit. Nothing could illustrate better the assistance to be derived from a comparison of many glos- saries. No one can doubt the existence of cinnus, at least in vulgar Latin,-and Grdber Archiv I. 545, without referring to the proof of Loewe,

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posits ciznuim in sense of " Stirnrunzeln, Winken nach: span. ceno, aspan. aceiar winken, port. cenho, prov. cenn-ar, winken, afrz. cener, acener, rat. cii, Wink, ital. cenno, acennare."

For other new, rare, or difficult words, some of which still wait for a satisfactory explanation, see the following glosses with their notes :

acrore A 94, receriatur 279, interrtoruosa 287, belligeratores B 71, cas- talitati C 43, carpacus 75, canier 115, recrastinatio 395, conlibiscet 480, conclasare 504, abinvicem 623, desitescere D 48, verruculatzs D 132, divale I90, discipulati 210, dispernit 244, dip,lumatarius 249, extestinum E 286, eloquus F 2, faJssiloquax i8, famicus 48, favisio 62, furfura- culum 241, gastromargia G 15, grumat 82, glevo 87, hestispicus H 36, heculaneus 5I, iacturarius I io, imopopulavile 66, insuetare 307, inter- minia 360, daemoniosa L 5, lepioj5yria go, manicat M 23, mvermis 76, minsare 95, monachoszmum 127, musitanter 173, musia 174, mutturci

181, olitana 0 I05, gravosum 124, oridurius I66, pactoriumn P 7, far- asituli 33, pfanera 67, prestigiaverunt I39, deanmbulatorium 238, imagi- narie 253, fiergenuat 270, persum 271, clustellum 312, ramen R I8,

refoculat 52, roinannis I68, rustu, 192, sarga S 35, saures 45, sconna 311, scrupziatur 388, superaria 415, taria T 6, pertusoriunz V 74, vicissitur

97, uiicuba 197, ypiinx Y 8.

Finally, I wish to illustrate by a few examples the value which these glossaries have for the student of late and vulgar Latin. In the interpretations one may find many words which were unknown in the classical period, or which were used in a different sense. In some cases it may be assumed that the correct classical word had fallen into disuse, and that the word used in the interpretation was

ordinarily employed in its place. Compare with C 175 cliens: sus-

ceptus, what Servius says, ad En. VI. 609, "clientium quos nunc sus-

ceptos vocamus."

R6nsch. Itala and Vulgata, p. 334, gives a great many instances of modicus ="klein, gering, unbedeutend," and says " modicus in dieser Bedeutung ist ein fast nie fehlendes Charakteristicum der Itala und Volks- sprache welches nur hier und da durch ussil/us sich ersetzt findet." Loewe Prod., p. 414, ff. gives twenty-seven examples from glossaries, only one of which is cited from the Sangallensis, although some from the Cod. Amplonianus are identical with those found in our glossary. I have collected twenty examples.

A 157 aetatula: aetate modica. A 233 allec: pisciculus modicus. C 221 cercilus: navicula m odica. C 613 cztmba: navicula modica. E 75 emuniles: modice emineniibus.

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F 202 frusta: particula modica. L 137 linter: navicula modica. M 62 meliusculumn m o dic um mZeliorem. M i6o munusculum: modica donatio. N 55 nequiquam: nec modicum. P 14 fauxilluz : jaulzolum m o dicu m. P 87 papiliones. tenturia modica. P 167 rrelus: modicus. P 326 piixides: vasa modica, etc.

Q 7 quantolum: modicum. Q 42 quiddam: modicum aliquid. Q 47 quifipiam : aliquid modicum. S 73 scafa: navicula modica. S I40 sensirn: paulatim modice. V 129 virguncula: virgo n odica.

The frequent use of miizutus for ;arvus in Cassius Felix has been noticed by Wolfflin. Cf. " Ueber die Latinitat des Afrikaners Cassius Felix," Berichte d. bayer. Akad. der Wissenschaften, I88o, p. 403. I have noted the following instances of minnutus thus used: -

C 210 caementumn: m in idoru m lapidum congregatia. D 270 dispicatis: minittis partibeus. L go lepiopyria: mini ute febris. M 107 migina: palea min u taru m. Q 45 quisquilias: paleas m inutissimas. V 1o5 vip5urna: silva miinuta. V IIo virecta: loca quaevis sint in agris arboribus miinutis fron-

dentibus. V 114 virgulta: silva min uta.

Summitas, according to Krebs-Allgayer, Antibarbarus, is late Latin for altitudo, cacumen, fastigium. De Vit cites several passages from the Vulgate. Compare the following glosses:-

C 82 cacumen: sumimitas. C 265 crebido: rima summita. C 594 culmmzen: summitas. C 612 cuspis: summnitas aste. D 77 de vertice: de suim it ate. I 24 iuga: capita et su m n ita is montium. S 64 scabum: summitas cacumen. V 79 vertex: su mmn itas capiiis et cacumen montis.

Of circumquaque the Antibarbarus says " spat Latein und nur einmal kommt circumquaque vor fur circumn." Other examples, however, will be found in Georges and in Paucker, Supplementum Lexicorum Latinorum. Compare C 300, circumquaque: undique, and C 500, conlustrare: cir-

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cumquaque consfpiczens. The word occurs in a Latin hymn of the eleventh century. (Cf. Melanges Lat. et bas-Latins, par A. Boucherie, Montpellier, I875, p. 34),-

Salve tu, inclita, Circumquaque septa Clusione mirifica I Deus.

The fact that in the Romance languages ferre was supplanted by por- tare makes the following glosses significant:--

A 372 armniger: armip5ortatur. B io6 bispillus : ubi mortuos portant (Paulus 369 efferunt) D I15 devectus: deportatus. E 144 evehit: transportat. F II ferunt: p ortant. F I 12 feretrum : lectus in quo mortui fportan tur.

(Cf. Varro L. L. v. 167, ubi lectus mortuifertur, and Servius ad 'En. XI. 64, locus ubi mortui feruntur.) F 179 fosforus: lucemn i orta n s. G 46 gestat: o rtat. I 392 invehit: infert portat. I 397 invectus: inportatus. L 35 latur: portatur. L 44 laurigeris: laurum iortantes. L 71 lectica: qua consoles portantur. R 65 relatum: reiortatum. R 67 regerit: reiortat. R 126 revehit: refiortat. R 135 revicta: reportata. S 32 sandapila: ubi portantu - gladiatoris. S I90 signifer: qui signum portat in bello. V 36 vectitat: frequenter portat. V 41 vehiculum: ijumentum, carrum vel omrnez quod a iortandum

utilem est. V 42 vehit: portat. V 45 vectus: portatus.

S 279 stricto ;pungione (pueione): evaginato glatio (gladio). The same gloss is given by Loewe Prod., p. io6, from Cod. Leidensis 67 F1. Suetonius uses strictis pugionibus, Julius Caesar c. 82. Evaginare seems to be vulgar and late. Evaginato gladio is found in the Vulgate, Mark xiv. 47, Acts xvi. 27. See Georges and R6nsch p. 190. Add Hegesippus I. 28, 3, IV. 30, and Ambrosius de fide III. 125. (Cf. Romanische

Forschungen I. 271 and 415.) G 12 garrit: verbosatur. The verb verbosari belongs to ecclesiastical

Latin. See examples in R6nsch Itala und Vulgata, p. 171, and compare

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especially Augustin. Serm. 25r, "in ecclesia garriunt, ita verbosantur ut lectiones divinas nec ipsae audiant."

D 140 deverticutum: ubi camsatur. Compare D 250 diverticolum:

quod brevi loco divertitur. The verb camsare in the one gloss takes the

place of dl- = devertere in the other. Ennius wrote Leucatat m cazmpsant

(cf. Priscian K. I. p. 541, where DH have camsant) in place of which Cicero ad Att. V. 9, uses Leucaten Jlecte;-e. The word, however, seems to have continued in the vulgar idiom. I quote Du Cange. " Camsare, Flec- tere iter in Glossar. Vatican. sec. XI. ap. Maium Classic. auct. tom. 7, p. 534; ilectere iter in cod. reg. 7644; Item flectere in Papiae cod. 7609.

Regula Magistri c. 56, 'Cum fratres spiritales sine laico ambulant iuncti ad se, campsantes modice de via, flectant genua.' Hinc cansare pro cedere, loczu dare, flectere, deflectere, apud Dantem Infer. can. 12, in

Purgat. can. I5, et Matth. Villaneum lib. i, c. I." L 58 latibulum : defensaculum, - Neither Harpers' nor De Vit gives

defensaculzum; but it is used by Servius ad Verg. ecl. VII. 6; Augustinus ep. 102, 35, and ps. 67, 21, umbra ista defensaculum intelligitur, etc. Vul-

gar forms in -aculum must have been very common. See Ronsch p. 37 f. To the examples of pos given by Loewe Glossae Nominum p. 210 f.

and Prod. p. I37, may be added-

D I05 denique: pos modum, deinde. P 263 perendie: pus cras. R 129 revinxit: rpos tergum ligavit.

For the use of sero in sense of vesper (cf. fr. soir, it. sera) we have

interesting testimony in H 62.hesperus: stella que primzos sero apparit. See Wolfflin, ueber die Latinitat des Cassius Felix p. 396.

In the same article W61fflin, p. 410, says: "Saepee, welches in den romanischen Sprachen verloren gegangen und in Italianischen durch sovente (subinde, frnz. souvent), spesso, frequentemente ersetzt worden ist, findet sich zwar bei Caelius ziemlich haufig, verhliltnissnissig selten dagegen bei Cassius, nimlich nur I79, I6 und in den Formeln saepe memoratus 37, 8, und ut saepe dixi 38, 7, wogegen sich die langern For- men saefius und saepissimze leichter behauptet haben. Das absterbende

saepe wird bei Cassius mehr als unterstiitzt durch das etwa 70 mal ge- brauchte frequenter, ein Missverhaltniss, welches um so mehr auffallt, wenn man sich erinnert dass frequ?enter ein von Cisar, Sallust und mehreren andern Autoren der guten Zeit nicht verwendetes Wort ist," etc., (cf. Archiv. I. p. 4). From this point of view the following glosses will be found interesting:-

C 264 crebo (=-crebro): sfissum, subinde. C I24 canessere: capere, intvadere frequenter (Servius ad AEn. I. 77,

saepe capere).

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D 203 dictitat: frequenter dicit. F 8 factitat: frequ enter facio. F 12 facesso: w- frequenter facio. I Io iacturarius: qui frequenter patitur damnum, etc. I 105 imnperitat: frequenter imperat. I 370 interdum: frequenter. M 103 missitat: frequenter mittit. M 177 musitat: frequenter murnmurat. P 43 iarentat: umbris vel tumulis mortuorum freq u enter paret, etc. P 257 perpesiti.us: qui frequenter aliquenm iatitur. P 379 potitur: frequenter utitur vel fruitur. V 16 valetuderizus: qui fre q u enter egrotat. V 36 vectitat: fr e e en te r portat.

The positive saepe occurs only once, P 146; pressant: sepe precedunt; saep5ius occurs four times, -

C I 59 clamitat: sepius clamat. M 95 minsare: sepius mingere. O 82 occursat: saepius occurrit. R i 56 rogitat: saepius rogat.

Assidue occurs M 88 minitatur: assidue minatur. One would suppose that in the definition of " verba frequentativa"

a writer might be tempted by the etymology to use frequenter, even if elsewhere he used saepe. It is worthy of notice, therefore, that of the Grammarians included by Keil, who treat of frequentatives, saepe is used by Servius (IV. 413), Pompeius (V. 220), Macrobius (V. 626), and Ser- gius (Anecd. Hel. 152); saefpius by Charisius (I. 255), and Diomedes

(I. 344); frequenter by Cledonius (V. I6), and Augustinus (V. 516); while the Commentum Einsiedlense has, p. 207, saepe lego; p. 253, quod crebro fit ut lectito, saeee lego; and on the same page, volitat, frequen- ter volat. Verrius Flaccus undoubtedly used saepe in conformity with the usage of his time, and this is preserved in Festus and Paulus. See under adnictat, abnutare, auditavi, futare (here saepius), mantare, mteritavere, obsonitavere, ostentas, occisitantur, quassare.

A profitable treatment of syntactical usage could hardly be based on a single glossary, and I shall not undertake it here. Many mis- takes that appear are doubtless due to the sheer carelessness of scribes. Others represent laxity of usage in the language as

actually spoken at the time when the glossary was written, or.even at some earlier period. Thus we find sine dubbium P 440, N 94, and Q 46; sine consilium E 201; sine spem E 241; sine sensum F 32; sine barbas I 62; de adulterium N i i ; ex intervallum E 195; ex

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totum P 306; ex vmatrem inbilem S 428; de quo scribitur S 257 (in- strumental for the simple ablative; cf. Ronsch Itala und Vulgata p. 393); cum venturn N 78; cum III pedes T 129; per manu M 23; per otio U 23; ad pugna M 28; ad gloria P 63; ante sole A 435 ; ante luce L 170; post captivitate P 394; in unum volumine C 525; qui in

provintia proficiscunt P 43; circa uva T 153; sine arma I I64; sine

efectum I 401; incircumscriptus: terminum carens I I33. Compare Ronsch Itala und Vulgata, pp. 406-412 and 414.

Enough illustrations have I trust been given to show the extreme value of these glossaries for the study of Latin in its earlier and later periods. Many others under each category will be found in the notes. Romance scholars will doubtless find many forms and

orthographical peculiarities of interest on which I have failed to comment. A very interesting example is furnished by V 82, Ver- num: prima vir (= ver). We have here apparently a forerunner of the Italian primavera. Not until, however, a great many of these glossaries have been edited can the best results be realized, and the gain may be expected to be almost as great for the Ro- mance languages as for the study of Latin.

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P. 4. Abba: pater ababus: tritavi pater abacta: immolata abactus: ab acto remotus

5 abantes: mortui abaso: infirma domus abest: deest abit: discedit aberunca: abstirpat

IO abemcat: eradicat abellum: agnus recens natus abiit: discessit abicit: proicet, minat abigeius: qui tolleremaliena

15 P. 5. abitudo: abitus corporis vel vestitus

abiucassere: disiungere abiungere: dissociare abiuga: a iugo semota vel dissociata abissus: profundum

20 abiungit: seiungit abincursu: ab inpugnatione abingruentis: abinmittentis abiurat: negat abita: insatiata

25 abolet: toilet abolere: dememoria excludere aborreas: manatio abonat: repudiat aboris: a finibus vel ab initiis

30 abolitio: res semota et oblivione per- ducta P. 6. aborsus: ab eo quod est ordior

abortus: ex eo quod est orior aborrit: dissonat, discrepat abunde: satis

35 abunda: panici et millei follicoli abusive: abuso tracta abusi: male usi abluta: diligenter lota abusitatus: minus instructus scientia

40 aboditur: recusat abdixit: ammovit abligurire: plurima consumere id sus-

pensis degitis leviaescebum tangere abnegat: plusquam negat abstans: distans

45 abrepticius: furiosus P. 7. absono: non simili sono

abdicat: a re alienat ablutum: absconsum abdidit: occultavit

50 abgreco: reparo et egreco abluet: emundat ablegatur: condemnatur abnuit: rennuit abniso: nolo, veto

55 abnenepus: qui nascitur de pronepote abrogans: humiles abrogare: lege tollere abstrusa: abscondida abstemius: sobrius

60 absistit: loge est P. 8. absurdum: turpe, duuium

absque foedere: sine amicidia abstote: recedite, abite absedeto: longe sedeto

65 abtra: folia vitae abricum: locus temperativus sine

rigore abset: longe acapis: caritas acapitus: dilectus

70 acathe: genus lapidis acantes: genus floris quo vestes infi-

ciuntur acentus: sonu vocis coreptae vel

productae P. 9. acevitas: crudelitas

acervuus: tumulus 75 acerbum: inmaturum

acceptatur: auctor, conscriptur accersit: vocat acer: durus acertio: vocatio

8o acero: flubius aput inferus atenus: usque nunc acerlis: securis quam flaminei subpon-

tificis habebant acersa: arculatoreania accevat: condessat, constipat, quoad-

unat 85 achademicus: phylosophus

achademia: locus ubi Plato tractavat P. o1. acrimonia: sevitia

acidiatur: stomachatur acie: turba

go aciem: ocolorum aut vim ferri acidia: tedium animi accitur: advocatur accito: evocato acidus: ab acrore

95 acepitrem: aceptore actius: amplius uberis aconito: genus veneni acononitus: qui nulli communicat acroceria: ligatura articolorum

xoo hic acinus: et huacini generis masculi P. Ix. acuum: diathema

accula: qui aliena terra colit a colmine: ab alto actutom est: statim, confestim

105 actuarius: acta qui facit adeas: accedas

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adonai: dominus significans addedit: intolit adeptus: consecutus

I1o adepiscitur: consquitur adest: presto est adesto: auxiliare addida: adiucta adero: auxiliabor vel occorro

II5 P. I2. adulta: matura adnectens: nodans vel ligans adserens: disputans, adfirma adsertio: disputatio adsertor: confirmator

120 adseverat: adfirmat adminiculum: auxilium, adiutorium adnixa: innotata, adiucnta adtonitus: intentus adstipulatus: adiucntus

125 adstipulatos: idoneus testes adstipulatio: professio adstipulatione: adsponsione adfinis: proximus

P. I3. adluricum: res ad lumen apta

130 ad summum: ad novissimum aut ad primum

aephyphama: apparatio, ostensio aelam: porticum aeden: dilitias aemolo: invido

135 aemolus: imitatur aemola: imitatrix seu adversa aemolatio: zelus, contentio, invidia aestuat: anxiat aestus: calor

140 aemolumentum: locrum vel questum equiperat: equant, conpensant, semi-

lant equargentus: am

P. 14. aequae: iustae aequalentiae: semiledivisio

I45 aequora: maria ab aequalitate aequora: campi aestus: calor aevum: aestas vel tempus aevo gravis: sexus vel aetate infirmus

15o aevitas: aetas aeternum: perenne, perpetuo aer: inter caelum et terra aerarium: tesaurum aestu: turbatione, calore

155 aethra: rota cqli aethon: aquila aetatula: aetate modica aenenitores: tui cenes aeneade: coniuratio

I6o aequevus: unius qtatis P. I5. aethera calestia vel possesio

caeliignea aercolus: genus arboris aeneatores: corno vel calamo cantates Aeneades: Romam vel Troiam

Warren, [1884.

165 aeviterum: aeternum aeJunnq: aestimationis aerumna: labori nopia aes: eramentum aeneum: aereum

170 aepos: versus aedituus: custus domorum et templo-

rum afrodin: spunlam sanguinis gerante afficior: tedium padior a fectum: studium

I75 adfectio: voluntas affatim: abundanter afptlas: oris ulceratio

P. I6. affatibus: allocutionibus afuit: defuit

So affluentia: habundantia aformas: occasionis agios : saiitus scs agaso: domesticus agusta: pulchra vel sancta

185 agustum: amplificum agustorum: sanctorum agustius: magnificentius agrestis: rusticus vel ferus agmen: multituto

9go agone: pugna, certamen agutus: velox, agilis agacula: lenocinatur agricola: colonus agason: minester officialis

195 agaron: qui negotia aliena anteambolat P. 17.- Agrippa: qui in pedibus nas-

citur agnati: liberi qui per adobtione veni-

unt in tantum d cognati, adfinis agoniae: hostiae, vectimae agonitheta: qui ipse est in bello

200 agonia: alacritas, amor vel vigor Agracas: nomen montis in Sicilia agiographa: sancta scriptura agonita: herba venenaria aggeres: terre congeries

205 aggerat: congregat agon: certamen ait: dicit ais: dicis aio: dico

210 aisti: dixisti ain: ergo Alcides: Hercules a virtute appella-

tus, alce grece virtus dicit alioquin: nam si non

P. i8. alacer: laetus, gaudens, ex- pedf

215 algor: frigus alternantim: vicessim alternanti: duvitanti alabastrum: genus marmoris pretioso allabione: inundatione aquarum

220 allabi: navicio duci alogia: convivium grece

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allicula: genus vestis alucinatio: lucis alienatio alux: pollex in pede

225 alfeus: deus marinus alma: virgo sancta, Hebreum est aalma: virgo alites: volocres altilia: studiosaginata

230 altilia: volatilia alatis: pinnatis altercatur: litigat, obiurgat allec : piscicults ex mare modicus ap-

tzusatium liquumzinibus P. I9. alveus: profundus vel torrens

235 alvus: venter aletus: nutritus aliendum: nutriendu alleluia: laudate dominum alias: aliter

240 altricem. nutricem allectu: electum alienigena: alterius generis alumnus: quem quis aluit, id est nu-

tritus aliorsum: altera in parte

245 alea: ludum, tabulae a quodam mago alea nomine qui hoc adinvenit lu- sum

alimentum : nutrimentum alnum: lignum agnetano idest vernum allavitur : leviter decurit alligorit: aliud pro aliod significans

similidudo id est 250 altrinsecus: abinvicem, hinc et inde

aliquantisper: aliquandiu ala: pars multitudinis exercitus alacres: cavallares alebre: polchrum, bene educatum,

255 allubione : quae ripis aquarum e . . . ex alia parte aderiscent arenas P. 20. alcitellus: alte evocatus

altibuans: in alto, ex alto sonans altellus: terra nutritus albet: splendit

260 alacrimonia: laetitia alteruter: alter et ambo allectat: spectat alit: nutrit alimonia: aesca

265 alsosus: frigorosus albus praetoris: ubi sunt conscripti

qui recitandi sunt, tabu e in albis litteris

altrix: nodrix alvearia: vasa apium alluvium: quotiens flumen alium sivi

meatu facit 270 allapsus: sensim veniens

altematur: variator Amen: fiat vel sive fideliter ambrosiae: divinae pulchre amoenum: dilictuvile, iocundum

275 P. 21. anquirit: inquirit anxati: vocati, nominati anxilites: aves volocres ancurata: genus furiae antaconista: recertatur

280 anethematus: abuminatus, perdidus anxiferis: misteficis antra: obscura loca anget: praefugat, solicitat, stimulat annuus: anniversarius

285 anniculus: unius anni anquisit: valde scrutat vel quir ? ? anfracta: intertortuosa anfracta: et difficilia anasceve: adstructio

290 anathema: abuminatio anarscis: mansionis, gre antecellet: antecedet, praecellit anethema: maranatha, prodicio in ad-

vento domini P. 22. antitheta: aposita vel contra-

posita 295 annales: libri qui totius anni ordine

continet aoma: Rediaterra aonii: populi aona: circuitus, tractus, clima apostolus: missus

300 apostata: refuga apitiosus: calbus aptet: impleat aptam: congruam aptamus: adiungimus

305 apex: distinctio note aut summa pars teli vel cuiuscumque re

aperet: ostendit apostrofat: transitum facit apostesis: constantes, animosi aplistia: saturitas, crapulat

3IO apocalypsis: revelatio apodixen: ostensio, provatio vel exem-

plum aperetos: sine febre

P. 23. apocrifa: recundita vel oc- culta

aplustria: navis ornamenta 315 apiternus: qui his rebus caret

apocrisis: depulsio apoliterium: ubi ponuntur res laban-

tio appolit: vetat, proiget apostrofa: conversio quando ad alias

rem sobito commutatione facit 320 appedit: desiderat

arcanum: secretum arcarius: dispensatur arces: aedificia summa vel palata arcis: luca summa muntium

325 arcitectus: qui domum tegit vel cope- rit

arbata: modiatrea arcet: vetat, prohibet

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arcire: repellere arctus: stellae septemtrionalis vel si-

tus in caelo 330 artus: membra, degita, noda

P. 24. arta: stricta, angusta artat: stringet arrogantes: aelatq arrogantia: iactantia

335 arduus: altus, grevis ara: altares arva: terra, agrs et semenibus apta arbiter: iudex aduobus electus arvina: adeps vel axungia

340 arundine: canna vera vel calamum arguet: increpat vel docet artutim: membrati arthemeticus: numerarius aruntius: nomen stellae

345 Arcivi: Greci vel Mqdi ardalio: glutto argi: simulagra arupes: qui adara sacrificat ariolu: vatis qui et fariolus

350 P. 25. area: ubi granum trituratur argumentum: quod rei fidem dat ardens: flagrans ardetes: festinantes aries: genus machinae ad expugnatio-

nemurorumn 355 arrepet: adpreendi

ariopagita: curialis aripus: gladius falcatus Arar: flubius Germanih arbusta: vineae fructuosae rei

360 Argus: civitas Greciae qu6evis arceria: vas vinarium cum quo vinum

ad aras ferebat arx: emenentissimus locus arcera: plaustrum arcessit: incusat

365 aruspices: qui intendunt signa corpo- ris

arbitrerium: collegio arbitrorum mul- torum id est ipsa consensio ipsorum.

arguit: accusat P. 26. armonia: conpetens coni-

unctio vel ex multis vocabolis aptq modolatio aut duplex sonus

Argolica: Greganiga 370 aridum: siccum

arentia: siccantia armiger: armiportatur arida: terra sicca vel sterelis arcum: secretum vel incurvum aliquid

375 (a)quilicum: ventriculum aquilum: fuscum, nigrum astra: stellae astrologus: aestimatur siderum et lu-

nae cursus ascemo: inunestus

380 astego: ego autem asper: durus

aspernatur: contempnit, dispicet astarium: ubi venduntur bona asilum: locus confugientium

385 P. 27. asparagus: quia virgas ha- bet asperas

asotus: luxuriosus assem: quod unum dicimus aspectare: voluptose intueri aspirat: aflat

390 atnenses: ianitores athomi: tenuissimi pulveris qui in

radiis apparet solis et dividi non possunt

atra: nigra, tenebrosa ater: niger atroce: amarus

395 atrox: crudelis, amarus, pessimus atavus: proavi pater atratus: locobris athomus: indivisio atrox : orrivilis

400 P. 28. atlum, athla: unumquoque opus palestricum quod ad victo- ria pertinet

atria: aedes attollit: aggerat atnepus: abnepotis filius, pronepotis

nepus atquin: adque ideo

405 aula: domus grecia aulice: minester regis auspicia: somnia auspicei sunt: consecuti sunt aucupat: capit

41o aucupatur: venatur audet: ausus est audacter: audaciter audenter: confidenter autumant: dicunt, aestimant

415 austri: nymbae, venti P. 29. avitus: anticus

austeritas: amaritudo avidus: avarus, copidus augus: qui aves colliget

420 avia: extra via avium: secretum avia avellit: tollit avulsa: subtracta austa: putta

425 ausat: gustavat aureax: neque solitarius austrare: humidum facere auctoritas: meritis aliquibus confir-

mata persona aucturatio: vinditio, nam subauctofi

est qui rem vindunt 430 auctoramentum: ipsa res vinditionis

auspicio: in avis nuntium quod in aves aspiciatur

augurium: signa avium volantium P. 30. autionarius: qui emet

aurifodina: metallum

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435 aurora: nubes rosea ante sole auteum et aulea: straclum genus cor.

tinq regalis augustum venerbilisancto avidium: antiquitus vel ababibus re-

lictum augustrius: sanctius, pulcrius

440 ausim: audeo aucta: superposita aurire: sumere, implere auspicare: somnia inquirere autio: puplica vinditio

445 auceps: avium venatur avuncolus: frater matris aunculus: magnus frater aviae auriga: agitatur


Bachum: vinum pro eo quia inventus est

bacht: sacrificat

P. 3r. bachi: antiqui bacatum: gemmis ornatum in modo

bacarum bacchatur: discurrit batis: nomen serpentis batus: aurora bacchar: floris genus baccanal: quod paganis agrarium Li-

beris patris dicebant 10 bacerus: baro factus

baligera: stulta vel bruda Baccanalia: vacationis fures bace: genus mulierum baulat: latrat

r5 bacapulus: in quo mortui efferuntur bassas: oves basum: non altum basileus: rex basilea: regina

20 P. 32. basilica: regula basilicus: regolus babil: confusio bardus: stultus babigera: stulta

25 barging: peregrine blasto: cuvicularius baccilatix: vinum bacchatio: discursio, furor baxem: quas buccellas dicunt

30 baratrum: gurgugite, fovea vel terre hiatus basilicus: serpens balantes: oves babtismum: lavacrum barbitus: lyra maior sonus ut orcunum

35 bautride: vaccae barduni: neptuniani barbarostomus: homo qui barbarismis


plenum profert verba * baltha: audax. Gothice

barcus: tardus, sine lingua 40 barriton: genus organi

P. 33. barnicum: aelefanti vox balista: genus machinae unde excu-

tiuntur sagitte bassarides: vaccae beat: beatum facit

45 beabo: beatum faciat bariona: filius colombe B3artholomeus: filii scs pendentes

aquas bravium: palma id est manus victoriae bracata: caleata

5o brabeuta: qui palmas dat blax: stupidus, insipiens blattet: perstupite loquitur blapere: stopite et sine causa loqui blatta: genus porpore

55 beati: filices beatitas: beatitudo belzebub: vir muscarum benificus: benefactor

P' 34. benivolus: bentwus 6o berillus: genus lapidis canditi

bellunm: pugna belligerat: pugnat belliger: bellator bellum civile: bellurn domesticum

quando una civitas inter se pugnat 65 betere : vade, proficiscere

Belfecor: simulacru Priapi bellum navale: pugna in navibus mari beto: avesq, in auspicio servatus beluuri: bisteis marinis

70 Belide: abillo patre Bessi: homines Tracie belligeratores bestiarius: venatur bestiarum Bellona: belligusa dea, belli dea info-

riori belos: gratiosus

75 bellicosus: pugnandi copidus est locus bellicosus P. 35. beluae: bestiae

benivolentia: bona volontas brefotrofium: locus venerabilis in quo

infantes alontur blenones: pudedi autercosi

So blesus: qui aliosono corrupit litteras benignus: satis bonus bibliothica: ubi libri reconduntur bibliopula: qui codicem vendit bivulus: valde bevitur

85 biblum: funes denave ex buda facta bialcis: nomen gigantis biceps: duorum capitum bicepiti: duplici bicamus: qui duas habuit vel havit

oxores go bicliniom : duas habet cellas

bicellium: quasi duas habet cellas

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biblioticarius: qui codices resecat bifarius: bilinguis

P. 36. bidendo: fodio 95 biditum: biforme

bipertitum: duabus partibus partitus bidentis: oves bilis: ira, comutio biluae: bestiae marinae

Ioo bissui: sirico torto biviera: secunda coniux vel quod

duos habuit maritus bifores: duplices ianuae bilis: fel bitire: ire

105 bigene: e duobus gentibus natum bispillus: ubi mortuos portant bimalcus: liber pater bithalasum: peculum duarum navium bimembres: centauri

II0 Bitemon: nomen gigantes P. 37. bisulcum: divisum ut ungu-

lae bivium: via duplex bitet: vadit bissam: corium bubolum

115 Briareus: gigans tentimanus biti: proficisci bimatur: doplatur bipetalis: duorum pedum bipertit: duobus erogat

I20 bipennis: securis amazonica penum dicebant antiqui bis acuto

boa: sopor vehimens boas: serpens engens et tumor in cru-

ore suffusio sanguine boriro: rubus, niger Boreas: ventus Aquilo

I25 borre: (rasura) boare: damare, sonare, mugire bona caduca: pecunia sine eredem Borforus: transitus maris ponte in

Asia Bromius: Liber pater

I30 bobinatores: inconstanter P. 38. bomus: sonus aut vox tu-

midus brocca: labrosa bolus: iactus Boetes: Septemtrionalis stella comis

135 bombus: sonus boatus: sonus vocis boantes: strepentes, sonantes boves Lucaniae: elefanti buda: storia

I40 bucula: vaccula bumbum: sorbillum busta: ignis bumboso: sonoro furibudum bustum: ubi homines comburuntur ad

sepulturam mortuorum I45 buceta: pascua

bursa: cloaca

bucerum: pecus bubulum buceria: armenta bunde: sonus tympani

I50 bullonium: luto quod lacerarii salsa- mentum dixerunt

butrus: uva buxus: tibiole et genus ligni bucones: stulti, rustici

P. 39. bibinare: inquinare sangui- ne muliebri minstruum

155 bustuarii: qui corpora humana cre- mant

bubo: nomen aves nucturne bruma: tempus hiemis bruda: solida burgus: castra

I60 burrum: rufum busticeta: sepultura in agro bullantes: bullas emittentes budus : incipiens brutus: stultus


catholicus: rectus calumnia: falsa accusatio catholica: universalis cassiculum: reticulum

5 caticuminus: instructus vel audiens catazizat: edocit, redarguit cabo: cavallus cannon: regula

P. 40. cacinnus: ridiculum, inutile o0 caplosus: inlisus

callere: scire, intellegere caudex: rubor vel radix capido: spatium inter parietes cathecorias: adscriptionis

15 calathis: canistris calestir: ubi vespq nascuntur campae: equi marini catasta: genus suplicii egolio semile Causten: flubius Tracie

20 calleo: novi, intellego calip: fornax ferri camuribus: brevibus cornibus cautris: cordis calce: fine

25 carcesia: genus pucoli cavillum: locum, convitio carptus: discessus

P. 41. caleon: quasi humiles leo catapota: genus calicis

30 canamala: canna de qua canetur caritius: marmor canditus: veste regia caries: vetustas catax: clodus a coxa

35 cartarinum: velanterior calos: ovus, avis catasceue: distructio

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capite census: qui de capitebis sub corona vel sub asta vindibatur

carcer: locus inclusionis 40 calator: minester sacrorom

caducarius: heres qui in alterius bona succedit

calamalarius: ipse qui de canna canet castalitati: de elocutione

P. 42. caserserescaptivigene ex captivo natt

45 casu: eventum pro eventum casus: pericula cancalum: dubium cassa: vana canamala: lanugine habente id est ci-

donia 50 caterva: multitudo

cassabundus: instavilis cassibus: retibus vel telas araneorum cartallum: canistrum caterva: multitudo

55 catirvatum: multepliciter carpit: detrait, fruitur calculus: gladius lapideus et victoria

id est iudicu caule: ovile calcolum: numerum

60 carmen: canticum caupo: qui vinum vindit caudalocus: ordo, series caupones: stabularii vel tabernarii cantabrum: cantare

65 P. 43. catuceum: virga Mercuri clandestina: latentia capidinis: eo quod manu capit cano: canto carisa: faba

70 caulae: ubi sunt avocati cathaplum: conventus navium vel ad-

ventus canora: cantu gruia vel suavia cana: vetusta, antiqua callidus: durus, malitiosus

75 carpacus: pistor catus: sacer carisma: donum spiritalem carismata: dona spiritalia divine gra-

tie calabris: ventis siccis

80 P. 44. cataclismum: dilubium careo: nolo cacumen: summitas cados: anfora semis capacitas: amplitudo

85 cancer: forceps carcire: abicere calico: tenebre capit: accepit cacule: servae militum

90 cacula: ligna arida capax: continens memoria cataver: corpus mortuum a cadendo

caliotur: fallit capissat: tenit, liventer accepet

95 catmea: vitorie non bone P. 45. cavillatur: locatur, deridet,

sed non simplici corde, et calum- nia facit

caminus: fornax capillacis: capillis prorictus capite census: taxatio possesionum

vel qui in capite tegerint corona 1oo captura: detentio

calimbum: ferrum capitilinus: capitulium serviens caducus: demuniacus, inanis, deiectus cancri: cancelli

105 candit: splendit capite solutus: capite pericolo liberatus castimonium: sanctimonium capes: galeae militum caristia: dies festus inter cognatos

110 catulum: ubi mortui feruntur candes: vasa fictilia capulum: manubrium gladii, id est

spata caperata: contracta rugosa

P. 46. carinantes: inludentes 115 canier: leno

cannar: senes calamischos: calamos cariscos: quasi in modo nocis for-

matus cadices: arborum radicis

120 cauponalia: tabernaria calamistratus: capillosus, compositus

vel crispus cave: obserba canacem: gladium capessere: capere, invadere frequenter

125 cautes (ra.:) pula et saxa in mare la- tentia

callidus: astutia cautus: sulecitus cavillatio: derisio vel calumnia canicularius: medio aestatis vel hiemis

I30 P. 47. camene: musae caracter: signum vel nota cauteriata: sucensa cavea: consensus spectaculi caduca: peritura

I35 calcitrones: qui infestant calcibus casnomia: musca venenosa caris: nomen saxi calone: calearii militum cantus: cantellena

140 caule: cavellum ante iudicem cameleon: quasi humiles leo capparis: frutecti genus est lintis co-

semile calta: genus floris clanculum: mane

145 claudies: claudi

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classicus: celeuma navis P. 48. classica: navigia militum

clanco: sonus tubarum clam: ocultae

I50 casu: titixi clandire: cladicare clanculum: diminutive classicat: tuba sonat chaus: profundum vel confusio rerum

155 crappulat: aebrietas claricatio: clara actio cladis: pestis vel calamitas claustra: porte aut serratur[q] clamitat: sepius clamat

i60 amicum ton filon clausula: finitio, conclusio, firmi ser-

mones kaiper: super que claba: fustis clancule : ocultessime

i65 clandestina: latentia P. 49. chelis: cithara

clericus : sors dei clerimonus: heres clemens: pius

I70 clepit: rapit clementia: pietas cliscet: crescet clypeum: scutum clinicus: paraliticus

175 cliens: susceptus clivus: ascensus chirogus: funibus does: pluvia clepsedra: per quo ore colleguntur

x80 clientella: officium clientis dunes: coxae clivanus: formus vel festus chirografum: cautio propia manu

scripta clues : polles

185 clivanar: quasi tunica ferrea climactera: tractus vel spatium mundi clima: circuitus tractus vel aona clupeum: ubi imagines proponuntur

P. 50. caeleps: virgo vel vir sine semine

I90 caelitus : calestis cerine: aqua, nymfa caelibem: solitarium celata: sculpta caelotes: voloces

195 cenum: stercus pudridum caelonites: caelestis ceroleus: viridis caeleber: freques cecunia: noctua

200 caeleber: sanctus cesaries: capilli caelebre: solemne celebritas: solemnitas celeberrimus: venerabilis

Warren, [I884.

205 celebritas: solemnitas, vel conventus caelibatus: sine oxore eo quod caelus

sit dignus caerates: serpens cornutus caeles: qui et caelicolae caeronomio: sacrum deorum

2I0 caementum: minidorum lapidum con- gregatio

chamaneus: possidens sive possessio ita autem dictus simo navicocharia P. 51. celsa: excelsa, sublimis

celsus: altus cerula: nigra

2I5. censura: discriptio, sententia ceruleus: bistea marina ceccum: cortex maligranati cei: iudicatores cere: frumentum

220 celidon: erundo, gre cercilus: navicula modica cemerias: silbas obscuras cenum: loti voragum certiscar: certior fiat

225 Cecropide: Atheniensis cetron: tenebre Cea: nomen insule cerealia: arma pistoria ceram: tabula vel imaginem

230 census: facultates censetur: statuitur

P. 52. cerata: cornuta ceraster: serpens cornuta ceritus: subinsanus ex comutione ce-

ribri 235 censura: sententia

censet: statuit, iovet censor: iudex ceu: axi, quasi cecennit: cantavit

240 cernet: videt crevit: vidit censeo: iudico, statuo censitet: deliberabit cerebrosus: qui in cerebrum vitium

abet 245 celidrus: serpens aquaticus

cernuus: in capite ruens cenodoxus: vane gloriae copidus certatim: stutiosim cenodoxia: vana gloria

250 cedit: concedit vel socubet P. 53. cessit: victus est

cespis: frutex celer: velox cementum: mendatium, cogitatum

255 celebrat: frequentat celoces: navicole celox: navicula ceterum: alia fabula crateras: vasa vinaria

260 crapulam: inibriatet nausia oppotum crabro: vespa longa

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cretus: generatus crebindia: signa vel indicia crebo: spissum subinde

265 crebido: rima summita crebruit: spessavit creat: gerat crepere: in corpore dubitare crepusculum: finem noctis et initio

diei 270 P. 54. creperum: dubium

CRISTVS: unctus crispans: concutiens, vibrans crisma: unctio crismatus: galeatus

275 crinidior: crine prolixior cruccitus: clamor corvi crura: ossa tibiae anterioris Crustumenus: populus Crustumia: regio

280 cigneum: album citam: velocem Cintia: luna citato tramite: curso veloci cis vel citra: id est de ista parte

285 circumspectus: circumcinctus circum pletus: circumdatus civica: civem facet circiter: plus minusve

P. 55. Cilix: pirata 290 cirsum: carpentum

circumscripset: concluset, in praeiu- dicio misit

ciroxere: circumdare citaxus: similes taxo cirsus: vehiculi genus

295 ciparisus: cypressus citissum: frutectum citimum: citra omnia, proxumum circum lectus: circumventus cymbia: poculorum genera

300 circumquaque: undique cicatrice: vestigium vulneris ciliarcus: tribunus qui mille contribus

ulibus cicni: poete dicti a suavitate cantico-

rum circumvallat: circumdat

305 civitas: a conversatione multorum dictaest, quia multos contenet in una vita P. 56. ciet: citat, vocat. voco

cicor: prudens, mansuetus cicurare: militare, exorare, mansue-

facere citro: proximo

310 civivica: corona citra: extra Cillinius: Mercurius circumvenit: fallit, decepit circiae: radiis solis

315 circumvolat: circumdat circumfundimur: circumdamur

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citroque: et ulterius citerius: exterius citerior: exterior

320 cymera: bestia circuitus: girus ciere: concitare citreus: pomerius civita: ut frequentia maior

325 civis patricius: senatus P. 57. circus: girus

cinnus: tortio oris, unde dictus est ci- cinnus

Cymbri: Galli citro: hunc adnos

330 circopeticus: animalest semile simie caudati

ciritat: populum adloquitur cinici: philosophi sunt a canibus vita

ducentes cinus: canis, Gre chidaris: pallius sacerdotalis ex bisso

hunc Greci et nostrithiarum vocant 335 cynocephalus: ipsi sunt homines qui

capita canina habent copolo: coniungo copola: coniunctio coevum: coetaneum coturnum: superbum

340 cosmum: summa potestas P. 58. cocula: ligna arida vel va-

sa erea coibet: conpescit, contenet coercet: refrenat coacerbat: colliget

345 conpescit: ponit cognati: a fines sed per feminas cogiorum: donatio imperatoris coalescit: congluttinat coacti: provocati, conpulsi

350 coetus: collectio multitudinis coit: convenit, ambulat coiit: ambulabit coitus: concubitus, commextio maris et

feminae coitio: genitura

355 coiit: concubuit coepit: inchoavet, initiabit coepti: incoati, initiati

P. 59. cooritur: simul nascitur coeunt: conveniunt

360 coarto: constringo coerco: conpesco chors: militum castra coalescet: simul nutritus vel crescit chor: multitudo rusticorum

365 collegium: conventus, societas columes: salvus collatio: conferentia colaphus: pugnus colega: sotius

370 calapisat: pugno cedit coloni: incolae, inquilini

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colluvio: commixtio (c)oline: coquine coltax: clodus a coxa

375 colus: virga q- per cochea vulvitur comit: ordinat, ornat, componit comptus: conpositus, ornatus comis: ornatus, subtilis

P. 60. compus: consimilis, magna- nimis

380 commentum: argumentum, similitudo compotem: partecipem, semile compotrix: sotia adbibendum compilat: spoliat complosus: inlisus

385 comoratio: havitatio comedia: historia comidi, grec. comperi: cognovi compages: coniunctionis commolatius: uberius, amplius

390 commessatio: conviummeretrico complus mentis: desiderii sui conple-

tur comminus: prope, iuxta, et simul in se commessatio: commextio commertio: mutatio

395 comperendinatio: recrastinatio vel di- latio

commeat: iter agit commeare: iter agere

P. 6x. comat: frondet commeat: simul ambulat

400 comiter: benigne commessat: manducat compernens: qui infestant callidibus commessatio: commestio commissatur: tprpiter convivatur

405 commude: honeste commedius: utelius commentario: expositio veladinventio commentatias: adinventitias commeatum: viaticum aut commite in

teneris id est oratione et gradia 410 commentator: praecipuus disputator

comitium: tempora onorum quando dantur

comidium: locus ubi dantur honores comitate: benignitate vel umanitate

P. 62. competa: fines, bivia, trivia, quatrivia

45 comparat: adsimilat c6mulcat: conculcat componet: ordinat comenta: fraudes comma: brevis dictio

420 comminiscit: mentitur, simulat commentatus est: mentitus est comminiscitur: commemoratur commodat: ad tempus prestat commentum: commune mendatio et

librorum expositio 425 competitur: amicus

compulit: coegit

comitatum: sotietate complectitur: continet commode: utilis

430 complutere: repercutere comes: sotius in via vel onos vel honor comedia: signifigidio morum

P. 63. singolorum cum detractus quis fit in cerco

commulcat: conculcat, conturbat consercrat: sanctificat

435 contuitus: contemplatus contuimur: conspicimus conpescere: pariter comedere conpertum: conlatum, plenum contumax: contemptor

440 confit: perfecet conitio: aestimatio condedit: edeficavit connectit: coniungit conplectit: conprehendit

445 consultum-: iudicio senodale conicit: consimulavit contritio: mota plaga consitum: contextum conditus: sepultus

450 P. 64. confestim: mox, continu. statim

condet: servat, reponet connicita: coniectura, argumentum convulsa: eradicata congesta: coadunata

455 coniestio: collectio conixe: coniuncte conbentia: conspiratio vel consensio contribuli: consanguinei quasi ex una

tribo participes contagio: morbum

460 contigus: proximus contio: conventus populi contitionatur: aloquitur consulat: consilio dat consoluit: consilium petivit

465 condensa: secreta constipata: repleta concretum: cummixtum, coaculatum

P. 65. conubi: coniugia confertum: contextum

470 confutatus: convictus conticuit: tacuit convexa: declinata et cumportata contaminatum: inquinatum coniectore: arbitratore

475 coniectura: ingenium, argumentum contemplatio: consideratio concintus: simul in unum convocatus concinnaverunt: ficta locuti sunt concilia: amicum facit

480 conlibiscet: conplacet, delectatur condiarium: domus stipendii consuet facit: consuescere facit conticuere: tacuere, tacuerunt conspicuus: pulcher, altus

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485 conibentibus: faventibus, consentien- tibus

consternatus: prostratus, abstupiscens et territus

confligit: luctatur, certat P. 66. consulte: provide

consors: particeps 490 consultus: in consilio abitus

contabiscet: exsiccat conversa: mutata controversa: iurgium, lis vel causa concinent: consonat a cantandum

495 concrepant: concinununt, resonant convoli: concordes conflagravit: concremavit, exuset conditio: potestas, lex inposita conpilavit: furatus est

500 congluttinavit: copolavit, convinxit conlustrare: circumquaque conspi-

ciens conclave: interior cubiculus conluvione: conlectionim sordium conclasare: adiugere classem

505 convicium: sermo iniuriae conpatior: misereor colivium: genus pecuniae

P. 67. confectus: debilitatus, ma- ceratus

conserar: conpungar 510 conserit: interponit

conlabuntur: corruunt cor: consentanens consumimus: expendimus consumpta: trasacta, expensa

515 concors: unius concordiae coierat: simul cum citeris iurat conari: temptari conatus: temtatus, adgressus consistorium: rupis alta

520 conpacta: coniuncta, conposita continuatur: periuratur, congregator condensati: consiti in uno conlocati: collecti constipati: collecti, condensati

525 conglobati: in unum volumine densi conspirati: unianimes coniurati conseremor: per ordinem facimus

P. 68. congeriaria: quod in populo erogat

conticuus: coniunctus, proximus 530 conum: summa pars galeae

confusa: conturbata confundit: conmiscit concilium: conventum conlapsa: dibilia

535 contraimus: collegimus convia: declivis confore: futurum esse concrepuit: sonuit confieri: effici

540 concidit: simul cecidit conlinati: mensurati

contratus: cauto placitus conbibiones: a bibendo dicti conplices: sotii

545 conpedium: locrum conticinium: primum tempus noctis

cor omnia quiescunt conticescere: quiescere consumat: finet, explicat, conplet conpertum: conportatum, plenum

550 conpertum: cognitum P. 69. conperi: cognovi

conpererant: cognoverant consuetio: consuedudo confuse: permixte

555 coniector: interpres confossus: vulneratus coniectus: in vinculis missus, inpul-

sus congeries: congregatio congerit: congregat

560 conserere: conferrere contactus: inquinatus contra fas: contra ius, damnum contra nefas: scelus contra conclivum: crematum

565 concitus: festinans congruit: convenit contagies: contactu in culturis conflixerunt: concertati sunt convexo litore: rotundo

570 conlibuit: conplacuit conspicatur: intendunt constans: animum firmus constantia: animi firmitas

P. 70. cognitur: curiosus 575 conpanipularis: conscius, collega

consubrini: qui ex duobus sororebus procreantur

contumelia: iniuria clamoris consciscunt: coniungunt, consonant chornus: tempus

580 corda: animus color: coram: presentibus corilus: avellanas corpulentus: corpore plenus

585 cornua: fortia vel potentia significans cornipides: equos corax: corvus corsam: divinans corturnum: caltiamentum

590 corscum: crispum corimbata: nabis coruscatio: speldor culpat: infama, vitoperat culmmen: summitas

595 cunabulis: initiis vel ab infantiis curtina: respunsum cruor: sanguis

P. 71. curriculum: cuncti temporis cursum

curio: pronuntiat populum

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600 cuncur: densus populus turma homi- num

cunctatio: dubitatio cudit: sculpit culix: zinzala cur: quare

605 cudietur: inpellitur, percutitur cuiuspiam: cuiuscumque cudere: studiose agere, facere, scalpire curalisella: ubi consules sedent cultur: vestitus, ornatus

6io cunctanter: difficulter cupido: amor, cupitidas cuspis: summitas aste cumba: navicula modica culmus: calamus frumentorum

615 curvato gurgite: ericto fluctuo P. 72. cursi: citius

culmen: gilionibus cuniculum: degestio aquarum culmo: arista gillone

620 cuinam: interrogatio de persona cuidam: cuiquam, alicui celeus: tunica ex partu in modo ero-

nis facta qua liniaebantur pice et bitumine, et in ea includebantur umicide cum simia serpente et uno capone, ac insuta mittibantur in mari, contendentibus se animalibus quo ire se dicuntur abinvicem homo maioribus poenis aficiebatur


danus: feneratur danista: feveratus Danai: Greci Dardani: Troiani

5 P. 73. draconia: gemma ex cerebro piscium

Davus: senes discinctus dapsilis: largus dapibus dapes: epule damare: capere

IO dat venum: vendit davir: draculum damma: genus capree similis decalocum: dece verba legis decus: gloria

15 dedecus: crimen dilibo: immolo deluit: labit delibutus: untus, perfusus delinquet: peccat

20 delituit: latuit delitescet: latet deliquum: defectum delitescere: diu latere delinitus: depagatus, unctus

25 delicat: probat delata: in longo ducta

delubra: templum, ara, idolon delusit: circumvenit debella: ex pugna

30 delabunt: deficiunt P. 74. delicuum: defectio

devotus: dicatus delictum: peccatum dedicatus: promissus

35 deleberat: cogitat densitas : spissitudo deiscens: aperiens, ianuis patefaciens dedunt: tradunt denique: postremo

40 degit: habitat, vivit, agit dedicat: consecrat devotio: distenatio devota: distanata defenel: vindidavit

45 devinctissimo: inseperavilem demumr: postremum deinceps: deinde, postea desitescere: necligenter agere, con-

temnere dependere: pro alio solvere

5c decenturius: ingeniosus P. 75. deterremum: de malo peiore

depromunt: proferunt decipula: laqueus depromuerunt: protulerunt

55 deviat: errat depopulatus: devastatus dedicius: qui de sua provintia ad alia

se tradet declivis: inclitus locus deflat: inridet, dedignat

60 dedegit: denutat, manifestat, provedit devium: extra via dedo : trado deditus: traditus, sublectus dedita: opera valde data

65 dedas: tradas, des devito: diverto deserta: direlecta, disoluta depenendi: reddendi decuria: numerus decem hominum

70 decretum : definitum, statutum depeculato: defurto puplico, deo

demptato P. 76. decrepitus: valde sonis

deriguit: obt stipuit deflet: lugit

75 demicat: pugnat detestabilis: abuminabilis, pessimus devertice: de summitate desipiens: amens dementicus: insanus, amenticus

80 desistere: desinere, cessare dementia: insania, amentia devinctus: legatus defensus: fatigatus deglubere: belligare

85 dependit: reddit

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dextrum: prosperum derogans: detraens, vitoperat detracta: valde detractat, contemnit detrectare: recusare

go demolitur: exterminatur deflunt: cadunt

P. 77. depascet: comedet, non con- sumet sed degestat

defreta: disperata deplet: evacuat

95 defunctus: mortuos deplene: de pleno docere depalata: manifeste divulgata debellio: bellatur desidia: pegritia

oo00 demiror: dispicio denus: nomen pecuniae unde et num-

mus denarius dicitur demet: toilet degenerat: a genere suo dissimulat detectus: nudatus, deopertus

105 denique: pos modum, deinde detrusus: expulsus devorat: glottit demsit: tollit, delivit desivit: cessavi

o10 decedit: cecedit decernunt: statunt depositum: creditum denodat: detrait degener: ignobilis

115 P. 78. devectus: deportatus deicet: deturbat de more: ex consuitudine degladiando: pugnando defunturium: transitorium

120 derivatum: sparsum demeda: praeceda debellet: rumpit devitat: spernit devinxit: conlegavit

125 delegit: eliget desciscere: deficere depudiscente: inpudentem desevit: ad iracundia lenitur deposcit: vade rogat

130 dedecet: non dedecet dedecus: ingloriosus delictus: veruclatum quem dicunt defecatum: liquidum, purum, extersum delubra: templa ideo quia in in gressu

lacus aque fiebant ubi [P. 79.] se sacerdotes sacrificaturi purificabant et ad diluendum id est labandum delubra dicta sunt

135 derelictus: dimessus decens: pulcher deformis: fede forme desuetus: inconsuetus deiscet: os aperet

I40 deverticulum: ubi camsatur decrevit: ordinavit

deprovatum: deformatum depraces: genus serpentis deses: ignarus, piger

I45 devulgat: puplicat destituunt: relincunt dedocere: de doctrina evacuare despectat: despicet demum: iterum, secundum

150 degerat: per deum iurat, male iurat despirat: spiritum toilet

P. 80. deflectit: deviat deunce: dece untiarum defitiscit: defricet, fatigat

I55 delictum: peccatum delivat: precepit, degostat debaccatur: provagatur defruet: minuet desecto: inciso

i6o delirat: cessat destitus: relictus detrimentum: dispendium deditio: sui traditio destitutus: derelectus, desertus

i65 despicatis: patefactis decumbit: infirmatur decidium: qui cito decedet delationis: proditiones factorum deuterunomia; quasi seconda lex

I70 dialogus: disputatio dialecticus: disputatur

P. 81. dilargus: multum donans dispectus: cumtemtus dia: potestas

175 diathece: testamenta dilatus: aductus diaria: actio sed unius diei distraxit: abstraxit dicat: dedicat

I8o discernit: deiudicat distinat: disponit difficulter: tarde difisus: disperatus dilectum: electum

i85 disidem: pigrum, ignarum disipet: sapere desine discidium: separatio dirimit: dividit diripiunt: auferunt

I9o divale: divinum dilucolum: ante mane distentus: satis plenus dirivitorium: loci contubernii divalis: princeps, imperator qui quasi

deus habebatur 195 dissectus: divisus

P. 82. divortium: repudium dilectus: carus discerpsit: diripuit diermi: turpis

200 dimicat: pugnat discolor: dissimilis dispectabilis: contemptebilis

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dictitat: frequenter dicit disto: dissimilo, differo

205 distitet: cessabit disceptat: disputat discrimen: periculum dispendium: damnum disceptatur: litigat

2Io discipulati: edocti dilubium: lavacrum dirus: crudelis diversum: consentiens discretu: divisum

215 dispalatum: dificatum diermi: turpis dimolire: dissipare dipsas: serpens diverberat: disiungit

220 diurnum: unius diei diapsalma: spiritus pausat dicatio: conscratio dessidet: discordat discors: dissimilis cordis

225 diuturnum: multi temporis P. 83. dypfnoicos: difficultas spi-

randi discerniculum: ornamentum capiti mu-

lieri dictator: imperator qui dictat erdinat

exercitum dirivat: a suo curso convertit

230 direptus: praedatus digegitur: dissipatur diribere: dinumerare dirimire: separare dispertit: patitur

235 discidium: separatio per vim facta disetatines: disputationes dis manibus: dis inferorum diutinum: diuturnum dissertum: expositum

240 distinctum: apertum, manifestum distractum: venundatum diuncem: undicem untias discolus: difficilis dispernit: contempnit

245 discidio: dispositio vel subligentia distentus; cibo plenus aut virgas ex-

tensus diplumum: duplicatum

P. 84. disserit: disponit, narrat diplumatarius: duplicatur

250 diverticolum: quod brevi loco diver- titur

distinctio: separatio diutinum: diuturnum diditus: divulgatus dipulit: dispersit

255 divexum: inclinatum displosa: divisa divaricatus: satis separans divesupu: locuples diversurium: hospicium a divertendo

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260 dicto citius: quam dici potes discrepat: dissentit dispares: dissemi diruit: eiecit, evertit dialis: cottitianus

265 dissecere: dissipare et in diversas se- care

diriguit: rigitus et frigitus est digressus est: abiit disparile: dissimile disidentes: discordantes

270 dispicatis: minutis partibus didior: dividior, doctus

P. 85. discrevit: separavit dissinso: discordia dipsas: nomen serpentis

275 docitat: frequenter dicit dilata: in longo ducta divinitus: quod ex divinitate fit dogma: doctrina dolus: fraus

280 dorcades: quadrupes capreo similis documentum: exemplum dorcas: caprea dolabra: securis vel asciae lapetaria dolones: tela abscondita

285 Dolopes: milites fini condotati per manus

Densa: nomen insule docimentum: alterius exemplum domata: moenia dicuntur vel certe

superioris domus dubium: incertum

290 dumtaxant: praecipue, sine dubio duces: ductores dumi: spinq dumeta: loca silvestria, spinosa duellium: secundum bellum

295 P. 86. dulcia: iocunda dumus: spina duca: furmula duella: ? vlii duellius: aversarius

300 duellum: bellum duorum hominum


Evangilium: Bona adnuntiatio ... citas: multituto edax: comissatum etacitas: voracitas

5 edito: prodito edictum: future dicisio etacitas: multituto comessationis educat: nutrit effabilis: docilis

Io edemitat: dentes secludit efatur: loquitur eflagitat: reposcit efferetur: funus dicitur

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effeta: adaperire 15 effemeris: cottitiana res

effrenati: immoderatus vel abruptus effeminati: mollis eviratus enervatus

tamquam femina mollis P. 87. efeminatus: stupratus

effecit: perfecet 20 efferiebamur: superbievamur

efficet: sufficit efflavit: exalavit efugium: locus refugii effetanda: disputanda

25 effeta: sine fetu effeminat: in femina convertit efferus: ferox, inmansuetus effivi: aduliscentes effebus: inverbis

30 egerimus: tollimus egrate: exegrate egerit: excutit, foris mittit egre: moleste egestio: curatio

35 eger animo: dicitur egestio: purgatio elatus: superbus

P. 88. elavi: evadere eloboro: sitro

40 elapidavit: distruxit elegantia: pulcritudo Elisei: Cartaginensis quando et ilisica

dicta est elchere: evocare elementum: celum, terra, sol, ignes,

natura 45 elapsa: discussa

elivicata: purificata, deplanata Elisius: pagani beatus nuncupavat cam-

pos elinguis: mutus, nullius linge elogia: pars carminis

50 eluxit: luctum deposuit eclesia: congregatio elues: ligor qidade quod aliquid eluitur elogium: titulum cuilibriei elatus ambiciosus, superbus

55 eliciens producens suadendo, traens P. 89. ecudit: excudit vel producit

eculeus: genus turmenti in quo stans extenditur homo

emax: emptor emaces: emptores

60 emacitas: emendi aviditas emeritus: milis vetera em: admiratio emereor: conplaceor, numquid iam

conplevit malitia emicuit: repulsit

65 emerita: arma victricia emolumentum: locrum emeritum: furiarum eminet: exta taltum est eminens: excellens, altus

70 emolus: invidus empurius: locus supemare emblema : ornamenta vasorum emfaticum: audax increpatur empesi: empos, impatiens, amens

75 emuniles: modice eminentibus P. 90. ensito: insertum

enervat: castrat enervatus: mollis, efeminatus enitor: conor

80 encrypias: subcineritios vel occultus panis

enixa: conata enisi: conati enormis: sine mensura enotat: explicat

85 enixius: instantius enixe: sedule, inpense ensicium; a secando enodis: sine nodis enormia: grandia

90 enucleatim: dare, manifeste enucleo: perpendo, expono Eolus: rex ventorum eo minus: tantum minus epiphania: aparatio, ostensio, mane-

festatio 95 epithoma: adbreviatio

epithomarius: abrevicatur P. 91. epicrama: abreviatio

epimiris: diurnis epilogon: narrationes et ratione

ioo epithapium: carmen mortuorum epilogus: extrema pars libri epitalamum: carmen nuptiarum epifora: lippitudo oculorum epistula: scribula

I05 epus: lux episcopus: superinspectur epotat: ebebit epulum: convibium ephot: quod est super humerales

sine cucullo vestis sacerdotalis ca- sulle cuius vestis duo sunt genera unum lineum et simplex quod sa- cerdotis habebant, aliut diversis coloribus et auro gemmisq contexta que solis pontificis utibantur

110 P. 92. epichrimata: conamina equidem: ego quidem equiperant: equidem facit equos pegassus. alatus ergata: vicinus vel operatur

115 eragine: e contra era: domina Erinis: Furia, ira magna ermana: calamitas ermula: statua sine manibus

i20 erisibe: erugo e tribicommessio erga illum: circa ilium erciscende: dividende eruditus: doctus

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erumna: miseria I25 ergastulum: operibus duris

ergastulum: locus ubi damnati mar- moris secant nam grece metallum dicitur P. 93. esedum: veicolum

estrita: caput esidat: comedet

130 esu: esca esedarius: mulio veicoli ethesiae: venti in certo tempore essentia: subsistentia id est uniuscui-

que persone Etrusci: Tusci

I35 ethica: moralis sed proprietas ethicon: proprium Etruria: Tusca ethnicus : gentilis etymologia: paratum verbum

140 eugenis: nubilis evoma: effundat eugenia: humelitas evum: tempus evehit: transportat

145 evirat: castrat evo: seculo evitat: declinat eventus: successus evolvet: exponit

50 eviscerato: exempto P. 94. eonas: secula

evulsit: expoliavit evanuit: aufugit eulilogi: versiculi

I55 euychias: dilitias eu: laudantis est vox evelantur: spoliantur evidenter: manifeste eurus: ventus subsolanus

I6o evelatus: spoliatus evidens: aperta evatatur: flagitat evantes: fugentes evistigio: statim

I65 evetatus: pertritius actu privatus vel ocisus

Euterpe: nomen musae euripus: piscina longa evertit: funditus movit Eumendum: Furiarum

170 euebaristia: gratia eus: vox inclamantis

P. 95. exta: interanea ostiarum extat: emminet exalat: spirat

175 exaditat: excludit ab aditis exaustis: exacuatis exsanguis: sine sanguine examussi: ingredere diligenter examinat: inquirit, discutit

180 exitus: excessio, mors exorsus: incipit loqui

excedit: errat exomologismum: preces vel confes-

sionis extimus: extremus, extraneus

185 expiat: purgat, mundat exerat: aruminat exploratores: inquisitores

P. 96. excurat- vigilat, observat extimuit: satis timuit

I9o exprobrat; inproperat exor: sine sorte, eretidates extat. supereminet exultat:' exilet exesum: cummistum

195 ex intervallum: ex inposito tempore excidium: expugnatio exemit: produxit, abstolit exubite: spoliaque, ociso oste tolluntur exertum: apertuni

200 exilis : gracilis, macer expers: sine consilium alens exitiale: mortifirum, periculorum experrexi: evegilavi expertus: probatus

205 exequia: mortuorum obsequia P. 97. exolitus: dissulutus

extulit: elavavit explodit: expellit, vitoperat extrinsicus: a foris visceribus et ex-

terius 2Io exuti: spoliati

extinctum: interfectum exestimatio: cretulitas exosus: odiosus exorit: aperit

215 exanimis: sine anima extimplo: statim, mox, continuo exedent: comedent, devorant expergefactus: a somno surgens exordiarius: ludus theathri

220 excellens: nubilis, eminens ceteris exitium: calumnias, periculum exulcerat: verbis asperis vulnerat exaustis: vacuis defectis

P. 98. exedra: hoc subselliorum id est absida salutaria

225 exortus: natus explodita: exclusa exori : nascentiq excivit: excitavit exciturum: excitaturum

230 expromimus: exponimus exeremus: proferemus expilandi: nudandi, praedandi expelatores: aliene ereditatis subtrac-

tores exaustant: exauriunt

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240 experiendum: experimentandum exspes: sine spem excors: sine corde expectorat: extra pectus elci exephebis: a pueritia

245 P. 99. extorris: exterminatus extra terminos

experientia: prudentia expergiscor: excutior expediam: explicet, liberet experire: cognoscere

25v exoptatum: disideratum exulto: gaudeo extrusi: expuli extruso: expello, recludo expiabilis: (rasura) inmundus

255 extixe: extincsisse excitur: evocatur exfretat: navigat expertia: aliena exagerat: provocat, explorat

260 experiar: cognoscar experta: docta

P. xoo. eximietas: sublimitas exuberant: profluunt, habundant exolescit: defecet

265 exuit: deposuit exolevit: in oblivionem venit exemplum: formam explet: perfecet exuret: cremat

270 exerti: evocati expositus: in medio positus exempla: sublata exemptum: explicatum existite: perdurate

275 exemplaria: similia exere: producere ex coniectura: ex arbitrio excanduit: in iracundia exilibi exodus : exitus, egressus

280 exolidus: dissolutus exorabilis: placabilis exormis: inmanis exitie: poene sententiq expressit: explanavit

285 P. o01. excautus: intentus extestinum: extraneum exanclare: exaurire ex tasin: mentis excessum expediunt: educunt, proferunt

290 exvito : diverto, divido extespices: aruspices exidium: divortium, repudium exinuat: exemplat, exaperit exlex: extralege

295 excedendus: devorandus exercita: miserabiliter sollicita exete: evidenter, perspicue exemptis: sublitis, conplicitis experimentum: usum

300 exaurit: evacuat

exerti: nudi exintervallum: exintermisso tempore excidium: eversio urbium, separatio expuncta: finita

305 P. 102. eximius: praeclarus, subli- mis

exporrectus: extinctus extorris: exiliatus extorrem: extra terra propria expulsus experita: parva, vacua

3IO extudit: dtundendo extorsitum exclusit: propiam expulsus


fabor: testimonium ladis facitus: elegans, iocosus, eloquus fabre: perfecte, arteficiose facundus: abilis, gratiosus, eloquens

5 facitia: iocus, elegantia facesie: eliganter fatiscet: aperitur factitat: frequenter facit facinorosus: scelestus

io facilitas: possibilitas, licentia facitior: hilarior, gratiosus

P. o03. facesso: duo significat, facet facesset et frequenter facio

faustus: festus fautor: qui fuit et consentit

15 facinus: scelus, factum factus: superbus, contemptor facinora: crimina scelestia fas est: ius est vel ratio facinnat: quando laudando decepet

20 falanx: legio, lingua macido faces: faculE fandi: loquendi falerare: ornare fatus: locutus

25 fanum: templum fatur: loquitur fando: loqendo fassiloquax: mendax faniliaris: domesticus amicus

30 falaria: lancea magna vel genus teli magni

farcire: fulcire, implere fatuus: stultus, sine sensum fallet: decepit fax: facula

35 P. 0o4. Fascenninas: clausebiles vallationis

favisor: consentaneus fanaticus: aspectus honorosus fanatici: minestri templorum falernum: vinum

40 faxo: in?endo faxo: faciat, tempus futurum famereas: mortiferas fartores: saginatores

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fameticum: a fama vel esurientem 45 farra: frumenta

fana: inlicita sacrificia fassus: confessus famicus: locus in urbe fatidici: fata canente

50 fauces: angusta claustra falcidia: quarta pars faleras: atolator averba fatiscunt: feriende dissipantur fatiosus: fallax, deceptur

55 P. 105. fariolus: vatus factio: coniuratio fascinant: gravant farus: turres speculatoria faustus: felix, laudavilis, benignus

60 facultas: conditio, possessio fastus et fausti: libri sunt ubi sunt

nomina consolum favisio: suffragium fatidicus: divinus fasta: honores

65 farisei : divisi faxit: fecit fastes: honeres fastigium: culmen faemina: a femore

70 faetivus: letus, conpositus faemor: quod super geniculu est fastidum: superbia, contemptus fateor: confiteor fa:

75 flagitat: postulat, expetit flagris: flagellis

P. 106. flabri: fabulosi, ventosi flabris: ventisicci flagitiosus: crimenosus

80 flagtium: adulterium livitum vitium flagrantia: ardentia, suavitas odoris flagras: ardens, fulgens flamina: venti flamea: virginitas

85 flammigena: de flamma natus flammonius: honor pontificales aput

gentiles flamen dialis: sacerdos Iovis flagra: incendia flavum: rureum

go flammeo: irato fluvidus: inpetuosus flabra: fysimata vel venti fluxerunt: ceciderunt fluxa: resoluta

95 fluidum: mollem fluit: deducit, currit fluxum: vanum fluctuat: vacillat, dubitat

P. 107. flammen Martiales: sacerdos Martis

Ioo famen yrinalis: sacerdos Cyrini. Cy- rynus enim aput Romanos deus fuit

fertilis: fructuosus

Warrent, [1884.

fecundus: cupiosus, fertilis fecunda: fructifer fere: prope, pene, forte

I05 ferme: circiter, prope, propter ferales: mortales fer: tolle fercula: missoria fervidus: turpis, iracundus

II0 fertur: dicitur ferunt: portant, dicunt feretrum: lectus in quo rportui portan-

tur ferux: crudelis, stevus Fenices: Carthaginensis

115 fedant: inquinant festivus: feriatus

P. Io8. fefellit: elusus vel inluset vel frustratuis sive conciszus

ferascit: efferum facit fessus: fatigatus

I20 Feronia: dea agrorum feriae: cessationes ab opere ferisne: poteris ergo ferre fletus lamentatio, luctus fenus: usura

125 fenicum: coccinum fenerat: mutuat, inpromutat femor: duplicitur diciter, dicitur ab eo

quod est femor femor, facit ab eo quod est ab hoc femine facit femen et declinatur quomodo carmen

flevile: lamentabile fiduciarius: qui re aliquam fiducia ac-

cepit I30 finum: stercus animalium

fio: efficior fistulor: sibilor fibras: figata, pulmones, iocinora ficubus: corde cithare

I35 P. 10g. figolus: fictor fincxit: conposuit ficti: pravi, falsi, simulatores fidicula: cetharedi filargyria : avaritia, amor pecunie

I40 fidicula: genera tormentorum sicut laminq

fibea: luna finctus: formatus fidicina: citharista figmentum: sinlilitudo

145 finitimi: vicini, confines finget: simulat fidiculq: corde fibula: ligamenta figmenta: conpositionis adinventiones

150 fragor: sonitus, strepitus fragosus: torrens fremit: rugit, furet frendit: dentibus stridet

P. IIo. fretus: confisus, fiducia ha- vens

I55 fratruelis: matertere filius

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fratria: fratris uxor fribula: vasa fictilia fragores: tonitrua framea: asta, gladius bis acutus

160 freta: maria fretum: mare angustum frenat: conpescit fremunt: strepitum facit fribous: levis, mendax

I65 fribula: imaginaria, caduca focilat: refecit fomes: nutrimentum fomis: lignum aridum fomites: initia, incitamenta

170 fotus: recreatus fovit: nutrit, studet

P. iii. futa: nutrita, plena fors: fortuna, casus forenses: qui in foro sunt

175 fores: ianuq eo quod fores ponuntur formidor: timor format: figurat, creat fortunatus: felix, beatus fosforus: lucem portans

I80 fomidines: pinne, licive in sagittis foederati: amicati fornex: camera foeda: turpia, inquinata foebes. sol

I85 focas: vitulus marinus forceps: forcipes fabri fotiles : inanem, vacuum forsan: fortasse forex: foturum esse

I90 fortuitus: subitus.eventus et casus fortuita: subita vel repentina fortuna: felicitas

P. 112. foliatum: curvatum foedus: amicidie pactus, iusiurandum

I95 forceps: clusum carcer formidans: timens formidolosus: temidus fornicem: arcutiiumpale plateq frugalis: abstinentia, parcitas, passi-

monia, ubertas 200 frutecta: ramorum densitas

frustratus: deceptus, exinanitus frusta: particula modica fructus: usus consecutus frugi: magnanimis vel continens sub-

stantia 205 frutices: ramos

frustra: inanis, sine causa fructutus : fruiturus fruges: frumenta fucata: tincta, colorata

2I0 P. 1I3. fucatus: tinctus, dolosus fuco: dolo fucus: vermicolus fufae: interiectio mali odoris funditus: a fundamentis

215 fungit: agit

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fultus: auxiliatus futo: amplexo fulcit: manit, firmat funeture: funeris instrumentum

220 fulcitus: sublevat fulvum: rubicondum fulciat: adiuvet, auxiliet fulmen: fulgo, iacula fusus: fugatus

225 fusi: iacentes fulcitrat: fulmen preemit fulgidum: splenditum fumidu: fumosa functus: minestrans

230 fulva: rura fundi : praedia, campi fuma: terra funesta: scelesta funus: deductio mortui

235 P. II4. (f)unera: luctuus mortis fungitur: agitur, obsequitur funu' imaginarium: tumulum sine ca-

tavere funestum: perniciosum functione: misteria

240 funtio: tribulatioru exolutio furfuraculum: tenebras futilis: levis et inconstans fungimur: utimur, solvimur furor: iracundia, temeritas

245 fundandus: rusticus qui fundicolit furia: ira magna furebundus: valde iratus furiata: dolore concitata furva: obscura, nigra


galerum: pylleum pastoralem de iun- co factum P. 115. Gabrihel: fortitudo dei

Gallilei: volubilis galerus: calamaucus

5 ganeo: gulosus, tabernio, propinatur ganea: taberna gannit: muttit galibare: mortuorum condita corpora ganeus: luxuriosus

IO garrula: versa garrulitas: verbusitas garrit: verbosatur gazofilacium: dividiarum et tesaurcus-

tudia gaza: divitie, lingua persa

15 gastromargia: ventris ingluvies galbanus: genus medica menti id est gamus: nuptie garon: liquamen ganimen: tabernarius

20 gausicum: genus pallii P. xi6. genenealogia: linea genera-


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generalis: universalis generaliter: universaliter genitura: seculi posteritas

25 gentale: originale gessit: egit genesis : factum, discretum geometria: mensura terre gestum: motus corporis

30 gestatu: potatum genitalia: sexus virilis et feminq genimina: generationis generosita: nobilitas gelidum: frigidum

35 Getoli: Afri gerusa : notrix, conpotrix germina: semina genium: virgo germen: initium floris

40 genalis : lectus qui in nuptiis sternun- tur P. 117. genuinum: initium necis et

nature id est inserturn geniculationibus: adrationibus geometra: suppudandi arte peritus gerolu: baiolus

45 gerit: agit gestat: portat Gete: Gothi et Trace gentica: gentilis gentiunt: anseris

50 geniatus: gratus gene : mala in facie id est sub oculis gerotochomium: locum venerabilem,

in quo pauperi set propter senectute sola infirmi hominis curantur vel pascuntur

gneumon: dicitur pulmo gymnasium: et palestra et adiutorium

magistrorum unum dicitur anuditate et alterum ab ext ?

55 gymnasiarces: qui princeps est in gymnasia

gymnside: lavacrum, balneum gymnos: nudus gorstus: faretra gignit: genera nascitur praeluium

60 gymnasta: exercitatio est palestra ipse locus agon vel ubi unguntur pales- tre luctatores P. II8. gylbus: malbum et nigrum,

medius color gratia: donum gretissimus: iocundissimus gramma: littera

65 grandevus: senlis grassare: invadere, predare gradatum: paulatim gratitur: ambulat grandenato: ex nubeli natus

70 gremium: sinus et praefectura sedes gremia: sicamina lignorum gripes: alites fere

Warren, [I884.

grus: grues grumuli: tumuli

75 gramen: genus erbe gratis: gratia inpensa sine merito gratatur: gratulatur grassatur: invasor grumus: ageratum

80 gratutum: gratu habitum gratificus: gratis faciens grumat: diriget, aequat gregariis: vulgaribus gnuus: fortis, agilis

85 gnarus: doctus, perfectus P. I9g. glauco: viridi, presso

glevo: rusticus, arator gleva: cispis durus glovus: vertices

go glaber: calvus glomerat: convolvet, nectit glaucoma: offusio oculorum id est

nebula glosa: congregatio sermonum globus: rotunditas, condensa volu-

mine 95 gloria: magestas, laus

globat: acerbat glosia: veri soror gnsia: terra gl gurgustium: tegurium umile et tene-

broso Ioo gurgustia: loca tabernorum tenebrosa

ubi convivia turpia fiunt gurges: altum in fluminibus et pro-

fundi locus


harundo: canna, kalamus haurit: implet, bivet haustum: epotatum haut procul: non longe

5 hasce: as autem P. 120. haut frustra: non sine causa

habilis: aptus, opportunus halat: oscitur hausta: gostata

Io hato: mendax hamatum: uncis circumdatum halantes: redolentes habitudo: conpositio corporis hausit: bivit, inplevit

15 haut secus: non aliter haecine: ita vero havene: frena equorum lorarum tena-

cula hanelat: spirat habitus: qualitas corporis

20 herus: vir fortis vel domnus herei: domini here: habe hevenum: genus ligni indici

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hera: donmina 25 heliotropoli: nomen gemme et herba

solis equiam P. 12I. hebitudo: fatuitas

heres: filius hesitat: dubitat hedor: aqua

30 hersutlm: asperum, vellosum herugo: sanguisuga heroes: viri fortes heroes: dicuntur qui dum vivunt et

virtute nubile sunt et post mortem gloriam dimittunt

hecui: alicui 35 hebes: murio

hestispicus: aruspix Herebi: inferni heruum: anticorum heremum: desertum

40 helitores: ortolani herbedum: herbosum hemenum: novum nuptus herenicas: antiquitas Heumenia: Thesalia

45 herma: castratio heu: gemitus herit: fixum est hebitant: stupiscunt helluo: glutto

50 hilaritas: letitia heculaneus: eunucus heiulatus: ululatus, he hereses: secte heus: ingemiscentes est

55 Hermes: Mercurius hermaproditus: castratus Hercle: vere iuratio est

P. 122. hermafroditus: nec vir nec mulier

helluantes: avide comidentes 60 hespirias: occidentales partes

hebrei: transgressores hesperus: stella quq primos sero ap-

parit hymnum: carmen in lade dei hymnum: laudem cantici

65 hymen: nuptie vel carmen nuptie hydromates: qui ex aqua divinant hypocrita: simulatur hylidrus: seu ytri, serpentes aquatici hydroplasmus: cantio quia organum

componit 70 hiantes: os aperientes

hiliis: intestinis hiulcus: pastor hiacintum: flos porporeae hiania: margarita pretiosa

75 hirti: anni grassi hirta: aspera hippecus: navis

P. 123. hictirici: ydropici Hiberia: Spania

8o hispida: spinosa Hisperia: Italia hiscor: os aperior, loquor hirtus : asper, setosus hir: qI pts vigil

85 hirta: fetosa, plena, grassa hispidum: asperum, orredum, pilosum histrio: mimo scenicus himeus: nuptias hiultum: patens, aperens, apertum,

ians e

90 hippus: navis ium taria hiscit: apertus incidit hintes: ampliantes histriones: praepositi meretricum hircus: caper

95 hiscitur: dividitur Hiersolima: visio pacis Hyades: stelles (ras.) quinque in modo

quinque littere in fronte tauri posite hiscine: ipsis autem historia: fabula

oo00 hirco: stupeo, miro hiersolima: quasi usolo mone accepit

nomen hierisalomonia P. I24. historiogrofus: discriptur

fabularum histrix: quadrupes spinosum hiat: aperit

105 hincine: hinc vero hirsutus: asper, vellosus hiverna: loca callida propter hieme

facta historia: rei praeteritae memoriali hirudinis: sanguisuge

1o hiena: epicenon est gens beluq hiatus: spissura, vorago hibleus: flos vel fluritum hiemis: frius, tempestas hiscere: desineri

115 hostia: victima holocaustum: totum incensum honos: honor hospitalustra: hospida, peregrina horror: timor, pallor

120 horridus : timidus horrificum: expaviscendum

P. I25. horne: huius anni horno: hoc anno hostit: aequat, planat

125 heletor: orti vel olerum cultur hortatur: suadet hortor: suadeor hostimentum: aquamentum hoscitans: flans, spiritu alans

I30 horonia: inrisiva dictio ut ea vitope- rare intellegas

hoscine: hos vero hocine: hoc verum homuntio: non grandis forma hononorat: honore munerat

135 homulus: non grandis forma II

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humus: terra humatus: sepultus humana: motalia


ianuam: ostium, porta ianitor : ostiarius, custus iaspis: genus gemme iacturam: danino

5 iamdudum: iam ante P. 126. iacula: missilia tela, id est

lancea vel sagitta iactantia: superbia Iabin: intellectus iacit: mittit, iacta

o1 iacturarius: qui frequenter patitur damnum aut mortalitate

iactus: iactatus iapix: velox vel ventus lacobus: subplantator ieiuna: sterelis, infructuosa

15 iecor: interanea, ficatum ieraticas: sacerdotalis literra aput

Egyptos Iohannes: domini gratia iocinora: viscera Ioram: diaconus

20 iubar: speldor vel luciferq' ante solis orto apparet

iugalem: coniugem iubilate: strepite, cantate iuba: crista, galea iuga: capita et summitatis montium

25 P. 127. iurisperitus: legis doctor iugiter: asidue iurgium: litigium iusiurandum : foedus, id est pacis iura-

mentum iuglandas: noces maiores

30 iustitium: locus puplicum iugium: fervitates, captivitates ictus: percussus iconisma: imago, figura fine pectore a

caput ideo : idcirco

35 idem: iterum atque iterum (rasura) identide : ipsum per ipsum idem: et de uno dicitur et de pluribus,

ut idem mihi dixit et idem mihi dix- erunt

idiota: imperitus litterarum idioma: prophetae sermonis

40 id ipsum: hoc ipsum idolum: ex dolo nomen accepit, id est

dolo diabuli adinventum P. I28. ignovit: venia veniam dedit

ignavus : stultus, inprudens ignarus: inscius

45 ignuminia: infamia ignovili vulgo: ignota turba

Varren, [1884.

igitur: ergo ignavia: pigritia, dementia ignobilis: plebeius

50 ignita: igne accensa ignominiosus: qui damnatur et de ex-

ilio revocatur ignipotens: Vulcanus ilico: mox, continuo, statim Iliaci: Troiani

55 ilex: genus arboris ilicet: ire licet, scilicet illinc: de isto loco imbres: pluviq imbicelles: dibiles

60 P. 129. immane: acervum, crudele immanitas: ferocitas, acervitas impubes: pueri sine barbas imprumtum: in presentia inpulsor: concitatur

65 imperium: regalis potestas impopulavile : inlesum impune: sine vindicta impendum : erogatio impolitus: ineroditus

70 inlpos: pusillanimus impiare: inquinare immolo: victimo immotum: firmum imburio: incurvatio

75 inmensus: sine mensura imbutus: plenus, institutus imus: summus, altus

P. 130. immania: ingentia, aspera immutilata: incontaminata, inconcussa

80 impendit: erogat impulit: adegit, percussit impar: inaequalis impotens animi: elatus prosperitate impertio: tribuo, dono

85 improcinctu: ex apparatu impenetrabile: in interiore et inacces-

sibile immolat: sacrificat improbus: inportunus et inconsidera-

tus, inpurus immitus: inexorabilis

90 immo: potius et quod prius est immurice: in saxo acuto immerens: non merito immoderatus: praeceps impraecelsum: inexcelsum

95 impraeceps: in imo profundo P. 131. imperat: accipit

implex: innexa, incorporalia improcinctu : 'in expiditione imprecor: intente precor

Ioo impensius: largius, uberius imperitus: indoctus impubis: investimentibus imploro: rogo, invoco improvitus: qui non providet

105 imperitat: frequenter imperat

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inadibilis: inaccesibilis inanimis: qui numquam habuit ani-

mam inbutus: institutus incompti: inconpositi

10o incula: peregrinus incolomis : salvus incunabula: initia infantiq incommoda: inutilia, damna incolatus: peregrinatio

115 incursationis: impetu incrementum: nutrimentum, augmen-

tum initium inclemens: iracundus, impius

P. 132. incertum: inlicitus coitus incestat: contaminat, violat

120 inconstans: mutabilis incomitatus: sine comitibus increpitans: cum ioco minatur incessere: accusare, provocare incubuit: appetivit, tenuit

125 inconsultando: in consilio habendo incidit: incurrit incidet: peccat incutet: inicet incessant: accusant, provocant

130 inauspicatum: sine requisitione in animum: in mente inbelles: qui pugnare non possunt incircumscriptus: terminum carens incunctanter: sine dubitatione

135 inclitum: nubilem P. 133. incassum: supervacuum ina-

nern incentores: inritatores incelebre: deserto increbuit: diffamatum est

140 incubat: res alienas tenet incessere: perficescere, ambulare inconsulti: sine consilio incentor: stimulatur inconditus: inornatus

145 incedit: ambulat, praecedit inconclavi: in secreto, in penetrabili inconvulsa: incommutabilis incuria: necligentia in coniectura: in similitudine

150 incessum: gressum ambulandi indeptus: adeptus, auctor adsecutus indefessa: infatigabili indigina: habitatur, civis

P. I34. indemnis: sine damno 155 indix: significatur

indagine: inquisitione indicia: signa, testimonia indutiae: dilationis indoles: ingenium, natura, mores

I60 individuum: inseparabile indubies: pax bello manente indagatio: inquisitio ineluctabilis: invincibilis inermis: sine arma

x65 ineres: piger, sine arte ineptia: insipientia, stultitia inexcita: invocata incumbet: insistet inergumina: demuniaca

170 in excessum : in pavore inedia: fastidium incentiva: irritamenta, aculei vitiorum,

cupiditas P. 135. inconsequenter: inrationa-

biliter in cenoleis: in conviviis

175 incursatione: ininpeto industria: doctrina, studium indedit: inseruit, inmisit indoles: etas iovenalis qui dolore ne-

scit indens: inserens, indicans

I80 indocilis: qui docere non potest inductio: persuasio indiis: mendaciis indiferens: paratus sine dubitatione indegestum: inconpositum, inperfec-

tum I85 induviae: indumenta

inexorabibilis: inpacabilis indoles: certe spei vel progenies incr

mentum inergia: pigritia inexpertum: non probatum

I90 ineffabilia: que non place loqui P. 136. inexplebilis: insatiavizis

inedie: famis, gerinia inextasi: in excessu inenodabile: insolubile

195 incominus: in simul infauta: infilicia infastis: in ore positis infit: incipit, dicit, dixit infititur: negat, non fatetur

200 infidus: infidelis, incertus infimus: inferior infestus: iratus, inruens infetaces: infructuose infrenis: in reverens

205 infrendimus stringimus infersisti: intulesti infulfor: pervasor infolis: dignitatibus

P. 137. infulae: vite sacerdotales 210 infanda: nec dicenda, crimina

infamis: male fame infitias: mendatium infetiare: crimen inferre vel negare inficit: tinguit et colore inmutat

215 infensus: inportunus infectum: non factum vel tinctum, fo-

catum, coloratum inferie: sacrificia mortuorum infertat: inportat, minestrat infrequens: inofficiosus

220 informitas: inconpositio

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informamur: instruimur in furia: in furore inclubie: gyla initum: pactum

225 ingenium: naturalis sullicitudo ingens: magnus

P. 138. ingeminas: iterans, doplans ingruit: inruit inminet incluvies: voragines, sordes

230 ingemit: indigne ferit ingentia: grandia incruentes: inminentes, incumbentes ingerit: infert inglorius: sine gloria

235 inhospita: inhabitabilis inhians: attonitus animum ut tentus inhibet: prohibet, coibet inhiantes: desiderantes iniet: coepit, inchoabit

240 inimica: aversaria inicet: imittet iniurium est: iniustum est iniecit: inmisit initum: pactum

245 P. 139. inlex: seductor inlicet: seducet, suadit inluvies: morbus, sordes, squalor inlivata: intacta, inviolata inlustrare: inluminare

250 inletabibilis: tristis inliberalis: malignus inlustrat: clarificat inliunt: inlicita persuadet inlepidum: insuave

255 innox: innoxius inexa: amplexa insuba: que nulli nubet innectitur: inligatur innocuus: qui nulli nocet

260 innitens: incumbens, confidens inops: pauper, plus debet quod pos-

sedet P. I40. inopinata: subita, inspirata

inormis: inmensus inpertit: erogat uni

265 inquilinus: peregrinus inquam: dixi inquilini: coloni, condititionis inlexit: suasit inlabere: descendere, influere

270 inlecebra: inlicitas voluntas, blandi- tia, dolus

inlicita: prohibita inlustra//es: nobilis, gloriosi inludet: irridet inlectus: seductus

275 inlictant: quod supra inluxit: lumen apparuit innoxius: innocens inni: conati innupta: incognita vero

280 innixus: incumbens

innomirum: innomirabilem P. 14I. innuit: natibus indicat

inopia: famis, paupertas inolevit: crevit, innotuit

285 inoromata: visione inquio: dico inpendio: erogatio inquis: sine quiete insignis: nobilis, magnus, ornatus

290 instar: similitudo, magnitudo insolens: inportunus instigat: incendit, inmittit insons: innocens insedit: obtenuit

295 insitio: insertio instipat: congerit instimulat: invistigat insolentia: stultitia insolescit: mutatur

300 insitum: infixum, inherens insinuat: indicat, nuntiat

P. 142. instantia: vigilantia insultat: inridat inscendit: discendit

305 insudandum: sudore querendum insigne pietate: valde pium insuetare : insolenter evadere insignit: ornat, exultat insuescit: extra consuitudinem efficitur

310 insquitia: rusticitas, inperitia insolevit: invaluit, inhesit insigniri: insignem fieri insolitus: inconsuetus insolenter: inportune

3I5 insitus: insertus insertaba: inserebam insticnto dei: inspiratione dei insomnis : pervigilans instinctu: inpulsu

320 P. I43. instruit: preparat, ornat insectatus: persecutus instaurat: reparat, rennovat insimulat: accusat, fingit instat: insistit, vigilat

325 instituta: exempla dispositionis prae- cepta

insolescere : supervivere insignior: sublimior, nobilior inspicare : defendere et in modo spica-

rum concidere intrinsicus: inferius

330 intestinum: domesticum intempesta nox: media nox interpola: revocata intercalare: interponere interiit: periit

335 intrinsicus: inferius intrivera: minuaverat, contriverat intemerata: intacta, integra, incor-

rupta P. i44. intuitur: vidit, aspicit

interritus: sine pavore

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340 internusci: cognusci intimus: interior interpulavit: interruppit interlitus: interlinitus interiit: periit

345 intenti: atoniti integratio: untio interceptio: deceptio, fraus in tempore: in oportunitate intima: pretiosa

350 intersecta: interclusa intimabo: insinuabo intercapito: interiectio intestabile: sine fede testium intiger: sanguinem plenus

355 interfabor: interlogor interpolatus: corruptus varieq; mac-

ulatus vel fuscatus inteptant: inferunt intentant: intendunt, minatur interpellante: reluctante vel inpedi-

ente 360 P. 145. interminia: innuntia, obiec-

tus metriatrix intimat: nodum facit interfata: interlocuta intempestivo: non suo tempore interrex: designatus rex

365 interpalor: varigare_ I intendando: conto da intendo, aimmi-

nandenus quando inter se obliteratur interlunium: inter prima novissime

luna internuntii: qui inter partes nuntium

portant inter pucula: interepulas

370 interdum : frequenter intonuit: insonuit intrio: infundo interpres: conlectur intemperantia: ieiuna set inmoderata

audacia 375 interdiu: per diem

interrecta: interolusa P. 146. intertrimentum: si aliqua

speties in medio teratur interlocutio: iudicium introrsus: introversus

380 internitione: mortem, interitum interna: interiora cordis interlitus: intercisio verbi inultum: iniudicatum investis: sine barbis

385 invergit: perfundit invia: difficilior via ubi non est invisus: qui non videtur invenus: turpis, ingratus inumbratur: occultatur

390 invalidus: infirmus investibolo: in ingresso invehit: infert, portat invisere: visitare

P. 147. invisit: ingreditur 395 invisor: invidus

inuret: incendit invectus: inportatus invisant: inspiciunt invium : sine via quod adire non potest

400 inviolatus: intiger, intactus itritum: vanum, sine effectum iris: arcus in nube irritat: provocat, simulat ironia: dirisio

405 istuc: huc ite dacus: Danubius istromates: commentarus scientie [um Isaurum: Danubium Isterum Danubi- itidem: aduerbium est temporis quasi

iterum 410 itemque: iterumque

itidentidem: iter'uat iterum itero: repeto iterum: item iter: iteneris

415 Itureus: populus P. I48. istromatheas: opus variuse

ulaciniona et varia diversitate contexto


kalendae: initium mensium vel a co- lendo dicte

kalibem: ferrum kalyps: forca poenalis Karybdis: vertigo maris

5 kalnes: galee militum karitrius: genus avis et est albam et

pinnae ius non exuritur

L. Latio: Italia Latini: Romani lar: focolar intra domum larva: malificus, incantatur

5 larvalis: daemoniosa lacernum: stola, vestis lavitur: cadit labus: labor Laverna: dea furum

o1 P. I49. lanista: macellarius qui car- nis ferro laniat et magister glatia- torum

lata: prolata, praedicta laqueare: camera laqueata lapicidina: locus ubi ceddntur latrina: recessus

15 labe: sorde lacerum: laniatus, dibilem laquearia: domorum tignaria lacunculae: laterna id est vasa lucernq


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labentes: cadentes 20 lactat: decepit leniter

late: passim, ubique lapsantem: serventem Latio: Latinorum lavefactare: subvertere

25 latebra: locus absconsus a latendo lacertis: musculis braciorum aut genus

piscium lampene: stelle fulgetes lactasis: metaphoras ab infantibus

P. I50. lampas: facula 30 lamnas: animal similis pardo

latex: aqua que latet et inveniuntur lautumia: costudia carceris lacessit: lacerat, provocat lanugo: prima barba in similitudine

35 latur: portatur lascivia: voluptas animi laberna: ferramenta latronum vel qui

filius alienus seducet latura: datura laverna: homo qui filius alienus sedu-

cet id est latro 40 lacune : fossq

lacit : captat suadet laciniosum: pannosum lacunaria: pendentia luminaria laurigeris: laurum portantes

45 lacunaria: camere lautitie: munditie Latium: autem dictum est locus in

partes Italiq quo Aeneas Tornus P. 151. lancis: missurias

larve: umb simulacrum 50 lavillis: lubricus

lascivus: luxuriosus larantes: arantes lascive: fervide laicus: popularis

55 laris: genus avis guia laqueare: vincire, alligare lavitur: solvitur aut cadet latibulum: defensaculum lances: pondera, mensurq

60 lapite: cruciat, sollicitat doliter latomus: lapidu cqsor legio: numerus sex milium hominum legunt: colligunt legale: legitimum

65 legitima: iudicia, praecepta legata: testamenta, donata legomartia: numirus militum quasi

Marti consecratus legatum: donatio defuncti legatus internuntius

70 Leofilus: leonis filius P. 152. lectica: qua consoles por-

tantur lebetas: caccavoseneos lectores: apparitores lecticalis: qui lectulum facit

75 lebissata: genus marmoris lena: vitiorum seductrix lenta: flexebilis lenocinia: seductionis, persuasionis lentetur: otiose fiat

80 lepus: blandus leno: seductor et praepositus meretri-

cum lentus: tardus, lenis lenit: pacat, blandit lenocinium: uxoris meretricatio ma-

riti consensu 85 lepus : blandus

lepidum: pulchrum, unestum leporem: blanditiem, dulcidine, de-

core lepidum: pulchur, honestum lepidus: tener, mollis, delicatus

go leptopyria: minute febris P. x53. Lerna: paludes aquq ubi

fuit ydra serpens, qui multa capita habuit

Lerneus: ut anguis in Lernatus leargus: vitium quo conpremuntur

egriad falsum somnum lenicavis: lenivis, dealbabis

95 Lebbeus: circulus id est a corde ipse est deus ipse est et Iudas Iacubi

libo: sacrifico, offero Lilibeus: promunturius libertas: ingenuitas libare: est aliquid lebiter

Ioo Libani: potentes seculi et fortes Liburnus: grandis navis Liburne: accule Atriatici maris libumina: sacrificia, incensa libavit: degustavit, sacrificavit

o05 libitinia: lectus mortuorum libat: fundit, sicile

P. 154. libiralis: munificus, largus librat: pensant, equant libetima: arca ubi mortui condiuntur

IIo liberalitas: donatio que fit a divi- tibus

liberaliter: humaniter lictores: qui fasces ante iudices ferunt licitatio: proposita vinditio licessere: licere

115 licitacio: quotiens aliquis vinditur, et emptores super se augmentum fa- ciunt

licetur: de praedio contenditur lictor: apparatio licentiosa: maiorum mancipia quo

multa licet licitatio: promessio, sponsio

120 licenter: licite lienum: vinum ligula: arguta, loquax Liguria: provintia Italie in qua est

Mediolanus ligones: rastri, bidentes

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125 P. 155. ligustra: genus floris croco- coloris

limis: finisterminus limitata: terminata limat: mulcet limpido: puro

130 limnis: strabo et oblicus oculis lymphaticus: fantasticus qui quasi ex

aqua divinant lymbus: circuitus quoiusque rei, ut ora

maris linchine: candelae linquet: relinquet, deserit

I35 linquuntur: defluunt lincis: bestia varii coloris linter: navicula modica linquit: peccat, dimittit liquidum: splenditum, lucidum

r40 liquet: patet, claret lyra: genus cithare litat: sacrificat litargus: somnulentus lita: imitat

145 litaus: tuba longa litigium: scandalum litigatio: causatio

P. I56. lixa: aqua dicebant antiqui, unde elixare dicitur

lotus : libatus I50 loquacitas: multa locutio

locavit: collocavit longiturni: longevi longo limite: longo ordine logium: quod est rationale, pannus ex-

iguus ex auro gemmis coloribusque variis qui super humerale contra pectus pontificis utebatur

155 logica: rationalis logisticum: cogitabilem luculentum: luce plenum lucus: eo quod menime luceat luctum: planctum

I6o lucar: in urbe Roma et rogatio que solebant in lucis fieri et vectigal

lupanar: habitatio meretricum ludificat: inludit

P. 157. Luperci: pastores qui sacra incubi nudi colebant

lumina: oculi I65 lustrum: quinquenium

lustrat: circuit, peragrat luis: persolvis poenas lutenes: Lucelleum: genus marmoris albi

I70 lucifer: stella quq ante luce apparit ludibrium: dedicus et quod inluditur

vanitas lubricus: elavescens lupanaria: cella meretricum Lupercalia: gentium cultura id est

sacra panis qui ipse dicitur 175 luridum: sorditum, pallidum

lues: pestis, morbus, dilubius lurconum: devoratorum, gluttonum luscina: aves que bene canit luxus: pompa regia et luxuria

I80 P. 158. lumine turvo: diro hae tru- culentum vultum

ludicrum: ludibrium turpe Lucas: ipse consurgens, sibe ipse li-



macte: magis aut tam magis macies: exiguitas corporis Maceti: Macedones magalia: loca pastorarum

5 madet: humet magnanimus: fortis magnites: lapis qui ferrum rapit maius: plus, amplius malum punici: mala granata

Io mallatia: mollities, gre malagrama: herba venenosa maialis: porcus pinguis eo quod de

his Maie sacricabantur pp. 159 and i60 left vacant

P. 161. mancipat: manum mittit et sociat

manua: manipula 15 mansa: comista, manducata

mandemus: cometimus mania: furor, insania mane: persevera manes : inferorum anime vel sepulcra

20 manipulus: numirus militum brevis manipulus: unde et mapuli dicti fasces

gremiorum quod manu capinantur manuale: orarium manicat: mane surget, per manu tenet mansuevit: mansuetus factus est

25 manubi : preda de hostibus manilcapta: id est spolia mandavi: tradedi Maburtia: res que ad pugna pertenit machinatur: parat, instruit

30 macilentus: macer maior natu: senior

P. 162. maculosus: pullutus mapalia: ex se pastorum madefactus: humefactus

35 magnificus: magna faciens magnanimitas: fortitudo banimi maleatur: faber ferr machinationis : commenta a studii Maria: in luminatrix vel domina

40 marsuppium: sacellum margine: extrema parte livere mastia: malus serbus, serbus nequam matertera: matri soror mavis: magis vis

45 Maurusia: Mauritania mavens: durans, perseverans

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maranathema : in adventum domini P. 163. maiurolit: xii. signa mathe-

matici asserunt marcet: languet

50 martirium: testimonium marrina: potio divina mastigie: taurie flagella mattus: trisus matrinus: matri frater

55 matertera: magna soror aviae mavisse: magis volo esse marcus: excelsus, mandatus Messias: unctus id est Christus melus: dolcis sonus

60 meditulium: medius locus in campo melotes: pelles ovinas simplix qua

monachi uduntur ex uno latere P. I64. meliusculum: modicum me-

liorem metatur: habriatur, locatur Melopeus: quasi carminis facitor

65 mensum: mensuratum meat: manat, decorrit, ambulat menstrum: subaudis tempus unius

mensis Menalias : pastoralis meritoria: loca tabernaro ubi adulteria

comminantur 70 mero hanima: simplici, sincero

mersat: merget metiri: mensurari mercimonia: cummertia, negutiationis Menedes: Balie pars

75 mergitis: fatie utspinarum P. I65. mermis formica

melicus: poeta carminum lyricorum mediastinus: balneatur medustinus: balneatur

80 metacastor: ita mihi propitius set cas- tus

messala: agricola, messor melops: bonus cantor mensis commodus: September mensis mergi: fus es quibus messis colligunt

85 melopeum: dulcem, conpositum mercedarius: qui mercedes dat pro la-

bore Micepsa; vifuit Nnmidarum minitatur: asidue minatur minax: minas tendens

go minicius: ericius mimologus: qui mimos docet

P. I66. Milesiae: amatoriq geste minas: altitutinis propugnaculum mitra: corona et amictus capillorum

95 minsare: sepius mingere myrmiceas: verrugas corporis mysterium: occultum praefigurado mitis: mansuetus missele: telum quod mittitur

loo miscelluneum: cumixtitium miscentur: praeturbantu:

Minotaurus: monstrum qui capite tau- rino et cetera partis corporis homo fuit, a Minoe rege et a tauro, quia ex utraque mater fertur semina sus- cipisse P. I67. missitat: frequenter mittit

missicius: qui militia exibit Io5 missos nos facit: demitti nos

miseranda: misera, infelex migma: palea minutarum mioparon: naviculas cava pyratarum Mihahel: qui sicut deus

Iio modifica: modolata temperata modolatio dolcido vocis modestus: moderatus, rectus modestia: verecundia moechia: adulterium et omne inlicito

concubito I15 niodus: mensura, ordo

modolatur: formatur P. i68. modolant: librant

moderatio: temperantia molis: magnitudo, vastitas

I20 mollit: mitigat, placit molosi: canis magni molimina: artificia cogitationis molles: vani molior: dispono, excogito

I25 molitur: disponit, agit monachus: solitarius

P. I69. monachosmum: genus ve- hiculi quod ab uno iumentum du- catur

monogamus: unius uxori vir monarchus: singularis rex

130 monomentis: memoriis litterarum mons Tarpeius: Capitulium momentum: stilus in comenta monumentum: memoria monilia: ornamentum in capite molie-

rum vel pectore quorum I35 monopolium: ut ubi una res venditur

monarchia: principatus singularis monstrum: deformitas membrorum et

prodigium adversum P. I70. monoceron: quadrupis uni- cornuus

monimenta: auxilia 140 monadem: unitatem

mulcet: dilectat, blandicur mulcra: vasa ubi lac mulgitur mulgatores: peremptores mulosus: canis rusticus

I45 mulcat: pugnis vel calcibus cedit multatio: damnum pecuniq multatus: condemnatus multifarie: multiloque multi sermo-

nus mulcero: limo, piano, mitigo

50 Mulciver: Vulcanus Mulciver: ignis dicitur eo quod omnia


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P. 171. munifex: munera distribu- ens

munimen: defensio munera: officia, bellorum tributa, fir-

mitas 155 munificus: honorificus

mundus: celum vel terram municipium: mansio q muros murex: regalis porpora municeps: unicus qui accepti muneri-

bus edificatur vel princeps primus I6o munusculum: modica donatio

munitabitur: munietur munificentia: libertas libera munimenta: testimonia murorum munituria: precinuturia

165 munium : quasi mantfactumt sic et muri a monicione P. I72. municipiun: quod iam ac-

cipiat munera id est offitia murice: coclea marina munia: munera qui militibus dantur mnurice: frutices virgulte et saxa acuta

in montibus I70 mussim: lente

museleu: monumentum mussat: silentium murmurat, dubitat musitanter: leniter musia: nidi suricum

I75 muscepula: temptatio, laqueum murquiso: marmuratur, fallax musitat: frequenter murmurat mutilat: placitum violat mutilo: inmino, violo, sautio, frango

180 P. 173. mutilum: truncatum mutturci: stulti, inertes


nabo: rescendo nabat: natabat nanciscitur: potitus, inventus nare: natare

5 navarcus : navi magister navilia: loca in qua nabis educantur nando: natando naviter: strenue, stutiose, fortiter, ute-

liter Nazareus: sanctus

o1 nablum: quod Graece spalateriii nanctus: adeptus, inventus nant: natant

P. 174. navale proelium: natica pugna

nauta: nauta naus obsequens 15 navales res: ad nave pertinentis

navus: vigelans, celer, industriosus, celer

navit: strenuit agit napeus: navium magister navare: strenue officio facere

Glossaries. I69

20 nativum: genetivum navatoperat: datoperat natrix: serpens nat: natat natice: non est

25 nardum: pysticum nardum: fitelem, id est sine fraude narrat: nuntiat

P. 175. nectar: sapor vel odor sum- mae suavitatis, vel potio deorum et vitam

nectarius: odorifer 30 nebulo: latro, mendax

necopinans: nec sperans necessitudo: dilectio, amicidie nectere: inmittere nefas: scelus invitia

35 necromanticus: evocatur umbrarum, aut mortuorum divinatio

nenia as: vilissimas fabulas nequa: malus nequivit: non potuit nefastus: nefarius, nequissimus

40 P. 176. Neomenia: novellionium, Kalende

neophitus: novella plantatio neunt: colligunt nentes: fila torquentes nexus: nodus, ligatura

45 neutrum: nec illum nec hoc nepa: vipera necnon: sedet nevum: macula necne: vel non

50 nebris: corium cervi nectit: alligat nefastus: scelere pollutus nefarius: sceleratus negromantia: quotiens hanimam ab

inferis revocatur vel divinatio mon- strorum

55 P. 177. nequiquam: nec modicum nequeo: non possum ne quarta: crudelis in loquendo nequaqua: nullo modum nemus: silva

6o ne: ergo nepos: prodignus eversor neotrici: novicii, minores neuter: medius neve: ne forte

65 neque: non Nereis: nympha marina neerant: flaverant nempe: certe, utique nevet: filat

70 neto: torto nex: mors a necandi

P. 178. nectari: ocultorum frequen- tia aperiri

necti corax: noctua avis nenia: carmen funebre

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75 nepa: prius in sideribus nibarus. splenditus nictit: canis cum acute gannit nimbus: tempestas, pluvia cum ven-

tum nimboso: tempestuoso

80 nixe: munite nidor: splendor ninphaticus: arreptitius niveus: canditus ni: nisi, non

85 nidores: odores nis: nobis nimborum: nubium nidor: odor ninnarus: murio cuius uxor adulterat

et ipse tacet 90 P. 179. nititur: pugnat, conatur,

temptat nimpe: nonne, utique nisus: conatus nigelli: nigri nimirum: sine dubium, certe

95 Nicolaum: stultum nectura: genitura Nilicula: Aegyptius nimpha: virgo celestis vel numina nitens: incumbens et splenditus

0oo nitelle: nitores parvi niquid: nisi quid nympheum: silanum nisuper: proxime nimpha: dea aquarum

105 nixus: incumbens, curvus nitet: splendit, lucet

P. I8o. nosochomium: locum ve- nerabilem in quo infirmi homines curantur

nostratium: nostrorum nonnulli: aliquanti

IIO Noti: venti nothus: spurius de adulterium natus

vel incertus norat: sciebat nos satius: nil hominus, tanto magis noxa: culpa, peccati rea

I15 nocticula: luna noxius: nocens norma: mensura, regula noxius: tergiversatur nox umada: tempestas cum pluvia

120 non potative: non dubium nomencolatur: nomen officii num: numquid

P. I8I. nutu: voluntate nutatio: irae minatio

125 nuncupat: nomen vocat nuper: modo, ante tempus nutans: vacillans, pendens, titubans numen: potestas, magestas nugas: inutilis, vilis

130 nugacitas: vanitas, insania

nuit: annuit, promisit nurus: uxor filii nusciosus: qui plus vepere videt nutibus: gestibus

I35 numquis: numquid aliquis nummolarius: nummorum praeroga-

tur P. 182. numisma: nummi percussor,

id est donarius nundinationis: mercationis nundina: mercatum

140 nuberca: matrea id est matrima


obediens: dicto parens obsecunda: obtempora obitus: mors obiit: mortuus est

5 obeuntia: circumdantia obelo: linea obice : repelle obices: oppositionis obverto: in alia parte verto

Io obessus: pinguis carnibus obolum: dimidium, scripulum obici: repelli

P. I83. obici: rep obet: moritur

I5 obeundi: exequendi obicio: oppono ob: propter obest: contra est obans: gaudens

20 obiurgat: oppugna, castigat, increpat obdat: opponet, praeligat oblicus: non rectus vel transversus obliteratus: oblivione obscurum obliminat: limpidat

25 oblectat: dilectatione infundit oblata: offerta obliterat: oblita oblustrans: circumspiciens obliteratio: oblivio dilata

30 P. 184. obnixus: humiles, incum- bens

obnixius: subiectus obnixii: subditi, rei obnubet: obteget obnueret: obtexerat

35 obortis: subito ortis obsinatiomentis: duritia vel intentio obstipium: contrapositum obstupita: mente turbata obsolitatus: inquinatur

40 obstructum: preclusum obsecrat: deprecar, rogat obstinatus: disperatus, inrevocabilis,

obduratus obsilitus : sorditus

P. 185. obsecunda, obsequitur

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45 obscenum: fedessimum, turpem obsessus: circumdatus obtestatur: adiurat obtusa: praecessa obturpuit: infrigitavi, obstipuit

50 obtunsus: obcecatus, clusus obtundentes: abscondentes obticuit: ommutuit obtutus: aspectus inmubilis obvallatum: undique munitum

55 obluctor: contra luctor obnites: reluctans obnuit: operuit, obtexuit

P. i86. obnixe: intente obnuit: aperit

60 obnutus veste: circumdatus veste obnuto: obluto, obterito obnectere: conligare obstrepit: inpetit obsita: obtecta, circumdata

65 obsillagis: marsus obstat: contra dicit obstipum: oblicum, inaequalem obsunt: contra sunt obserat: claudit

70 obsessit: subripuit obsistit: obviat

P. 87. obturat' obcludit oppilat obstetrix obstetricis: que parturien-

tibus praeerant obtrunco: interficio

75 obtrectans: resistens obtundere: prohibere occipit: incipit obsistet: obviat occubuit: interiit, mortuus est

80 ocior: velocior occasus: finis occursat: sepius occurrit occulit: abscondit, occultat ocreas: tibialia

85 occipitium: posterior pars capitis occentare: contra cantare occulluit: occultavit

P. i88. odas: cantatio odeporicum: itinerarium viatorium

go odeum: a cantu ode: dicitur cantatio oe: conpellatio persone oeconomia: dispensatio oestrum, genus tavani quod boves ha-

bent 95 officium: obsequium, minnesterium

offa: pars frusti rotundu officit: obstat, nocet, tinguet olli: illi olus: olera

Ioo oletores: ortolani olfacere: odorare olim: aliquando, antiquitus olimat: limpidat olores: gigni

' 105 olitana: vetusta

olor: gigni olympum: caelum et nomen montis odas : cantatio

P. x89. olografum: totum praescrip- tum

IIo omelia: popularis tractatus, gre omnopere: omni virtute o : auguria ommitto: pretereo, dimitto omousion: unius substantia

115 omoeusion: similis substantia omentum: mappa ventris omen: quod homo somniatur, auspi-

cium, auguria maiora onera: sarcina onestum: graviosum

120 onix: gens marmoris ongriforum: lucta ferens onocrotolus: genus avis est quod facie

gerat asini nam stulta facie, sed ob- ducta grotalus dicitur

P. g90. onicinum: genus lapidis onustum: gravosum

125 opacus: umbrosus opem : auxilium opere precium: necessarium operiens: expectans oppedum: castrum vel civitas sine mu-

rus I30 oppetere: occumbere, mori

oppidanus: civis ex oppida nam oppi- daneus Latinum est, aput antiquus oppida dicta sunt quod opem dare

operit: celat, vetat opifex: operis factur, artifex opimus: fertilis, saginatus

I35 opitulatur: adiubatur opido: valde, vehementer, oportune,

omnino P. ir9. optimatus: optimarum ar-

tium auctor vel princeps opinor: existimo opter: propter

140 opinatores: existimatores opilio: minor pastorum pecorarius opobalsamum: lacrima balsami optio: electio, potestas, arbitrio opacant: obumbrant

145 oppetit: obiit opes: divitie operosa: ingentia certamina opessulatum: clavem obserratum opproprium: malum crimen

150 opima: ampla, magna opitulantia: suffragia oppidum: mansio sine curia vicina opiter: natus avo paternon vivo post

patris morte natus P. 192. opniparum: beatum, opu-

lentum I55 oppilat: obturat, obcludit

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opitis: genus marmoris opinatissimum: nominatissimum oportunus: necessarius opulentus: divis

I60 optigit: sorte evenit oro: rogo, peto orator: eloquens orditor: incipit ortus: natus

i65 orbitas: amissio filiorum oridurius: aspere loques oroma: visio somnii orbita: vistigia rotarum instrata oris: finibus regionis

170 P. 193. orsa: cepta, locuta oracula: responsa, precepta orba: sine parentibus orbatus: filiorum amittens ora: finis, vultus, et extrema vestis

175 oriundus: natus, ortus orei: regionum finis orgia: misteria secreta Ortosegia: dolus insula ortigo metrum: cuturnix

i80 ortho doxus: rictus gloriae ortigometra: coturnices orosscopus: circulus signorum oreagra: fuscinula gre.

P. 194. osanna: salvificat vel sul- vum facit

I85 ostentatum: monstratum ostentum: signum quod ostenditur osurum: oditurum os: orii osor: inimicus ab odio dictus

190 ostentat: ostendit os : ossis osus: odiosus oscine: aves quod cantando auspicia

faciunt ostentatura: ostensio insolita veluti

sifiant in nocte repentina lux


pasciscit: pactum facit pactum: decretum pacus: collegio curiae pabulator: pastor

5 phalax: acies militurn P. I95. pactio: conibentia

pactorium: plantatorium paganitius: ut cultus pagmat: desiterat

I0 pagus: possessio est ampla sed sine alique iure unde et paganos dicimus alienus a iure vel sacris constitutis

pagi: memoriis sine idolis pagmentes: desiderantes pauxillum: paulolum, modicum

palestra: exercitatio ubi athlete se ex- ercebant

I5 palmatus: coronatus paliurus: spina vel genus palatemas

secari carum cardi spinosi P. I96 left vacant P. I97. palpat: fovet, blanditur

palteum: murum, fastidium paululum: aliquantulum

20 Palea: dea qui pastores colebant palantes: fugientes in diviso palla: Minerva et amiot6 muliebri palmola: extrema pars navis palare : errare

25 pala: puplice, coram palabundi: errantes palmas: victorias pallantes : gaudentes paulisper: aliquantisper, paulatim

30 palutamenta: ornamenta (cf. p. 199) P. I98. parilitas: aequalitas

parma: scutum parvum parasituli: bucellatarii pacus: cupidus, abstinens

35 parastus: paratus inuria facere et pati parpata: copidus parasitus: qui iocos facit ut ventrem

impleat parumper: per parum paraclitum: consolatorem

40 pari: similem paradigma: similitudo, fabula parentia: oboedientia aperiendo parentat: umbris vel tumulis mortuo-

rum frequenter paret id est obsequi- tur aut minestrat P. I99. militum unde hii qui in pro-

vintia proficiscunt paludani vo- cantur

palpidat: temptat 45 palantur: vagantur

paralypuminon: relico, quod restat parsimonia: frugalitas, abstinentia,

parcitas parabula: similitudo parasceue: preparatio grec

50 parta: inventa parata: quesita parsurus: parciturus parumpendet: nihil iudicat parmucupula: medicamenti vinditur

55 parentalia: dies festi panorum particus: necutiatur ipse Paridis iudicium: quod in tres deos

P. 200. iononem, venerem, minerva Paris pastor damalo aureo iudi- cavit

parris: lapidis canditus pariliter: aequaliter

60 parricida: qui parentes uo occidit paracya: adiacens vel incolatus Pharisei: divisi, separati

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paradoxus: qui se ad gloria parat parce: exugue, continenter

65 parochia: adiacens id est didomus pantomimus: summus iocularis qui

omnes ludus novit panera: rapina pansa: aperta pantera: ritia

70 panicinum: genus vestis pantheus: quasi omnium deus deorum

P. 201. pandictes: omnia ferens et veterum et novorum testamento- rum

pangunt: disponunt carmina vel con- iungunt

Pan: ingibus 75 paniceum: roseum

panigerici: adolatores panseus: qui pedibus in diverso ten-

detibus alat pastoforium: atrium templi et sacra-

rium pastinantes: plantantes

80 patrius: paternus patibulum: crucis passio patula: aperta, expansa patera: fyala a patendo patravit: perfecit aut commisit

85 patologia: passionis ratio P. 202. Fratruus: frater patris

papiliones : tenturia modica patogomo: genus morbi pascha: transcensus

go patruiles: filii frater patruus magnus: frater avi paulus: mirabilis papilla: summa pars mammille placito: tranquillo

95 plausum: risum stultum platea: via spatiosa plastrografis: falsis scriptis plancus: pedibus latis plagiatores: seductores

Ioo plagat: mitigat, sedat plaustra: carra plagiarius: qui peculim aut manci-

pium alienum seducendum distrahit P. 203. plantasia: orto vel pom-

aria plaudete: iubilate

105 plaudit: manibus sonum facit placenta: dulcia plectitur: punitur, percutitur plebicula: amans civis plexus: percussus, truncatus

i o plerique: aliquanti plebescitat: plebem adloquitur pleades: stelle plectrum: percussorium cythare plerique: alicotiens

115 plebeiu: popularis ominis sine aliqua dignitate

P. 204. prefertat: preportat, ante la- tat

plethora: plenitudo prestigia: fallatia prestolat: expectat

120 prefata: antedicta presagus: prescius previligium: quod iure devetur et pri-

mus honor seu lex non poplica sed privata

presagium: signum quod antea deus postea venet

precordia: cor est 125 predignus: ante natus

pretervolo: volociter praetereor preconium: praedicatio alicuius rei

P. 205. et laus antecedens prerogativum: beneficium ante obla-

tum prelibabimus: aliqua contolimus, ali-

qua diximus I30 prqcelerat: antecedet

presagium: divinatio futurorum pre se tulit: plusquam oportuit tulit prqpedit: impedit prqpetes: aves quae volantes auspicia

faciunt I35 prepopere: inordinate et fistinanter

prescriptum: paesti tumi prqpos: percussor velox prq foribus: ante ostium prqstigiaverunt: ludificaverunt

140 P. 206. prqsidium: auxilium

preses: iudex a presidendo prqtenta: anteposita prqcavit: antecavit prelibundo: pregustando

145 prqtervehor: transnavigor pressant: sepe praecedunt prqdia: fundi, villae prevertitur: antecedit prqtexit: celat, coperit

15o prqvignus: filiaster praefatio: prae alocutio prestantior: melior praeterea: extra hec prqsul: princeps cuntis praepositis

155 P. 207. prediti: instructi, antepo- siti, potentes

prepes: aquila pretores: secundi sunt consolibus presertim: quam maxime preus: antecedens

I6o prqrogans: ante inpendens prqs: fede iussor prqpoperum: antea factum quod erat

postea faciendo prqlo: torcular prqcipitat: ab alto deicet

I65 precox: prematurus prqdes: fidi iussores prqlus: modicus

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174 Mlinton

prerepit: ante rapit P. 208. prepostera: perversa, in

posterum quod ante debuit 170 praestruxit: praeordinavit

precipuus: perpinguis praerogativa: excellentia meritorum prepollit: eminet, supersplendet prequoqua: celere maturans

175 praecipue: maxime, ante omnia praesidarius: auxilium praebens prerupto: elevato, alto preceps: festinus, temerarius praetestatus: infans qui de praetestato

patre nascitur I80 prepes: praevolans

prelati: antepositi prqpetibus: antepetentibus

P. 209. pectet: pectinat pecua: armenta et pecora

185 peculatus: qui pecunia puplica furat pecudiarius: pastor pecudes: oves pedor: odor gravis pedora: aurium sordes

I90 pedagogus: eroditor puerorum pellecti: inlecebrati, seducti pellexit: in fraude induxit pelica: concubina pellectum: suasum

195 Pelorum: promunturiorum pellax: pervera loques pegaso: homo iocularis

P. 210. pecuratus: ,habundan peco- ribus

peiera: falsum iurat 200 pelagu: carina, navigium amnicum

pecuosus: qui multa pecura habet pedatum: carcere pedidatus: propagato filiorum vel ne-

potum pedore: foedore

205 pelicet: inlicite circumvenit pellace: dolosu, mendace pellector: persuasor pellex: succuba, quae lo alterius nubet pelusit: distulit

210 peltat: scutum amagonicum parvum penum: cellarium, promtuaria penades: domus vel focus

P. 211. pendolus: elavatus penes arbitros: aput iudices

215 penula: lacerna, stola pendeo: fabeo, blandior pentamerum: versus quinque pedum penis: natura, pudenda penitralia: interiora, secreta

220 pedere: existimare penetrat: inrumpet intra, pertransit pene moti: cito egressi pentomen: circumcisio penuceo: rubeo

225 pene: prope, iuxta, secus

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pensio: praecii persulutio penate: imago pulcerrima pepulit: expulit, inpolit

P. 212. pepegit: pactuatus est 230 peplum: stola, vestis muliebris

pepo: melone peplus: vestis simplex qua Minerve

simulacrum velatum est pepones: melone pernix: agilis, velox, celer

235 perpetes: aves, volantes pernicibus: velocibus permulcit: lenit perpetimur: patimur peribulum: deambulatorium vel bilua

marina 240 percensit: considerat

peculit: perturbavit, adicit, percussit P. 2I3. perpetitur: patitur

perplexus: involutus, temidus pertemptat: perquiret

245 perstans: praeverans perduellio: rebellatur perpolit: coegit permotus: turbatus, excitatus percunctatur: perquiret, interrogat

250 perbabitur: decurrit perniciosus: a pernitendo qui dat ope-

ram, opera a perdendo aliquem et pernicies dicitur

permultatum: in omnium notitia inti- mata

perfunctorie: imaginarie, transitorie petros: agnoscens

255 pernicitas: velocitas P. 214. perpetrat: pe agit committit

perpesitius: qui frequenter aliquem patitur

perper: perpetuo peremptus: interfectus

260 persistet: perseverat perpende: perpensa, equat periti: docti perendie: pus cras perfunctus: transactus

265 perniciter: velociter perhibet: pernuntiat peresum: comestum pertulit: perturbavit, perstrabit perlustrat: pervidet

270 pergenuat: genibus pergit persum: deorsum precipitatum

P. 215. perimet: interficet percrebruit: personavit, puplicatus est perspicuum: manifestum, splenditum,

pulchrum 275 perfidus: qui fidem rupit semel

perfidiosus: qui semper peripsima: humillima atque subiecta perduellis: rebellionibus perosum: odiosum

280 pertinax: perseverans

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perfugium: locus refugii pervicax: valde verbosus, intentione

durus et contumax percitus: provocatus perpetim: prolixum, continuum

285 pernoscere: tractare percu]um: experimentum pereronia: per inrisione

P. 216. perdocilis: valde docilis perennis: aeternus

290 perlata: tolerata periscelide: crurum ornamenta aput

feminas percellet: pervertit, evellit perspicace: vigilant. . rem pertinacia: duritia

295 per ....: transitus peripsima: purgame ... m persulto: vocifero perfruitur: utitur pernox: pernoctans pervi.gelans

300 pertensum: tediosum, permodestum perfungitur: oficium unius complet peragrat: circuit, curat perstromata: tignina acubitus persuma: praecipita vel confecta

305 P. 217. perfluxum: dificile persentiscat: ex totum sentiat perpexa: perligata Pergamum: Illium et hili perpera: prave, perverse

310 persolla: persona minor pessum: violenter oppressum pessolum: clustellum pestilentia: interitum pestis: pernicies

315 petalum: area lammina tenuessima pia: religiosa piare: solvere piaculum: scelus et peccatum impie

commissum pignera: filiorum sunt

320 pilant: battunt confirmat P. 218. pitidine: id est prostituma-

tum pipa: vicitatus, qritat passer pituita: flegma piceo: nigro

325 piniculum: sfpongia pixides: vasa modica argentea vel lig- nea quas vulgus buxides dicunt piraticus: subaudiens ut carcer Philippus: os lampadarum pyrada: latro marinus

330 piabunt: placabunt piacula: placationis mortuorum pilo: asta rimana pilarius: sepulcra egyptiorum pinna: fastidium templi, muri

335 P. 219. Pyra: ara lignis altioribus conposita quae, cum adhunc non

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ardet, rogus dicitur, cum vero ar- de, pyra dicitur Greci pyr igne

pistrix: genus bystie mari piacularis: hostia quae offertur pro

peccatum pictae: quibus raduntur capita et te-

gunt se corium crudum pignora: creditoribus danter

340 privignus: filius uxoris alterius primilum: numerus militie primo pro-

batus pristinum: priorem, antiqua privat: subtrahit primor: prior

345 primores: priores privis: singulis, privatis

P. 220. pridiae: heri pospridie: odie primoperum: genus officii

350 priviligium: privata est lex quae ad te pertenet tantum

prisca: antiqua prima quies: primum somnum primignus: primogenitus pridem: antea, dudum

355 primordium: initium primivirgius: cavallarius quod prima

est militia ipsius in visgis poa: genus herbe ubi vestimenta la-

bantur polum: caelum poederes: sacerdotalis linea

360 pollulat: germinat P. 221. polluit: inquinavit

polenta: genus est liguminis pollinctus: ultimum honore affectus,

id est honoratus pollit: criscet

365 pollens: crescens, florens vige"s polinton: ubi kadavera ponuntur poema: carmen poeticum poenates: dii quasi domestici populatus: predatus, vastatus

370 poplites: genicula concavum portentum: signum futurarum adnun-

tius porrecta: undique extensa porro tenus: usque porro posteritas: propagatio filiorum

375 posthabita: postposita P. 222. postridie: cras

postulatius: petitor rogatarius poesi: materia totius carmi in qua po-

eta versatur potitur: frequenter utitur vel fruitur

380 potius: melius, magis pothochotropis: locus in quo pauperes

et infirmi homines pascuntur pomet: statuit pollicetur: promittitur pompulentus: pompa plenus

385 ponetergum: pos dorsum

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176 Aniolnto

pollinctores: qui mortuos sepelliunt popularitas: multitudo populi poples: geniculum generis masculini podix vel podice: facedenica id est anum

vel clumn 390 P. 223. porro: postea, utique

portendit: significavit, longe ante os- tendit

poetria: femina poeta postulat: petit postliminium: qui post captivitate

reversus iuraque admiserat recipit 395 pomarium: ubi poma ponuntur

pomerium: locus proximus mari poeticus: canticus potitus: adeptus, consecutus petior: fruor et potentior

400 potissimum: meliorem potiri: adipisci potor: bibutur pondo : libras xii

P. 224. prope: bene 405 probrum: turpitudo vel malum crimen

probrosum: turpia probitas: iustitia, bonitas problema: propositio proba: manifesta, optima provata

4I1 proci: petitores uxorum proculus: qui patre longius peregri-

nante nascitur procax: inportunus, inprobus procerum: altum pro longum procul: non longe

415 procas: qui post morte patris nascitur proclivi: facere parati proclientibtus: pro sociis

P. 225. proceritas: altitudo, longi- tudo

procella: tempestas, venti subitu 420 proceres: primati, nobilis

proclimna: adclina proclivio: humiando adcumbet proemium: prefatio prodigia: signa celestia mala pronun-

tia 425 prodi: exi

profecto: vere, nimis, aut sine dubio profana: pulluta, violata profligatus: perditus profatus: proloquitur

430 profundo: alto profitetur: praedicat, divulgat proles: filius, progenies

P. 226. prolapsus est: ruit proelium: pugna

435 prolemsis: preoccupatio cum antea fit quod post te debuit

promis: promisit: foras produxit promulgatum: pupligatum progatia: temeritas, audatia

440 procul dubium: sine dubium

procrastinat: differit prodicus: nimis largus, devorat prodigiosus: astrologus profusus: largus

445 proficiscitur: vadit P. 227. profanus: qui sacrum pol-

luit alienisano profugus: longe fugatus, exul profectus: egressus proflixit: prostravit

450 profluit: multum fluit prolixa: longa promunt, proferunt proletarius: milis capite census, milis

inutilis bello relictus promit: ostendit, loquitur promulgare: foras praeferre, restatu-

ere 455 promeritus: bene meritus

promunturium: eminens mons in mare promsit: locutus est pronuba: para nympha

P. 228. pronus: incurvus, humilis 460 pronepus: filius nepotis

propheta: predicatur propius: propinquuus propendens: eminens pro matertera: soror aviae

465 pronus: inclinus properum: proximum propulat: valde puplice prona: inclina propono ordino

470 pro nefari: plusquam inlicitum propago: linia, origo, extensio propatruus: frater pravie prore: prout res exegit

P. 229. properat: fistinat 475 propensius:

prorigitur: ante erigitur prosapia: origo, generatio propere: prope, celeriter prostituta: meretrix

480 prosa: prior pars navis prorsus: specialiter, certe prospecians: prospiciens prosiquitur: verbis profitetur propitiatio: misericordia

P. 230 left vacant 485 P. 231. proscriptio: bonorum ad-

missio proritat: ad ira provocat protinus: mox, continuo, statim protilat: prolongat prosa: verba sine metro

490 proveor: transporto prostituun: proponunt pronas: carbones vivi prosilitus: adiunctitius de aliena gente prosperitas: filicitas

495 prosperare: recte agere prospice: in ante aspice proto plaustum: primum plasmatum

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protervus: supervus, inrevocabilis, vi- tiosus P. 232. provexit: in maius levavit

500 prudens: providens promtuaria: cellaria puniatur: uccitatur puplites: genua suffraginis pubat: crescit, incrementa

505 puberes: adulti iuvenis pubetenus: usque ad inguina pubertas: aduliscentia pubescentes: gene barbamittentes pube: virilia, verenda

510 pubiscit: barbis et testes pudicus: castus pudor: verecundia

P. 233. pugillare: tabulam pugillum: pugno

515 pulvinar: locus ubi stat vastant pululat: germinat, oritor puerperium: cum puer inascitur puerpera: mulier quae primo parto

puero parit pullum: nigrum

520 pugiles: certatores pugio: gladius parvus pudicitia: castitas, integritas pugna: certamen pulvinaria: are mortuorum

525 puerperum: primo genito putamen: testa de ovo

Q. P. 234. quatio: concutio

quatinus: qua ratione et qualiter quandam: aliquam quassatum: confrat ? ?

5 quandoquidem: tunc omnino quantocius: quam citius, celerius quantolum: modicum quadrifium: quadrifarie fissum quamquam: quamvis

Io queso: rogo quaestuarii: mercennarii quaerella: culpe accusatio quaerito: sepius rogo quaestum: lucrum, aquesitio

I5 questio: disceptatio difficilis, explica- tio, examinatio P. 235. quaestus est: accusavit

quaestor: iudex ad requirendo querolus: frequenter querellas ferens

et acusatur queverint: poterint

20 questuaria: qui quaestucocorpiris vi- vit

quemquam: aliquem quemcumque: quempia quemadmodum: quomodo, sicut queo: valeo, posso

25 quendam: aliquem, quempiam quempia: quemcumque queror: iniurias meas iudico questor: consiliarius et qui pecunia

puplica prerogant queun: possunt

30 P. 236. quibi: potui consensi quidnam: aliquid et quid quidve: vel quid quin immo: magis aetiam vel potius quispiam: aliquis

35 qui sciam: unde sciam quiete: silentium quiquantus: quam magnus quin aetiam: si aetiam magis aemagis quid stuit: quid cogitat

40 quinam: qui vero quidni: hoc magis et quare non quiddam: modicum aliquid quinni: etiam, adverbium fermandi quiverunt: potuerunt

45 P. 237. quisquilias: paleas minutis- simas

quippe: re vera, sine dubium quippiam: aliquid modicum quisitor: iudex quirites: populus Romanus

50 quies: pax, silentium Quirinus: Romulus quousque: quamdiu quondam: olim quopiam: alicubi

55 quo numine: qua potestatem quorsum: in qua parte quodpiam: quoddam quonam : aliquo quoque: dinuo

60 quominus: aliter quorundam: aliquorum

P. 238. quocirca: quapropter quodam: quocumque quoquam: ubicumque

65 quorsus: qua ratione qo modo


ratum: certum, firmum, validum ratus: arbitratus rates: naves ramnum: genus herbe spinose

5 racemum: butrionem, uvam rapacem: violentum raptim: cursim, subito randum: arbitrandum raptati: tracti, separati

o rapidus: velox rabies: furor, insania

P. 239. rabula: rabidam Rama: excelsa rancor: in via dolor

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Rabbi: magister syje6 radiatus: inluminatus ramen: pulvis qui raditur de aliqua

spetie randus: velox, celex

20 radicitus: funditus Ramensis: tribus a Romolo constituta Racha: inanis, vacuus, vanus rastri: ligones rava: rauca vel clausa

25 rabitere: redire radiat: splendit

P. 240. redemitus: coronatus, orna- tus

reticuit: tacuit ridimicula: retinacula

30 redivivum: avetustate renovatus redarguit: convincit et de re arguit redibet: inpensa sibi gratia rediet redigitur: revocatur redactus: perductus

35 redolet: bene olet redibutionem: retributione reductum: retroductum rediviva: renascentia redamat: amantes et mutuo diligentes

40 reduvias: reliquias reducus: salvus, incolumis, reversus

P. 241. redintegrat: integrum re- stituit

recludit: aperiter, recludit recensat: recitat, recognuscit

45 recubat: adcumbet reciprocat: reconsiderat, vel reddit vi-

cem reica: metri genus refello: recuso, redarguo, dissolvo refertum : repletoum

50 refectus: plenus referrerunt: repleverunt refoculat: recreat religio : sanctitas refricat: renovat

55 refulget: resplendit refutat: repudiat, respuit refragatur: adversatur

P. 242. refello : convinco referciunt: inplent

.60 refuga: apostata refert: revocat, reddit regificum: regale regimen: guvernatione religiositas: sanctimonia, pietas

65 relatum: reportatum relativum: dum unus nominatur, alius

demonstratur regerit: reportat regessit: evomuit regius : regalis

70 reminiscor: recordor remur: arbitramur remeat: regreditur

P. 243. remilus: repando remugit: clamat

75 remotiora: secretiora remulcunt: cum scava nave dicunt renitet: res sp]endit remes: remigatur reor: arbitror

80 remittentibus: resistentibus renidit: redolet rebare: arbitrare rebellio: qui per pacem integrat bel-

lum rebamini: arbitramini

85 reboat: resonat rere: arbitrare, suspicare repatriat: reddit ad sua

P. 244. reppedat: redit, remeat repentinus: subitaneus

90 repente: subito repacula: receptiacula reppeit: invenit repunt: serpunt repens: natans, subtraens se

95 reserat: aperit resides: odiosi repedat: revertitur respuo: contempno, refuto resignat: re: signat, aperit

Ioo reses: odiosus respectant: recogitant resipisco: in integro spiritum redeo

P. 245. resiscere: cognuscere respectat: respicet

105 resibunt: reluctant resipiscens: recolens respexit: deorsum vel retro vidi resultant: resiliunt restantia: residua

Io resurrectio: restitutio resultatio: reluctatio restagnat: redundat, abundat residis: requies, odiosa reslit: dissit condisire

I115 reticuit: tacuit reticiscit: ad intellectum redit

P. 246. redarguet: convincit retentant: retinet reticulata: cancellata

120 retubans: iacens retexit: resolvit, replecat retrudit: recludit retundit: repercudit retribuit: reddedit

I25 reuma: revolutio gurgitis revehit: reportat reverens: honorificus revelat: aperit, demonstrat revinxit: postergum ligavit

130 revisam: reppedam revocat: reducit

P. 247. reus: a re dicitur quasi qui rem tenet vel culpabilis

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reviso: repeto, recognusco revulsit: retraxit, eradicavit

135 revicta: reportata rictus: patefacti oris rigor: duritia inflexibilis rigibant: rigidi durique erant rinae: iuncture

I40 ringitur: irascitur, indignatur rimas: fissura rimare: inquirere, scrutare rivales: qui unam diligunt meretricem

tamquam adunum rivum corentem P. 248. ridicularius: risorius

145 rigidus: fortis, inmobilis rigit: frigit rigare: dirigire rimis: iunturi stabularum ritus: cultus et consuetudo

150 rite: recte, consuete rinoceron: animal est in Nilo flumine

cornu in nasu habens robor: virtus, fortitudo roborat: confirmat robus: lignum spinosum

155 robustus: firmus, fortis rogitat: sepius rogat ravigo: gelum origo

P. 249. rogum: pirum rogis: flammis

I6o rogitans: postulans Roma: virtus Romani: sublimis Romolite: Romani rostrum: pecurum est et os hominum

I65 rostra: pectora navium rosca: pulcra roscidum: humidum ronannis: mills qui primo in bello

pugna comitit rubro: rubeo flabum

170 rubore: confusione rufus: rubeus ruvigo : gelum vel rugo messiunm

P. 250. rudia: nova rudem: novum

I75 rudentes: funes velorum in nave rudimenta: initia, infantia rudera: stercora ruma: mamma at pugna ruminat: diligenter recog'tat

I80 rupea: saxosa ruditus: asini clamor rumigerolus: potitor omoris rumphea: gladius rumusculus: rumor brevis

I85 rupes: saxa ingentia rupra: ex utraque parte cavato rutilum: splenditum, crispum

P. 251. rursus: iterum, dinuo rurigna: ruri nato

190 rus : pacus, ager durus rusticus: rus colens

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rustu: vi et fama rura: agri, villq incuzti ruralem: terrenum

I95 rues: ruina rues: ruina ruscus: spina longa iuncus habentes rutilat: fulgit roseo colore Rutili: gens q sub Turno pugnarunt

200 rura: agri izncuti


Sacer: sanctus P. 252. sacramenta: mysteria

sacra famis: execranda cupitidas sacrilegus: sacrorum violator

5 sabiat: basiat salamandra: hanimal quoddam in ig-

nibus vivens salebrosus: asper salebra: loca lotosa salpinta: tubicinatur

o1 sacra: consecrata, divina sacax: velox scitus an invistigandum saccella: loca sacra sabiatur: osculatur saburra: arena id est onus quod vacuas

nabes stabelliuntur 15 P. 253. sales: orbanitas

salum: mare (rasura) : sanus saltim: videlicit, nunc salebra: loca coltuosa

20 saltus: locus incoltus, silvester salvete: salvi estote Salentinus: Calabriensis sambucistra: qui in cythara rustica

canit sambucus: saltatur

25 sambuce: genus symphoniarum in musicis

sancit: purificat saniem: corruptionem sanguinis

P. 254. sanctum: divinum, coltum, consecratum

sanxit: definivit, deiudicavit 30 sane: certe

sandaraca: auri pigmentus mundus sandapila: ubi portantur gladiatoris sabbatum: requies sapabapipa: quasi dulco acitum vino

35 sarga: non idoneus cuius libeartis sarissa: genus teli Macidonici sarabara: linon, Persa braca sarctum: coniuntum sat: sufficit

40 sat agit: festinat sata: seminata satius: melius

P. 255. Satan: adversarius, trans- gressor

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satrapae: perfecti Persarum 45 saures: surices

satellitium: satellita turma Saturnia: Italia a rege Saturno dicta satest: satis est sator: seminatur

50 satum: modium semis satellites: sotii latronum et regni

comites sautius: vulneratus satillis : minester scelerum satio: messis

55 Saducei: iusteficati Sabaoth: exercituum sive vertutum

P. 256. Saulus: temptatio vel scu- ritas

Samarite: custodes scandit: aperit, ascendit

6o scadit: bullit scatens: bulliens scaturrit: ebullit scabrum: asperum scabum: summitas, cacumen

65 squalet: sordet scabrosus: asper scatebre: cesterne, paludes vel aqua-

rum bullitiones Scariothes: memoria domini et memo-

ria mortis hoc numine appellatum est iuda vico in quo natus est P. 257. Scaurus: cuius calex ex-

trensicus eminet pede intortos 70 squalor: inquinatio

sicominus: sin autem, quo si non spatiatur: deambulat scafa: navicula modica stater: nummus est pensa untia'l'

75 strages: muZtitudo kadaverum in bello vel mo lesi congeries

statim: mox, confestim strangulat : susfugat stadium: passus cxxv stragula: varia

80 stadiodromus: stadiorum cursus P. 258. status: statura

statuet: censit stagnum: lacum secta: institutio

85 secernet: separat secunda: prospera, propitia seclusam : separata secordis: stultus, fatuus secubo: secedo

go secretus: separatus, occultus sedulus: freques, asiduus sectamur: sequimur, immitamur secus: aliter et prope secus quam: quam aliter

95 P. 259. sectans: exercens sector: usurpatur secelet: untiae pondus est sedulus: freques, asiduus

sedicio: disceptatio Ioo segmenta: quod e sectura serre ca-

dent sedolitas: asiduitas sedat: mitigat secrinat : secretum facit semicinctum: quod dimidium cingat

105 semivero: effeminato senta: sordida sentetia: firma et indubitata sepsit: circumdedit

P. 260. serre: unde ianue muniun- tur

Iro sexus: natura semenstria: liber in quo actiones sex

mensuum continetur scelestus: sceleris adinventus sceleratus: qui sceleris pena patitur scevus: sinester

115 scema: imago sceva: prava, sinestra scevitas: pravitas scerpus: iuncus unde calamauci fiunt sceptrum: virga regalis

I20 scena: ludus mimicus in theatro scemata: arena ubi athlete luctantur

P. 261. scenophygia: templi fabri- catio et cum tabernacula figitur mense septembro

serta: corona ex floribus serenus: clarus, laetus

125 serit: seminat, dicit seria: molestia gravis sero: darde seu: sive serva: ancilla

130 semivivus: medius vivus seruit: seminavit, dixit severitas: integritas iudicu severus : modestus, distrectus sevenites: lapi praecisus cuius candor

cum luna adqui minuere cernitur 135 P. 262. septimontium: dies certus

urbis Rome qua super septemon- tes sedet

semisitium: semigladium vel dimidq spate

semoti: separati seorsum: divisum, separatum senium: senectute

140 sensim: paulatim, modice sentes: spinae sententiosus: integre iudicans seponit: sequestrat series: ordo, tenor

145 sequester: suspectur pignoris serpit: invalescit, crescit seminarium: semen sertor: cultor

P. 263. semiermis : medius armatus 150 serpit: natat, penetrat

segnis: hebes, negligens

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sevet: furet sevitia: iracundia seviter: crudeliter

I55 severitas: integritas iudicii, districtio et rigor animi

serius: tardius semicem: prope mortuum serra: eo quod secatur sescupula: et summa capitis et dimi-

dia summe I60 semiustum: medium ustum

specimen: figura, similitudo speculatur: inspector speciales: singularis, spetiales

P. 264. speluncis: concavis saxis I65 spera: pila ingens

speltum: telum, missele specularia: loca alta unde adtenditur specu: spelunca spretus; contemptus

170 Spertheus: fluvius Thesaliae [Spechius in margine]

specialiter: evidenter, omnino strenuus: efficax, fortis stelionatus: dicitur quando una res

duobus vinditur strepito: tumulto

175 stemata: ornamenta regalia vel nubili- tas

Stephanus: norma vestra stephanus: coronatus sibola: collectio numerorum

P. 265. sicili: sudorum i8o sica: genus gladii parvi

sidus: stella augurialis vel proprie tempestas

sicophanta: inpostorem sicine: taliter Sicania: Sicilia a SI

185 sicarius: gladiatur c siccum: serenum N Sicaonium: Siciliensi o sidera: stillae E sidonia: clamide syrial

9go signifer: qui signum portat in bello sicera: omnes codif ligoris convinum

imitantur et enibriat sed proprie est .z7UO b

ligor ad bivendum suavem qui ex dactalis expremitur P. 266. signa: indicia

signities : darditas, pigritie signanter: evidenter

195 sigilla: minora signa signes: dardus, piger signius: tardius, negligentius signitia: pegritia silurus: genus picis

200 silogismus: collectio sermonum siliqua: follicolus liguminis silet: tacet silentes: tacentes

silenter: tacite, latenter 205 syllaba: conprehensio litterarum vel

vocabula P. 267. silanus: tubus

simolat: fingit simulacrum: efigies, imago simultates: rixe content'ones

210 simulata: fincta simultas: dolus, lis occulta simulatur: qui aliud loquitur, aliud

cogitat sin: si non, sic sinodus: congregatium senum

2I5 sinonima: pluri numina quq multis vocabulis unam rem significat

singultum: subglutium P. 268. symbulum: obtima conlatio

vel pactum quod cum deo fit sin: portus sinphito: sp'u caloris vite. grec

220 sine: dimette sinagoga: conventus singulatim: per singulas vices singraphum: cautiosus scriptio sinistrum: contrarium

225 sinaxin: solempnia sinciput: dimidium caput Sirtes: vada saxosa siromace: gladium

P. 269. Sirio: stella estuales 230 sistrum: insigne sacerdotum

sistit: statuit situs: positio, ordinatio sion: specula siticolosus: qui semper sitit

235 Simon: pene merore vel obediens scivit: sententia dedit scribula: epistula scilicet: re vera, sine dubio scisma: divisio, separatio

240 Scille: saxa latentia in mare sciniphes: culicum genus aculeis per-

mulestum P. 270. scitum: populi decretum

scidit: dividit scinis: tabernacula

245 sciscitatur: interrogat scriba: legis peritus spiris: nodis quibus elegant serpentes spicularius: lanciarius spicula: iacula

250 spicolum: caput sagitte spirabile: per quod spiratur spiravere: oluerant stigma: poena stigia: infernalia

255 P. 271. stigmata: poena stiga: tunica stilus: de quo scribitur elogium trac-

toris stridor: sonus asper stimma stimata: genealogia

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260 stipante: spissante stipolatores: iudicatores stipulatus: testeficatus stipatus: multitudine circumdatus stipendia: munera censum

265 stirps: propaco, prosapia stipem: quod de parvo in summa col-

liget sive mendicans P. 272. stiria: stillicidia celata

stivio: tinctura Stix: palus aput inferos

270 stino: de isto loco stimolus: compunctio, instigatio stimulat: incitat, admovet stipat: congerit, conponit stipante caterva: conpremente multi-

tudine 275 stipis: truncus

stipendinm: fructum laboris, anonam stimulatio: promissio stiba: manubrium aratri stricto pungione: evaginato glatio

280 P. 273. stirania: non longe socors: stultus, negligens socer: patris uxoris socrus: mater uxoris socordia: stultitia

285 subrinus: patrui magnus filius Socrates: primus fylosophorum sollers: astutus, vigilans sollicitat: suadit solatur: consulatur

290 solidat: firmat solidudo: heremus solemnitas- religiosa sollicitudo

P. 274. sol ruit: sol occidit solium: sella regia

295 solitus: consuetus sollertia: astudia sospis: salvus solamen: solatium solum: terra, pavimentum

300 solido: forti sordere: vilescere solensa: sacrificia annua et festa so-

lida sontes: nocentes solocysmus: flexuosa et tortuosa con-

clusio 305 sons: nocens

sonipes: equus pedibus sonans sonoras: voces graviter sonantes

P. 275. sopitus: extinctus et somno gravatus

sopire: conpescere 310 sopit: quiescere facit, finit

sconna: sponsa scortum: meretrix sodalitas: amicidia sodales: socii latronum et amici

315 spondit: promittit sponte: voluntate, ultro

spolia: quq occiso hoste tollitur sponsor: promissor sporca: ignominiosa, inmunda

320 stolidus: stultus P. 276. storiographus: storie con-

scriptur stolediosus: odiosus stropha: praeversio fraos inpost Stoici: philosophi severissimi

325 stronopharius: inpostor stola: genus vestimenti candida sublimis: altus subnixa: subiecta, supposita subrigens: erigens

330 subpromit: abscondit, occultat subnixi: circumdati subtrectatur: substituitur subiecit: humiliavit

P. 277. suboles: progenies, filii 335 subulcus: pastor porcorum

subsannat: inridet substituit: in loco decedentis consti-

tuit sub sudo: sub caelo sub pectore: in animo

340 sublatum: raptum subsedet: sucedendo possedit vel pau-

lolum sedit sublimior: altior subrigit: subsistit subparent: supplent, parent

345 substetit: paulolum stetit subtexsunt: opponunt

P. 278. subnixius: humilius sub visibus: prae oculis subegit: subdedit, devicet

350 subsidia: auxilia subsicibus: subsequentibus subnectens: subligans subtemine : trama subicet: suppone

355 sublimatus: honore exaltatus subnixus: auxilio instructus subeo: ascendo subfascinatum: succinctum, harmatum subcenturatus: adiunctus

360 subtexere: obscuravere sublustru P.279. sublimitas: altitudo, excel-

lentia subantes: lividinantes subdicione: sub potestate subsicius: malus vel praesubdolus

365 subrepsit: intercepit subripuit: fraudolenter tolit substantia: facultas, natura subvectat: supportat submissi: supplices

370 subequilibra: sub iusta mensura sublapsa: diminuta subtrecta: inclinata subrige caput: humiliate sublegit: subtrahit, collegit

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375 P. 280. subsistentia: uniuscuiusque persona

subrogatus: substitus, sortitus succedit: intravit sucerda: stercus uvile sudum: serenum caelum

380 suellas: porcinas suetus: consuetus suere: consuete cosire scrutus: lucis duritia scrutat: discutit, inquirit

385 scurrilitas: garrolitas scrupeq: saxa aspera scupulum: saxum prominens scrupulatur: sollicitatur

P. 281. sudes: tetiones, pali 390 sues: porci

suescit: consuescit suffusio: vulnerato suffultus: munitus sufstagium: auxilium, patrocinium

395 suffragatur: auxiliatur suffraginatus: percisus cruribus suffectus: substitutus cum decedentes suffecet: subminestrat scrupolo: dubitatione

400 scrutenium: examinatio scrursula: puplicus inpostor scurra: vaniloquax

P. 282. scrupulosa: suspecta sugilat: suffucat

405 sugerit: subministrat sugillare: strangullare sutor: cultor sumo tenus: usque summo summum: postremum, novissimum

410 suppremum: ultimum superstitiosus: falsus, religiosus superus: summus supercilium: typum superviq supplet: conplet

415 superaria: vestis quae superinduitur P. 283. superbus: contumax

sumptuarius: qui erogat sumptus suum opere

supellectile: res mobilis superstitio: superflua institutio

420 supervacuus: non necessarius suprestis: supervivens filius supplex: submissus, rogans suppremi: occultarium extremi suppet: suppetita, subministra

425 supplosa: exclusa suppeo: rogo in animo spurius: meretricius spurus: qui ex matrem nubilem et

patre infimum nascit P. 284. spurticia: inmundicia

430 summa: quantitas pecunie summatim: paulatim suavum: oscolum luxuriosum sura: posterior pars tibie

susurrat: murmurat 435 sustentant: nutriunt

sustulit: segregavit, rursu tolit suscepit: veneratur suspicienter: venerabiliter suspice: surso aspice

440 sus: porcus suscenset: irascitur, detrahit, increpat

vel culpat P. 285. suspis: sanus, incolomis

suspensi: dubitantes susurrio: sententiosus, bilinguis

445 suspiciendo: surso aspiciendo suspectant: aspiciunt sustentant: nutrit sutor: calicarius sunto: sint

450 sutores: pelliu sarsores stupeant: mirentur stuprum: fornicatio studio: disciplina struet: congestio lignorum

455 struices: constructi conpagicati P. 286. Syrtes: loca arenosa in mari

suovetaurealia: sacra sunt de trebus animalibus de sue ove tauro


tabitudo: putrido tabentes: languentes tagax: foruncolus talionum: retributionum

5 talami: cubiculi taria: calciamenta taxat: tangit, nominat taxator: aestimator tantisper: interim

10 tantotius: tanto velociu talentu: centum pondus auri idest pon-

dus lxii id est xxii P. 287. tantane: tanta ergo

tabo: sanguine corrupto tabe: morbum

15 tacmata: curia seu chorus talio: eiusdem pene ratio vel vicissi-

tudo taura: sterelis talatrus: colaphus tautologia: repetitio sermonis bis vel

ter 20 Tartharum: infernum

taxatio: nominatio tantundem: aliquando, demum trabica: carina tuba transtres: tabulq in nave ubi rimiges

sedent 25 P. 288. tramite: via, semita trans-

versa trapete: mol olivarum tragula: teligenus quo mittitur

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trasena: teculaperta qua lumen venit trancillus: placitus

30 trabes: vestis senatorea porporea trages: sagitiarii primi tragum: genus frumenti tracopis: ut supra frum teges: coopertorium

35 tedet: penitet et tetiupatitur tegmen: velamen telum: sagitta

P. 289. tellus: terra telluerunt: genuerunt

40 tegetes: cooperturia tedae: faces nuptiales telonium: quasi omnium litorum fis-

calis ductor tela: arma tellitus: festivitas

45 tempestivum: oportunum temere: audaciter temulentus: vinolentus temetum: vinum temerarius: praesumptor

50 P. 290. Tempe: silvae tempsit: contempsit tenus: usque tensa: genus veicoli tentoria: papilionis

55 tenax: avarus, perseverans tenuis: gracilis tenor: mensura, ordo tenacitas: continentia theoria: consideratio

6o thesicure: mura quinta thesaurum: pecunie depositum theusebia: sapientia

P. 291. Theophilum: quem deus diligit

temerator: litigatur, violator 65 terribilis: metuendus

teretri: trunci, rudundi terretus: turbatus tergeminam: triplicem terret: pisat terendo pede

70 tergiversare: fugire et dicta mutare terrigine: gigantes tergus: tergora, pelles et coria terminalia: dies festi pertinentes ad

terminum quem deum potaverunt Romani P. 292. terminus: finis

75 terrivola: formidolosus terebrat: pertundit, forat terretigima: rotunda gemma terrificus: terrorem faciens terret: confundit, terrorem incudit

80 teredo: vermis in ligno terestrum: mavurtium quod mulieres

Arabiae utuntur trepudiat: gaudium exultat tresoli: triduum tremulum: crispum

Varren, [I884.

85 trenis: temptatio P. 293. testamentum: pactum

testa: vasa fictilia et caput tesqua: deserta, aspera testator: testibus praesentibus loqui-

tur go testinum: oportunum

testudo: densitas ramorum et coniunc- tio scutorum

tessarius: qui bellum nuntiat tesus: odiosus tetrum: obscurum

95 Teutoni: Cymbri, Galli textrinum: locus ubi nabis fabricantur

P. 294. tetrarches: quarta partem regni tenentes

tetricus: obscurus tetitini . . genui . .. abui

oo00 Teucri: Troiani Tyarus: chorus liberi patris thisum: sacra thyara: galea persica et pilleum frigio-

rum Thytis: mare

o05 thiasis: laudes virginum tybia: symphonia typus: similitudo, figura typice: figuraliter tyro: ignarus, novus

IIo P. 295. Tybris: tiberis a tubro rege Tybon: insula minor ubi omnium ge-

nerum arboru folia numqua deficiunt tybicines: abies continens, vel qui tybia

canunt tyrocinia: initia, rudimenta typhe: stulta superbia id est secta

115 Tyrii: Cartaginenses et ipsi qui Tyro habitant

Titan: sol Tinia: luna Titantes: principis

P. 296. titulus: nota, indicium 120 Tisifon: nomen furie

titubat: dubitat, vacillat titulat: signat tritavus: proavus triarcus: navigans

I25 tribuli: genus spinarum triumphum: victoria trinepus: pro nepus nepotis generatio triumphatum: devicto tripodis: mensae cum III pedes

I30 Trinacria: Sicilia insula dicta eo quod III acra abeat de promunturia picin- num, pelon, lilybeum P. 297. trieres magna: de qua in Esaia no transivit per earn

trieres: navis magna quas Greci dulcones vocant

tribus: populi divisio Trivia: Diana et Luna

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Triton: homo marinus, medius pescis Tritonia: Minerva Trinacria pubes: Siculi iuvenes Triarum: partitores signorum

I40 tripertiti: tribus erogat trifauci: qui trea capita habet triboles: curiales triari: tervo loco in exercito trifarium: tripertitum

145 trifaria: est tribus partibus divisum P. 298. thomen: sectionem id est

que dividi potest tholum: signum rodundum q super

culmen domus ponitur thronus: sedis tholum: fastidium templi rotundi

x50 thorvus: 4intento vehementi vultu thoracium: ornatus mimicus thomus: divisio tholes: merhbra sunt circa uva tomix: vestes leviter torta

155 torris: fusus torrens: flubius et pluvia torpescit: frigiscit, stopiscit

P. 299. toga praetexta: quae in se- nato induitur

torrent: siccant, tostant I6o torpet: stopet, languint

torpor: stupor animi vel corporis torus: lectus corporis toreomata: vasa tornatilia todidem: tanti

I65 torale: pectorale toilet: exaltat tostum: tumulum et quoadunatio terre

aut lapidum torax: lurica tori: lacertibus bachiorum

170 toregma: tornatura torita: velox et sicca

P. 300. torace: pectus turpdus: stopidus tollit: delet, extinguit

I75 trophea: signum victoriq tropologia: morales et intellegentia Troas: Troiani trossoli: aequides Romani cum equis

puplicis trocus: rota ludentium

I8o tropus: mensura dictionis et sonus tropice: moraliter tuba: bucinum tublia: media vel rega tuetur: custodit

I85 tuitio: defensaculum P. 301. tutela: procuratio, defensio

tum: tunc demum um postea turabulum: tymia materium turma: certus numerus hominum

190 turbitus: iratus, perturbatus tuitur: intuitur turbine: tempesta nigra ventorum

turificatus: purgatus tucellaria: maleficia quae super tegula

faciufi I95 tunditur: ververatur

tumulus: sepulcri dicuntur prop.. rte raeco ngeriem

tubicines: qui tuba canunt tubera: genus cibi quasi fungi qui sub

terra inveniuntur P. 302. tuta: secura, munita

200 tuitus: misertus tugurium: ospicium modico teia turbo: vertigo et impetus venti tumidus: superbus, iratus turgit: tomit, inflatur

205 turbulentus: obscurus trutina: sixtera truculentus: ferox, inimicus truges: gentilis, asper trutinat: perpensat, perpendit

21o trux: crudelis 'trucidat: interficit truncus: sine capite

P. 303. trudit: inpingit, recludit truditur: in costudia inpellitur

U, V.

vadet: concudit vexat: movit vabulum: favae corium vacillat: titubat

5 vademonia: iudicia e fideiussionis vel sponsionis

vadatur: litigat vadite: ambulate vada: terra et mari vades: fide iussoris

o0 vada dura: saxa dura vaprum: varium

P. 304. vagitus: ploratus vagetatur: videnter plangit vaius: qui genibus iunctis ambulat

15 vallata: circumdata valetuderius: qui frequenter egrotat valvas: ianuas, fenestras vallas: palus acutus vallum: fossatum circa murum

20 valens: potens, vigens valdus: firmus validant: sani sunt vacurrit: per otio vacatur varice: vitia qdda pedu stando nas-

cuntur 25 vates: divini et prophetq

P. 305. vastat, praedat vastitas: magnitudo, amplitudo vafer: callidus, asper vafre: inaequaliter

30 vatus: tortis pedibus vastat: magna, grandia

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vascaudes: congas ereas vecors: minus habens cordis veranus: minus sanus

35 vecordia: stultitia vectitat: frequenter portat vectigalia: a vehendo mercibus dicta

omnium quae negutiatorum solu- tionis

velificat: navigat P. 306. vellunt: eradicant

40 vellera: vestes ovium linose veiculum: iumentum, carrum vel om-

nem quod a portandum utilem est vehit: portat venustus: pulcher veneunt: vendunt

45 vectus: portatus vectigal: tributum de capite velant: tegunt veluti: quasi vellum: populum

50 vegetus: incolomis, sanus vehementer: velociter

P. 307. venum: vinditio veneo: vendor veneficia: maleficia

55 venustri: campani veneratur: honorat veniet: vendedit venificus: venenarius hervarius venditatibus: venale offerentibus

60 venenatus: qui venenum accepit versat: cogitat, mutat versutus: astutus, controversiosus vernat: floret vernaculus: servus in domo natus

65 versatile: tornatile, voluvile P. 308. vertigo: aquae revolutio

verrunt: supertrahunt, aufert vel sco- pant

verbene: frondes verberat: cedit, flagellat

70 vereor: timeo verrunt vestiunt vergit: declinat vernacula: ancella domestica veretrum: pertusorium

75 verisimile: veritati simile verpus: circumcisus veridicus: veri dicens versibilis: callide artificiosus vertix: summitas capitis et cacumen

montis 80 P. 309. veternum: antiquum, vetus-

tum veterator: inpostor vernum: prima vir vervotinus: sicut dicut ubertas: habundantia

85 ubertim: abundanter vesperago: stilla uberes: pinguis

vescetur: manducat vestibolum: ingressum et prima pars

domi go vexillum: signum militare

viaca: vehimentia vibrare: asta intorquere, militare vibrat: fulgit, crispat, diriget victimo: immolo

95 victima: ostia P. 310. vicissim: alternatim, mutuo

vicissitur: conpensatur victus: superatus videlicet: sine dubio et vidire licet

Ioo viduatus: orbatus, fraudatus viget: vivit, valet vigentes: virilibus pleni vigil: vigelans vilicus: villae custus

I05 vipurna: silva minuta vinxit: heavit vinnubis: mollis virentia: frondentia vinceas: machimmentorum gene(ra)

quae fiunt in modum torrium ad ex- pugnandos muros

IIo P. 3II. virecta: loca quaevis sint in agris arboribus minutis fron- dentibus

virulentus: venenosus viritim: sintillatim, paulatim, semi-

gratati virgo: a vigore aetatis dicet virgulta: silva minuta

15 virus: odor ferarum vis: usrtis vis hanimi: sapientia vis corporis: fortitudo virere: visitare

120 vita: mores, natura vituperat: accusat vitulans: lascivus, gaudens, cum exul-

tatione ledans P. 312. vincla: vincula

vividus: fortis 125 vindix: ultor, iudex

virus: venenum viriosus: austerus virgo: fortes femina virguncula: virgo modica

130 virtus: animi est vires: corporis virendo: vescendo, vivendo viribus: obtatibus viscera: loca membrorum vitalia

I35 vitat: declinat vitricus: secundus maritus vitigilat: vituperat

P. 313. volumen: liber a volvcndo dicet

voluntas: mens 140 vorat: sorbet

volvit: pectore cogitat

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voluilitas: mentis veritas voluptas: concupiscentia volutabra: loca in quibus se porci vu-

lutantur 145 volucres: veloces

vola: manus cava in medio unde invo- lare dicimus

vorago: obsorsio et fosso profunda et terre iatus

vormet: vos ipsos vociferatur: clamat

150 vovit: promittit vuetema: adiutoria voti compos: memor expli de vo

P. 314. uberius: abundantius uberus: abundantia

I55 ubertimi: abundanter uberes: pinguis, fructuosus uberrima: fructuosa vulsum: vi abstracto vulgo: pala, passim

I6o vultuosus: qui semper vulto mutat vulgus: vilis populus aut plebs ex vulgata: in notitia data vultus: contemplatio ulli: aliqui

I65 ulciscor: vindico ultor, ultrix: vindix

P. 3I5. ultro: sponte ultra: supra ulcus: quod intus nascitur, vulnus

170 ulcera: vulnera ultericri: posterior, inferior ultus: vindicatus ultatus: damnatus ullus: aliquis

175 ulciscimur: vindicamur ululae: aves nocturne ulto cetroque: intus vel foras ultrices: vindices ultio: vindicta

I80 uligo: humor terrq perpetuus ulna: cubitus et extensio manus ad

gremio P. 316. ultimus: novissimus

ultosus: tristes ulva: genus hervq, paludis

I85 umbo: extrema pars umbrosum: contectum umbris: tenebris umqua: aliquando undantia: ebullentia

190 unco: curvo unorum: multorum unchus: anchora unigine : geminae uncire: alligare

I95 unice: prime, optime P. 317. unguine: unctione adipem

undique: ex omni parte unicuba: vidua qui uni cubit unguis: cuius diminutio u e ungula

200 urbs: dicitur civitas qdificium, civitas autem populus est, non paries

uros: bos silvaticus urvum: quod bovules tenet in aratro ur: incendium urna: unde ducunt sortes, quasi quarta

205 urit: accendit usus: consuetudo usto: incenso, ustolato usquam: alicubi

P. 318. usura: faenus 2I ustrima: locus ubi conburuntur cor-

pora usitato: consuedudine usquequaque: per omnia uspiam: ullum locum usurpat: inlicite utitur, praesumet

215 uterque: ambo, utri utrisque: ambobus utrubique: utrique parte uti: frui utensilia: usibus necessaria

220 utpote: ut aestimet utique: manifeste, ideo utrubi: ubicunque utrum: potans

P. 3I9. uter: unus ex altero 225 utire: fruiri

ut reor: ut arbitror utroque: et hoc et illud utrius: et huius et illius


Xenodocium: locum venirabilem in quo peregrini suscipi


uberbolice: elate ymnum: laus ydria: situla ydrus: aquaticus

5 yades: stellae ypotica: huniversa substantia pliada: sex stillae insimul

P. 320. ypinx: animal quasi ad si- militudinem pardorum quas alii lamminas dicunt


Zernam: inpetigo zelus: emolatio zizania: lolium zirotha: series

5 zima: olla zipherus: ventus EXPL. ERMENEUMATA DO GRATIAS AMEN.

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The glossary, which I have here printed, was copied by me at the suggestion of Dr. Loewe, who in a letter dated July 27, I88I, wrote me as follows: " Entschieden einer der iltesten Glossarcodices ist der Sangallensis 9I2. Wenn man den ganz und gar publi- cierte, so ware schon viel gewonnen. Jede Glosse darin ist ja mindestens aus dem achten

Jahrhundert, und unter diesem Gesichtpunkt gewinnen auch die trivialen Glossen ihren Werth. Ich habe nun aus dieser HS. sehr bedeutende Excerpte, ausserdem die voll- standige Copie einer parallelen HS. und sonst sehr viel was in diese Sammlung einschligt. Wie ware es wenn Sie diese HS. aufs genauste copirten und wir sie dann zusammen edirten." Accordingly I made a careful copy of the manuscript in August, i881, but other duties prevented my attempting immediately the proposed edition.

In the summer of I883 I had planned to go to St. Gall to revise my copy, and afterwards to consult with Dr. Loewe about its publication; but this plan was sadly interrupted, and I had no further correspondence with Dr. Loewe on the subject up to the time of his sudden death. He is therefore in no way responsible for the present edition. When

requested by the Association's Committee of Publication to print my paper, including the

glossary, I consented to do so, provided I could secure previously an accurate collation of my copy with the original. To facilitate the work of collation, which Professor Adolf

Kaegi of Zirich kindly offered to do for me, I had the glossary printed at once, which must account for the notes following the text, instead of occupying the more convenient

position at the foot of the page. Early in July, I884, I wrote to Professor Goetz, my former teacher, telling him of my

plans, and inquiring about the parallel glossary mentioned by Loewe. Unfortunately, he was absent at the time in Copenhagen, and his very kind letter, dated August 25, did not reach me until the Glossary was in type as far as the letter S. I quote a part of his letter. " Loewe besass noch keine Collation der ganzen Handschrift. Mittlerweile hatte ich den Codex in Jena, und habe ihn sehr sorgfaltig abgeschrieben. Auch besitze ich die Abschrif- ten von acht verwandten Glossaren. Ein Parallel-glossar ist jedoch nicht darunter; sie sind alle mehr oder weniger verwandt. Loewe scheint sich geirrt zu haben, eben well er den

Sangallensis noch nicht vor sich hatte ausser einigen Excerpten von Usener. Ich bin jetzt gerade mit diesen Glossaren beschaftigt, weil sie den ersten Band des Corpus Glossario- rum bilden sollen." Had I known earlier that an editor so much more experienced, pos- sessed of a critical apparatus so much more complete, was about to undertake the same task, I should hardly have ventured upon it.

I regret that I have not been able, for typographical reasons, to represent the abbrevia- tions of the manuscript, especially the very common ones for final us, m, fori ro, per, prae, id est, vel, and the like; but as I particularly requested Professor Kaegi, wherever he dis-

agreed with my resolution of an abbreviation, to indicate it, I hope that not many mistakes have arisen in this way. In other respects I have striven to follow closely the orthography of the manuscript.

I have felt obliged to make my notes as brief as possible, and often, where I might have added much confirmatory evidence from other glossaries, I have contented myself with

giving simply the correct reading. Often where the correct reading must suggest itself at

once, as in the case of aenolus for aemulus, I have made no note whatever. I have

thought it wise, too, in view of Professor Goetz's forthcoming edition, not to indulge too

freely in conjectures, which might be completely overturned by actual manuscript readings. Where no note is found, therefore, on a puzzling gloss, it may be concluded that I have not solved the puzzle to my own satisfaction. With all its imperfections, I still hope that this edition will do something to stimulate the interest on this side of the Atlantic in the subject of Latin Glossaries, and will increase the appreciation of the difficult undertaking to which

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Professor Goetz has addressed himself with so much vigor in the place of his departed and honored friend.

My sincere thanks are due to Professor Goetz, who has generously furnished me with some of his own readings on glosses where I was in doubt, to Professor Kaegi for his careful collation, and to Professor Robinson Ellis, who has very kindly sent me numerous parallel glosses taken from two glossaries in Oxford. One of these is in the Balliol Library (r55) and is of the fourteenth or fifteenth century; and the other is in the Bodleian (Auct. T II 24), of the eighth or ninth century. He has also sent me a few from a glossary in the Phillips Library. These will be found indicated in the notes by Ball., Bod., Phill.

Glosses which have been added by a second hand are given in the text in italics. Aside from these, three hands can be distinguished in the manuscript. a. The greater part is written in half-uncial belonging to the seventh or eighth century. b. Pages I89, I90, 225, and 226 are written in a somewhat larger, and probably later, hand (uncial), not earlier than the eighth or ninth century. c. Page 201 is written in an entirely different hand, of the ninth or tenth century, resembling the Merovingian.

I have referred to the following works in the notes by the abbreviations herewith given:

Loewe Prodromus, Leipzig, 1876. (Prod.) Glossae Nominum, Leipzig, 1884. (Loewe G. N.)

De Vit's Glossarium. (De Vit.) Hildebrand Glossarium Latinum, Goettingen, 1854. (Hild.) Placidi Glossae. A. Deuerling, Leipzig, I875. (Plac.) Glossae quae Placido non adscribuntur nisi in libro glossarum, A. Deuerling, Miinchen,

1876. (Plac. L. G.) Epinal Glossary, ed. Sweet, I883. (Epin.) Three Erfurt Glossaries published by Dr. F. Oehler in Jahn's Jahrbiicher, 1847, pp.

257-297 and 325-387. (Amplon.) Lateinisches Glossar des 9. Jahrhunderts aus cod. Mon. 62I0, G. M. Thomas, Minchen,

i868. (Mon. 6210.) De Genere Neutro intereunte in Lingua Latina, E. Appel, Erlangen, 1883. (Appel.) De Differentiarum Scriptoribus Latinis, J. W. Beck, Groningen, 1883. (Beck.) Archiv fiir Lateinische Lexikographie und Grammatik. (Archiv.) Addenda Lexicis Latinis, L. Quicherat, Paris, 1862. (Quicherat.) Itala und Vulgata, H. Ronsch, Marburg, I875. (Ronsch.) Auctores Classici edidit Ang. Maius, Rome, of which volumes VI., VII., and VIII.

contain glosses. (Mai. VI., VII., VIII.) Of Du Cange I have been able to use the new edition as far as F.

Words printed in small capitals will be found in the Forcellini De Vit Lexicon or in Georges.



2. Loewe, G. N. p. 4, gives from Amplon. abavus: tertius pater; but tritavi pater is more correct. Verg. Aen. X. 619 has quartus pater, explained by Servius as abavus. The spelling ababus occurs in inscriptions. -3. lege involata. So Epin. 3, E 35; cf. Prod. 174; abacta: involuta furata, Bern. 178; abigiata: involata, Goetz, Archiv fiir Lat. Lex. I. p. 560. - 4 1. actu; cf. Plac. I, 12, and Goetz, 1. c. "Ich fasse actus als den bekannten juristischen Terminus (tbertrift)."-5. Cf. Prod. 139, abantes: mortui quos Graeci alibantes appellant. "In margine manus rec. alibantes et aliudquid quod legi

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nequit, adscripsit" (Goetz). -6. Cf. De Vit and Hild. A i. - 9. 1. averruncat, abstirpat in sense of exstirpat. - 1o. Perhaps corruption of averruicat; see, however, De Vit and Hild. A I6o. Epin. 5, C 9 has avenicat: eradicat; cf. Amplon. 271, 351, avenat: eradi- cat. - II. 1. avillus; cf. Paul. 14, 7, avillas agnus recentis jartus, and Prod. 349.- 13. 1. abigit: proicit; cf. Goetz, Archiv, I. 560. - I4. 1. tollit rem alienam. - 16. 1. abiu- gassere; cf. Plac. 9, 13, abiugassere: abiungere, abducere. - I8. " remota r in rasura" (Goetz). - 22. Cf. I. 232, incruentes: inminentes. -23. 1. avida; Ball. abita: desiderata cognita. - 27. 1. aporria; cf. Cael. Aurel. 121, corporis dqfluxiones quas Graeci anopproias vocant; Plac. 4, 5; Bod. aborrea: manatio; Epin. 2, A 9, apioria defluens. - 28. 1. abomi- nlat. - 33. 1. abhorret. - 35. 1. apluda; cf. Plac. 8, I3, A4luda, furfuribus milii panni- cique, where G. has ablundam, and Paulus Io, 14. - 36. 1. ab usu; cf. De Vit. - 39. Cf. De Vit and Hild. A I7. -40. 1. abutitur. - 41. 1. amovit; cf. Tertull. adv. Marcion. 4, 15, Totum quod ab homine captatur, abdixit Creator. -42. 1. non plurima consumere sed suspensis digitis leviter cibum tangere; cf. De Vit. - 45. 1. arrepticius. - 48. 1. abditum; cf. Prod. 148. - 50. 1. abgrego: separo, segrego. Kaegi reads et egreco, Goetz segreco. - 53. 1. renuit. - 54. 1. abnuo, abniso is Goetz's reading. I read abviso; so Ball. abviso: veto, nolo. - 55. 1. abnepos. Cf. Ball. abnepos : filius nepotis, abnepos dicitur quia seiungitur a nerote, est enim inter illum et nepotem pronepos. - 56. 1. humilis; Ball. abrogans humilis dicitur, arrogans superbus. - 60. 1. longe. - 6i. 1. dubium. -63. 1. abitote; cf. Loewe, G. N. 205. - 65. I. aptra: folia vitis; cf. Prod. 143, and Titinius Ribbeck Frag. p. 59. - 66. 1. apricum. - 67. Perhaps abest: longe est, or a corruption of 64. - 68. 1. agape. -69. Cf. AGAPETAE. -70. 1. Achates; cf. Plac. 3, 22. - 71. 1. acanthus; conficiuntur; cf. ACAN- THION. - 72. 1. accentus . . sonus. . . correptae. - 73. 1. acerbitas. - 74. 1. acervus. -

79. accersitio. - 8o. 1. Acheron: fluvius aput inferos. -81. 1. hactenus.- 82. 1. acieris; flamines aut pontifices; cf. Prod. 257, and Paulus o0, I. - 83. 1. acerra: arcula turea (tura- ria?); cf. Bod. acerra arcatura; Epin. i, C I, accerra: arcaturis; and glosses cited by De Vit. - 84. 1. acervat: condensat ... coadunat.-86. 1. ubi tractabat.-87. 1. saevitia. - 88. 1. acediatur. - gi. 1. acedia. -95. 1. accipitrem: acceptorem, ascribed to Placidus in Liber Glossarum; cf. Bod. acceptorem: accipitrem, and Lucilius, I 30 Lach. exta acceptoris. - 96. Cf. Ball. actius: amptlius vel verius. 1. auctius: amplius, uberius. -97. 1. aconitum. - 98. = iKoLviYV)T0o, which Jahn reads Juv. VII. 218. - 99. 1. acroteria; cf. Bod. acrocheria ligamenta articzlum; Ball. achrocheria ligatura articulorum. - xoo. 1. hic acinus et huius acini. Cf. acini dicuntur proiecti uvarum reliquie et ideo corripit penultimam quoniam non de nomine sed de verbo dirivatur hoc nomen hic acinus, huius acini. Acinum vero neu- traliter dicitur aqua, qua lavantur uve post expressum vinum, acinum dictum quasi aquidum vocaturque vinum secundum et est potus servorum (Gloss. Phillipp.). - Io1. Perhaps acuum = aginam; cf. Paulus o1, 4, Agina est, quo inseritur scapus trutinae, id est, in quo foramine trutina se vertit; in that case 1. diatrema (8&iTpzra) = foramen (cf. Schol. Lu- ciani, vol. I, p. 579 and 597),- 102. 1. accola . . . alienam terram. - I03. 1. culmine. - 04. 1. actutum.- Io8. Cf. Isid. Or. VII. I, 14, Adonai quod generaliter interpre- tatur Doninus. - IIo. 1. consequitur. -III. The MS. has adtest with t deleted.- 113. 1. addita: adiuncta. - 117. "adfirma et ligatura quam non intellego. an adfirmans ?" (Goetz). - 122. 1. innodata, adiuncta; cf. Verg. Aen. XII. 92. - 24. 1. adiunctus. - 125. Cf. De Vit, Astipulatus: idoneus testis adprobatus. - 127. adsponsio is not given by the Lexica, but De Vit gives a gloss adsponsio: testifcatio. - 129. Cf. ad luricum: res ad zusuzm apta, Bod. and cod. Reg. 7641. Hild. emends to ad ludicrum ; res ad ludurm apta. - 131. 1. Epiphania. - I32, Hebrew word; cf. Prod. 140. - 133. 1. Eden: delicias. -

140. 1. emolumentum : lucrum vel quaestum. - 141. 1. aequiperant: aequant. .. simulant. - 142. Kaegi reads equargentus; but for e Goetz reads a or ae. After am nothing more can now be read. - I45. Cf. Servius, Verg. Aen. II. 69. - 148. 1. aetas. - 149. 1. sexu ; cf. Tacitus Ann. I. 56 - 153. 1. thesaurum. - 155. Cf. Epin. 4, A 36, aera: rota caeli. - I56. = aeTr6; cf. Serv. Verg. Aen. I. 394.- 158. aeneatores: tubicines; cf. Paulus 20, 7, and Epin. I, C 20, aneatores: tubicines. - 159. Cf. Epin. 4, C 2, aeneada: con- iurati aenea, and Ball. aeneator: enee coniuratio. - I6i. Cf. Epin. 4, A. 37, aethera: possessio caeli ignea. - 62. 1. aesculus. - 163. Cf. 158. 1. cornu ... cantantes. Ball. aenita- tores: cornu canentes. - 164. Cf. Serv. Verg. Aen. I. 157, "

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aliquando Romani."-- 65. 1. aeviternum. - 66. Cf. Prod. I, I. aestimiae; cf. Paulus 26,8, aestimias: aestimationes.- I67. 1. labor inopia.- 170. 1. epos. -- 71. Cf. Porphy- rion Hor. Ep. 2. I, 230, and Placid. I, 15.- 172. Cf. APHRODES and Pliny XX. 207, alterum e silvestribus genus heraclion vocatur, ab aliis aphron . . .semine spumeo, for gerante 1. gerentem. - 173. 1. taedium patior. - 174. 1. affectum. - 177. Cf. APHTHAE. -

I81. = afopAju. - 182. = ywos. - x84 ff. 1. augusta, etc. - 191. 1. argutus; cf. Servius Ec. IV. 34, Sane quidam Argo a celeritate dictam volunt, unde verso in Latinum verbo argutos celeres dici. - 192. 1. agagula. - 194 and I95. 1. agaso, and cf. I83-- I96. Cf. Prod. 396 f., Plac. Io, 8. - 197. Cf. Agnati liberi, qui per adoptionem veniunt: inter- dum cognati (De Vit). - 198. Cf. Plac. 12, 8. - 99. Cf. AGONOTHETA. - 200. Cf. Paulus Io, 5 ff. Hildebrand, A 67, agga: festivitas, which H. emends to agonia. 202. Cf. HAGIOGRAPHA. -203. 1. aconita.- 208. According to Goetz is, a not in MS. -212. 1. dicitur; cf. Servius Aen. VI. 392. - 24. So Kaegi. Goetz reads expediens; per- haps for expeditus. - 2I6. 1. alternatim: vicissim. - 217. 1. dubitanti; cf. Verg. Aen. IV. 287.- 218. 1. pretiosum. - 2I9. 1. alluvione; cf. Prod. 160.- 220. 1. navigio. - 22I. Cf. ALOGIA. - 222. 1. alicula. - 224. Cf. Prod. pp. I42, 273, and Paul. 7, 2. - 225. 1. Alpheus. 228. " Neubauer says aalma is a mere repetition of the previous Hebrew word. The double a he thinks is introduced on account of the guttural sound of the a" (Ellis). - 229. 1. studio saginata; cf. Hild. A 8I. -- 233. 1. alec; cf. Isidor. Or. XII. 6, 39, Halec pisciculus ad liquorem salsamentorum idoneus; Ball., allech genus piscis ad liquorem sdlsamentorum idoneum. - 237. 1. alendum: nutriendum. - 245. Cf. Isidor. Or. XVIII., 60, Alea id est ludus tabulae, inventa a Graecis in otio Troiani belli a quodanm milite Alea nomine, a quo et ars nomen accepit. See De Vit. - 247. Cf. Ball., Alnum, lignum, .i. verna, and see same gloss in De Vit, agnetano, perhaps for Aquitanum or amnne a/lum. Cf. Isid. Or. XVII. 7, 42, alnus vocatur quod alatur amne, Proxima enim aquae nascitur. Du Cange, " Vern Gallis priscis et Britannis est alnum. In Borelli Lexico Vergne, un aulne, arbre dit ainsi." -248. 1. allabitur. -249. 1. allegoria: aliud pro alio . . . similitudo. Kaegi notes that there is a rasura after allegorit, so that perhaps originally allegorice or

allegoriter was written. - 250. Cf. ABINVICEM, frequent in Vulgate. - 253.1. alares; cf. De Vit and Hild. A 69. Notice the form caballares. - 254. Cf. Bod., alebre: quod bene a quibus alitur, and Loewe G. N. p. Ix, under alero: nutrimentum. Compare Paul. 25, 4 alebria, bene alentia. - 255. After pe there are three or four letters illegible; cf. Isid. Or. XIV. 8, 42, alluvium consumz tio riparum ex aquis; perhaps a gloss on Vulg. Job 14, i9, alluviosne paulatim terra consumitur; 1. adcrescente arena; cf. Dig. 19, I, 13, si decem iugera alluvions adcreverint. - 256 and 258. Cf. Prod. 12. - 257. Cf. Loewe G. N. p. I , and Placid. IO, 12. 1. altiboans. -262. Bod., exspectat; cf. Hild. A 76, who proposes " spe citat aut spe lactat." - 264. 1. esca. - 265. Cf. ALSIOSUS; frigoro- sus occurs also Schol. Juv. 3, 190. Cf. Amplon. 269, 224, and 227, alsosus: frigorosus: alsiosus: frigorosus.- 266. 1. album; cf. Loewe G. N.p. 127, the full gloss ended thus, tab- ula est et habet albis litteris iudices et senatores. - 267. 1. nutrix. - 269. 1. sibi meatum. 274. 1. delectabile iucundum. - 276. Cf. above on p. 130. -277. Cf. De Vit, 1. axilites, which I think goes back to Verrius Flaccus. Cf. Paul. 3, 5, where alites follows axit axites, and precedes axamrnenta. - 278. This gloss is also given by De Vit. Perhaps the word has some connection with Anticyra (or Anguitia ?). - 279. Cf. De Vit, recertator seems only to be found in glosses; cf. Amplon. 264, 459, antagonista: recertator; re- is used as the equivalent of anti- as in the glosses antidosis: retribu/tio; antidorum: remu- neratio. - 280. 1. anathematus: abominatus, perditus; cf. 293.- 28i. 1. maestificis.- 283. 1. angit: praefocat; cf. De Vit and Hild. - 286. Bod., anqueret valde querit. 1. anquirit . . . quaerit, for scrutat; see Neue, II. 319 and 320. - 287 and 288. Cf. ANFRAC-

TUS; intertortuosa is not given by the Lexica. Cf. contortuosa, Loewe G. N., p. 164. - 289. = avavMcevEj; cf. Prod. 124.-290. 1. abominatio. - 291. Perhaps for anacho-

resis; (cf. Amplon. 264, 448, Anchoresis: recessio vel remotio vel recersio, following anfrac- tus,) or for avdarava-S, N. T. - 293. Cf. De Vit, 1. perditio. - 294. 1. apposita. -

297. Aonia: Boeotia terra. Goetz reads Reoia; cf. Isid. Or. XIV. 4, II. - 298. 1. zona, suggested by Ellis; cf. C 187, clima: circuitus tractus vel aona, from which this gloss was made up, hence the position under A. - 301 1. apiciosus: calvus; cf. Prod. 424.-

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302. Cf. Epin. 3, E 30, abtet vos: intile[a]t vos. The gloss may refer to Vulg. Hebr. 13, 21, Deus autem pacis aptet vos in omni bono. - 305. Cf. De Vit, 1. rei; cf. Bod.

apex: summa jars flamme zel cuilzscumzque rei. - 306. 1. aperit. - 307. Cf. De Vit. - 308. Perhaps for apostasis; probably there is a confusion of two glosses. - 309. = a&rqrzTa. 1. crapula. - 3II. Cf. Prod. I59. 1. probatio; cf. Epin. I, C 22, apo- dixis: probatio vel exerMlumn. - 312. i. apyretus. - 3I3. i. apocrypha; recondita. -315.

Cf. De Vit, qui rebus caret mundanis Ugut. ?1. aeviternus.- 3I6. Cf. Prod. I59, and De Vit. - 317. 1. apodyterium.. .lavantium; cf. Bod. Apodisterium ubitonuntur res id est in balneum lavantium; Ball. Apoleterium ubi ponunztr res lavantziur ab exuendo scilicet dictum. - 3I8. ?1. prohibet; cf. 327, with which pertlaps this is confused. Cf. De Vit under apollire. - 3I9. 1. apostropha; aliam . . . subito... commutationem. - 320. 1.

appetit. - 324. 1. arces: loca summa montium.- 326. 1. artaba: modii tres; cf. Amplon. 262, 304, artabo: modi Ires. - 329. 1. sidus. -330. 1. digiti; nodi. - 333. 1. elati. -

335. 1. gravis. - 337. 1. ager sed seminibus aptus (?); cf. Serv. Georg. I, I, nam omnis

terra, ut etiam Varro docet, quadrifariam dividitur. Aut enim arvus est ager, i. e. satio- nalis, aut consitivus id est aptus arboribus. - 342. 1. artuatim: membratim. - 343. 1. Arithmeticus. - 344. Cf. Bod. Aruntius stelle nomen. Perhaps for arcturus, or can it refer to Arruntius Stella, the poet ? - 345. 1. Argivi. - 347. 1. Argei: simulacra; cf. Varro L. L. VII. 44. - 348. 1. haruspex; ad aras. - 349. 1. hariolus, for fariolus; cf. Donatus Phorm. IV. 4, 28. - 353. 1. ardentes. - 354. 1. murorum. - 355- 1. arripit: adprehendit. - 357. Cf. Prod. I42, and Du Cange, = harpe, for which Sil. 3, 278, has ensis falcatus. - 360. giilevis (?) Goetz regards as belonging to previous gloss. - 36I. Cf. ARFERIAand Prod. 13. - 365. Cf. Prod. 430, and Paul. II, 14. - 366. Cf.

ARBJTERIUM, and De Vit, 1. collegium. - 368. 1. harmonia . . . vocabulis... apta. -

372. 1. armiportator. -374. Cf. Hild. A I28.- 375. 1. aqualicum. - 378. 1. aestimator. -

379. 1. inhonestus = ax-,u,wv; cf. Loewe G. N. p. 51 I.- 382. ]. contemnit, despicit. - 383. 1. hastarium. - 385. Varro's etymology; cf. L. L. V. 21, Io4, Paulus I9, II.

- 386. =c aTroeTs. - 388. 1. voluptuose. - 389. 1. adflat. - 39i. 1. atomi . . . pulveres . apparent. Cf. 398.- 397. 1. lugubris.--399. 1. horribilis. - 400. 1. unumquodque

palaestricum . . . victoriam. - 46. Cf. AULICI. - 408. 1. auspicati, so Bod. - 4I5. 1.

nimbi.- 4I8. 1. cupidus. - 419. 1. augur; cf. Prod. Io7. -424. hausta: potata; cf. Bod. austa: eiutata. -425. 1. hausit: gustavit. - 426. Cf. De Vit, auzreax: equus solitarius. - 427. Cf. Plac. xI, Io, Aztisrare: httmefacere, dictum ab austro, qui est tpluvialis. -

429. Cf. Gloss. Isid. auctoratio: venditio hzam suzb auctione sunt gladiatores qui se vezndunt (De Vit). - 430. 1. venditionis. -433. 1. auctionarius; emit. - 435. 1. solem. -

436. 1. aulaeum: stragulum; cortinae in the sense of curtain, as in the Vulgate. - 437. venerabile sanctum. - 438. 1. avitum: antiquitas vel ab avis; cf. Bod. aviturn antiquas vel ab avis relicturn. See Hild.-- 439. 1. augustius. -442. 1. haurire. -444. 1. auctio; venditio. - 445. 1. venator. - 448. 1. agitator.


I. Abbreviation of some fuller gloss. as in Hild. B 6, note, Bacchzum vinum et pro vino qzuod a Libero patre inventzum esse finguznt poeeae. - 2. 1. bacchat. - 3. 1. bacchi; cf. Bod. bacci: antiqui, perhaps only the beginning of a gloss antiqui dicebant, etc., or as Hild. 1. c. suggests from Bacchus, vinurn vetus. - 4 refers to Verg. Aen. I. 655; cf. Prod.

56. - 5. refers to Verg. Aen. IV. 30I. -- 6. Cf. Prod. 69. - 7. Goetz reads anfora, but

Kaegi confirms my reading, which is of course a corruption for amgliora; cf. Ball. batus

amntplora una 'i' modii tres. See Isid. Or. XVI. 26, I2. - 9. 1. pagani sacrarium Liberi; cf. Prod. 57. - 1o. A vulgar form for bacelus -= -PKdAXo; cf. Prod. 57, f. - It. I. babi-

gera; cf. B 24 and Bod. baligera stzulta, Ball. babiger stzu/lus, and see Prod. 54. - 12. 1.

bacchationes, furores. - I3. 1. Bacchae. - 14. See above p. 134, Bod. baubant: la/rant. - 15. Cf. Prod. 5 . Du Cange quotes from Gaufridus Grossus Vita S. Bernardi Abbat. de

Tironio, p. 62, "Bacapulo decenztissime lpalliato suterositus." Paulus 61, 12, defines

capzlumn as quo mor/ui effertuntur. - 6 1. obesas; cf. Prod. VIII and 66, Vindob. 2404,

bassas: pingues aves, so that the fuller gloss was bassas: Jingues, obesas; cf. Martyrius

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cf. Du Cange s. v. - 2I. 1. regulus; cf. Loewe G. N. 149. - 24. Cf. B II. - 25. Cf.

Caper de orthographia (K. VII. io3) Bargena, non bargina, genus cui barbaricum sit, Martyrius de B et V. (K. VII. I75) Bar, cum incipit syllaba, b mutam habuerit positam ut barrus iAe4as bardus draivarOTos, bargus a4vr4i, barba et quod in glossematibus inveni bar-

gina i 7rpoartvftas g3apfaputKj. Hence emend Bod. barciae: barbari. - 26. 1. cubicula-

rius; cf. Prod. 76. - 27. 1. Bacchi latex; cf. Serv. Aen. I. 686, Laticemqzge Lyaeum latex proprie aqua est fontium . . . sed et vinum latet intra uvam, unde nunc dixit laticem. - 28. Cf. above B 5.- 29. Cf. Loewe G. N. 97. Deuerling Plac. I3, 12 n. cites a gloss baxea: genus calciamenti mulieris, quas baccheas dicunt. Of some such gloss this is an abbreviation. Loewe quotes de dubiis nominibus (Keil V. 572) baxeas: calciamenta femi- narum ut Varro dicit. Ellis suggests baxellas for bu2ccellas. - 30. A corruption of some fuller gloss referring to Verg. Aen. III. 421, barath/ri ter gurgite (hence? gurgugite); cf. Hild. B I3 and 14. - 33. 1. baptismum. Koffmanne Geschichte des Kirchenlateins I. p. 21, speaking of baptismus, says, " das Volk scheint lavacrum als Benennung fur den Vor- gang geliebt zu haben." - 34. 1. barbitos . . . cf. Porphyr. Hor. Car. I. 32, 3, "barbiton organi genus est, sed nunc pro lyra posuit." - 35. 1. Bassarides: Bacchae; cf. 43. -

36. ? 1. Portuni: Neptuni; cf. De Vit under Portunus. - 37. 1. plena; cf. Prod. 62 and Plac. L. G. 12, 6. - 39. 1. bargus, explained by Cassiodorius and Martyrius (K. VII. 175) as af)v4q; cf. Buecheler Rh. Mus. 35, p. 70.- 40. 1. barbiton; cf. Prod. 65. -4I. I. barritus.

-43. 1. Bacchae. -45. 1. faciam.-46. 1. Bariona . . columbae; cf. De Vit Onomasticon I. p. 677. - 47. 1. Bartholomaeus: filius suspendentis aquas; cf. Ball. Bartholomeusfilius suspendentis aquas vel flius suspenedntis me, Syrum est non Hebreum. - 48. Cf. BRA-

BIUM, BRABEUM, 1. munus. - 49. 1. Bracata: Gallia; cf. Bod. Bracata gillea. - 50. Cf. BRABEUTA. -51 =- tAs ; cf. Prod. I33. -52. 1. blatit. . . perstupide; cf. Plac. I2, 18. -

53. blapere for which blatire is the correct form. Wiegand (Deutsches Worterbuch) compares

Ilappern, blappern with mid. Latin blaberare for blaterare. - 54. Cf. BLATTA 1. purpurae. -57. 1. Beelzebub; cf. De Vit Onomasticon. - 6o. 1. beryllus . .. candidi. - 65. betere must be regarded as an imperative from bitor, biti. For a full discussion of these glosses see Loewe G. N. I96 ff. and Prod. 359. - 66. 1. Beelphegor: simulacrum; cf. Onomas- ticon. - 68. Cf. Bod. buteo avis, Ball. buto genus animalis. 1. buteo: avis quae in auspi- cio servatur = observatur; cf. Paulus 3, 5, Alites volatu auspicia facientes istae iuta- bantur: buteo, sanqzalis, immusulus, aquila vulturius; see also Paulus 32, 7, and Pliny N. H. X. 21. -69. 1. beluis: bestiis; cf. 99. - 70. 1. Belidae: a Belo patre; cf. Serv. Aen. II. 8.- 73. 1. bellicosa . . . inferorum. - 74. 1. bellus. - 75. 1. cupidus est,

locus bellicosus seems to be a corrupt repetition. - 78. 1. BREPHOTROPHIUM = -pe4orpo- 4e;ov. - 79. 1. putidi aut hircosi; cf. Prod. 265 and Bod. blenones: /utidi hiercones, Ball. . . . aut hircosi. - 80. 1. BLAESUS. . . . alio sono corrumpit; cf. Prod. 394 - 82. 1. bibliotheca. - 83. 1. bibliopola. - 84. Abbreviation of a fuller gloss like bibulus: bibitor

qui valde bibit; cf. Hild. B 34, Bibulus, bibitor qui multurn bibit. - 85. Cf. BIBLUM. 1. funis. - 86. 1. Bisaltes or? Ephialtes, corrupted into Epialtes; Ebialces; bialcis; but it may be a compound of ~3ds and aKn,. - 89. 1. bigamus . . . habet uxores. - go. 1. biclinium;

cf. Loewe G. N. 150. - 91. Cf. Hildebrand B 35 n. and Du Cange. - 92. 1. bibliotheca-

rius; cf. Prod. 72, where Loewe emends to qui codices servat. - 94. 1. bidento; cf. Du

Cange. - 95. 1. bifidum; Cf. Prod. 75. - 98. 1. commotio. - 99. 1. beluae. -Ioo. 1. bys- sum: sericum tortum; cf. Bod. bissum: siricum tortzim. - IOI. 1. bivira . . . maritos; cf- Prod. 73.- 104. Cf. above, B 65. -105. 1. bigenerum -e duobus generibus; cf. Paul. 33,

14, bigenera dicuntur animalia ex diverso genere nata, and Bod. bigenerum e duobus

generibus conceitum. -06. 1. vespillo(nes): qui mortuos portant; cf. Hild. B 44 and Paul. 368, I7, Veslae et veslillones dicuntur, qui funerandis corporibus officium gerunt, non a minutis volucrebus, sed quia vespertino tempore eos efferunt, etc. Georges says that the best MSS. and glosses have vispillo. - 107. 1. bimatus = bimater; cf. Amplon. 278,

35, bimatur: liber pater, and Inscr. in Bollett dell' Inst. Archaeol. a. 1854, p. xxxvi. Leiber pater bimatus lovis e fulmine natus (cited by De Vit Lex.). - o08. Cf. Glossae in Sidonium ed. Ellis in Anecdota Oxoniensia, vol. I., part V., p. 3I, Talassa enim Graece Latine dicitur mare. Inde bitalassum .i. duplex mare, ubi duo .s. maria concurrunt .i. ubi quaedam terra se extendit in mare ita ut acutum terrae illius mare habeat ex utraque


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parte sui. Unde dicitur quod Paulus naufragatus est in bitalasso, and see Amplon. 276, 33, bathilasa, ubi duo maria conveniunt; Epin. 6, A 06, bythalass. ubi duo maria conveni- unt; Bod. bitalasis, tcriculum duorum zarium, whence emend here bithalassim, etc.

O10. 1. gigantis. Hyginus, in his Introduction, mentions among the Giants immediately

before Ephialtes (see above, 86) Alemone, which Munck proposes to emend to Alcyoneus. Perhaps it is the same word with Bitesnon, which is not given in the Onomasticon. Other- wise one might think of Verg. Aen. V. 372, Victoremn Buten immani corpore.- II3. Cf.

65 and 104. - II4. 1. Byrsam. . . bubulum; cf. Serv. Aen. I. 367, Bod. Birsum corium bubuli. - Ix5. 1. centimanus. - I6. Cf. 65. - II7. Cf. BIMO. 1. duplatLr; cf. Paulus

67, 2, dutplabis dutlicabis. - I S. 1. bipedalis. - I I9. duobus is dat. after erogat, as in

Cic. ad Att. 8, 5.-120. Cf. Plac. I5, 8, bi benn, bis acutum, :ennum enim dicimus aculum; cf. Hild. B 42 and Isid. Or. XIX. 19, ii, nam bijennis dicitur, quod ex utraque parte habeat acutam aciem quasi duas lPennas. Pennurn autem antiqui acutum dicebant.

-12I. Cf. Plac. I3, 4, Bova vehemnens rubor, interdum genus serpentis, and Paul. 3o,

14, bova serpens est aquatilis, quem Graeci v;pov vocant, a qua icti obturgescunt. Crurum

quoque tumor viae labore collectus bova appellatir. - 1. rubor vehemens, and I22, ingens

. . . crure . suffuso; cf. Prod. 312 f. and G. N. 231. - I23. Cf. Amplon2 278, 72,

burrus: rufus, niger, Amplon 1 277, ioi, boarris, rzqs, niger, and Epin. 6, E Io, barsis, rufus, niger. 1. burrus; but perhaps rubus ruber may be retained; cf. Paul. 264, Jo, Robum rubro colore et quasi rufo sig/ifcari, etc. - 125. 1. burrae; beginning of the gloss found Plac. 13, I6, burrae varroniae, fatuae ac stujidae, etc. - 126. 1. clamare. - I27.

1. herede; cf. Prod. 78. - 128. 1. Bosphorus. - I30. 1. bovinatores: inconstantes; cf.

Plac. 13, 6. Bovinator, tricosus et inconstans, and Nonius, 79, 25, bovinatores, quos nunc malitiosos et tergiversatores dicimus. Lucilius lib. XI. Hic'st tricosu' bovinatorque, ore

improbo duro; cf. Prod. 319. - 131. 1. bombus; cf. I35 and Bod. brnbus sonus tumidus, imitatio vocis vel cres/itus. - 132. Cf. other glosses of broccius in Prod. o80 and 391, and

G. N. 144. - 134. 1. Bootes; cf. these glosses cited by Loewe Prod. 84 f. butis: stella

comis qui quasi comas habet; betes: stella comites quae quasi comam habet; and see Serv.

Aen. X. 272 (Thilo, p. 422, iS) est etiam alter cometes, qui vere cometes appellatur; nam

comis hinc inde cingitur, hic blandus esse dicitur qui si orientem attenderit, laetas res ipsi parti significat, etc. - I38. Cf. Varro L. L. VII. 39, 40, Luca bos elehhas,. . . Lucanam

bovem quod _u/abant, Lucam bovem ap5pellassent. - 139 1. storea; cf. Prod. 82 f. -I4o.

Cf. Serv. Verg. Ec. 8, 86, bucula, bovis est diminutio. - I4I. 1. bombum; cf. Prod. 77

and G. N. 138, where Loewe cites from Vat. 1468, bomburnz: sordidum, and proposes to

read bombum : sordidum sonunm, but this seems to me very doubtful; cf. Hild. B 52, 53, and Bod. Bsbum: sorbellzum. I prefer to keep sorbi/lum = the sucking sound accom-

panying drinking. - 142. Cf. note to 144. - I43. 1. bombosum: sonorum furibundum, so

Bod. - i44. Cf. Paul. 32, 4, Bus/urn proprie dicitur locus, in quo mor/uus est comnbustus

et sepultus, diciturque busturn, quasi bene ustum; ubi vero combustus quis tantummodo,

alibi vero est sepultus, is locus ab urendo ustrina vocata: sed modo busta sepulcra appella-

mus. Cf. Servius Verg. Aen. XI. 201.- I45. Cf. BUCETUM. - I46. Cf. Prod. 83. Bod.

Burca: clavaca; see Du Cange, under Burca. - I47. Cf. BUCERUS. - i48. buceriae is

found in Lucretius 2, 663 (Mun.) lanigerae pecudes . . buceriaequegreges, but bucera in

Ovid Met. VI. 395, lanigerosque greges armentaque bucera pavit; cf. Hild. B 62. - 149.

Onomatopoetic word; cf. Du Cange under bunda. - I50. Bod. Bulones iptsi sunt cetari

qui diversa genera tiscium vendunt, so Hild. B. 66; cf. Plac. 13, 9, Bolona, redemptor

cetariarum tabernarum in quibus salsamenta condiuntur, quas tabernas zvulgo cetarias

vocant. Bulonium seems to be an abstract like mangonium (cf. sterquilinium) 1. lutum

. . . cetarii; but perhaps there is some confusion with bolbiton. Loewe Prod. 77 reads

puto for luto. - IS51. Cf. BOTRUS = 6Tpv1-. - 52. 1. buccones refers to Plaut. Bacch. xo88, stulti, stolidi, fatui, fungi, bardi, blenni, buccones; cf. Isid. Or. X. 30, Bucco garru-

lus, quod ceteros oris loquacitate non sensu exsuperat, and Prod. 265. - 154. 1. bubinare

menstruo; see above, p. 131.- 155. Cf. BUsTUARII. - IS6. 1. avis nocturnae. - r58.

1. bruta: stolida; cf. Bod. Brunda: solida, and Prod. 8I. - I59. Cf. BURGUS. - I60.

See note to 123. - i6i. Cf. BUSTICETUM. - I62. Cf. BULLO. - X63. 1. brutus insipi-

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4. Cf. Paul. 48, Plac. 30, 3, cassiculo, reliculo, a cassibus. - 5. 1. catechumenus.- 6. 1. catechizat... edocet. - 7. 1. caballus; cf. De Vit. - 8. 1. canon. - 9. 1. cachinnus. - Io. 1. conplosus; cf. Prod. p. XIV. Ball. cajlosus: elisus; Bod. inlisus. - 12. 1. robur. - 13. 1. capedo. - 14. 1. categorias: adscriptiones; cf. Catagoriae: ascrijtiones, accu- sationzes (Papias). Notice peculiar use of adscriptiones.- 15. Bod. caeltra; cf. Cod. Leid. 67, E, Caletra: ubi vespe nutriuntur, and Amplon. 286, 62, caloetra, ubi vesje nas- cuntur. Prod. p. 46 n. = KoLX;0opa?- 17. Bod. camee; cf. Prod. 332 and Paul. 44, I; see above, p. 131. -I8. 1. supplicii eculeo simile. - I9. I can find no such river in Thrace. Perhaps a corruption of Causter = Cayster: fluviuts Asiae. -2I. 1. chalybs. -22. 1. camuris cornibus; cf. Serviuts and Philargyrius to Verg. Georg. III. 55. Paul. 43, I7, Cantara et camuri boves a curvatione ex Graeco KcdtXrrn dicuntur. -23. 1. canoris: chordis refers to Verg. Aen. VI. I20, fidibusquze canoris, where Servius explains bene sonantibus clzordis.- 24. Cf. Prod. 95 and expressions like in calce epistulae, in calce libri. - 25. 1. carchesia . . . poculi; cf. Serv. Aen. V. 77.- 26. 1. iocum convicium; cf. Paul 46, io, and Epin. 7, C 5, cavillatio: iocus cztz vicio. - 27. 1. discissus. -28. 1. chamaeleon . . hu- milis; cf. Ball. caleon: zzumizis leo.- 29. Cf. Prod. 146 and Du Cange under CATAPOTA.

-30. 1. calamaula = KaAabtAk,q . . . canitur; cf. Phill. calamaula canna in qua cani- tur. There may have been some confusion with cana mala in C 49. - 3. 1. Carystius. -

32. Cf. Plac. 20, 9, Candys, vestis regia.- 34. Cf. C 374. Nonius p. 25, 13, 'catax dicitur, quem nunc coxonem vocant Lucilius . . . Hostiliu' contra Pestem perniciemque catax; cf. Prod. 308 f. - 35. 1. carchesia; cf. De Vit. Carteriae: sung in cacumine ar- boruzmn ler quzas funes trazuntur. - Macrob. V. 2I, Asclepiades autem . . . carcijesia a navali re existimat dicta. ait enim navalis veli partem inferiorem 7rr4pvav vocari, at circa mediam ferme partem rpcXd,Xov dici, summam vero partem carchesium nominari, etc. For vel therefore veli is probably to be read, and perhaps the fuller gloss had anterior pars. - 36. ? The first part is perhaps a corruption of calo: servus; cf. Acron. Hor. Ep. L 14, 42, Calo, servus unde calornes. -37. Catasceue is used by Servius Aen. II. 409. - 38. 1. capitibus . . . hasta vendebatur. - 40. 1. minister sacrorum.- 42. Cf. Du Cange under CALAMAULARIUS.- 43. ? There is evidently some connection with Castalia, Cas-

talis, perhaps for Castalides: deae elocutionis. - 44. This gloss added by a second hand contains a mixture of two glosses, casnar: senex = I15, and captiviginae: ex captivo natae. cat/ivigena is formed like alienigena, but is not found in the Lexica nor in Du Cange. -- 45. Cf. Mon. 62o10, cast: eventt fort/ito. I cannot explain tro eventnm, un- less proven/u was added as an explanation of eventu. - 46. So Serv. lEn. III. 265, casum, lericzlzut. --47. De Vit gives a gloss Cantaz/lus: yvSav3AoT; eduliumz ex carne elixa, pane, et caseo Plzrygio cutm ane/lzo et jhingui iure. Hence read candaulus: edulium; cf. cKa6vSavXo or ,cdv8bvog. - 49. 1. cana mala: lanunigem habentes id est cydonia; cf. Serv. Ec. 2, 5I. - 5. I. instabilis; cf. Prod. 4- 52. 1. tela; the first part of gloss refers to Verg. Georg. III. 371 (where Servius glosses cassibus with retibas) and the second part to Georg. IV. 248.- 53. Cf. CARTALLUS. - 55. 1. catervatim; cf. Verg. Georg. III. 556. - 56. 1. detrahit. - 57. Perhaps a confusion of two glosses, as calculosus: glareosus, lapideus = lapidosus, and calculus: victoria iudicum. - 58. 1. caulae; cf. Paul. 46, I2, and Serv. ,En. IX. 60. -59. 1. calculum. -62. 1 catalogus. Bod. catalogus iustorumt (I. izxta rem, Ellis) numeratio ordo vel series. - 64. Cf. following glosses cited by De Vit: can/abram;, fztr-

fur caninunm quo canes pascun/ur, prrgfamen/a tritici; cantarinum vel cantarum, eqtus castra/us. Du Cange gives "cantabrunm pro cantIzarus," which would come nearest to this gloss. - 65. 1. caduceum. -67. Cf. Gloss. Pap. Capedines: aninmalia dicea, quod manu caliantur, (alii omittunt animalia dic/a) De Vit.- 69. 1. vafra; cf. above p. 131, Phill. carisa: vafer. - 70. Abbreviated for Caulae; cancelli tribunales ubi sunt advocati; cf. De Vit and Hild. C 56.-7I. 1. cataplum.-72. Goetz reads gravia, but Kaegi gruia 1. grata; cf. Mai. VI. 51I3, canora: cantu grata. - 75. Is the same gloss, I think, as that given by Du Cange, " Ceragius, Cereagius, Pistor, qui ad modumt cerae agit et deducit lasanm. Glossar. Provinc. Lat. ex cod. reg. 7657, Pestre, Prov. Ceragius, arteco-

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pus, /anetarius;" or perhaps for cereasius. Compare De Vit under Ceria/is and Caren- sis, both glossed as pistor. - 76. 1. castus sacer, or perhaps catus: acer; cf. Plac. 21, 17, catus, acutus, callidus, sapiens, prudens.- 77 and 78 = Xiptai.a 1. spiritale . . . divinae gratiae. - 79. Cf. Lucan. V. 379, Calabroqe obnoxites Austro. - 8o. 1. cataclysmum: di- luviutm. - 8i. Cf. Bod. careo: amitto, nolo, perdo. - 83. 1. cadus: amphora semis; cf. Bod. cadus: amphora est habens urnas tres. - 86 ? Cf. Mai. VIII. 142, carrire: dividere, secernere, seiungere. - 87. 1. caligo: tenebrae. - 88. 1. caculae: servi; cf. Plac. 23, 23, Caculae, lixae aut servi militum. - 90. 1. cocula; cf. Paulus 39, 3, Cocula: vasa aenea, coctionibus apta, alii coctla dicunt ligna mineta, quibus facile decoquantur obsonia; see Loewe G. N. 206 f, and below, 341.- 92. 1. cadaver. The etymology is found in Servius iEn. VI. 481.--93. 1. calvitur; see above, p. 132. -94. 1. capissit: tenet, libenter accipit. -95. Loewe cites this gloss G. N. 5 I among the difficilia, but as Prof. Gilder- sleeve has pointed out to me, it refers to K akkca V&Kn 1. victoria non bona.- 96. 1. iocatur . . . calumniam; cf. De Vit.-- 97. Cf. Serv. Aen. III. 580, caminis; fornacibus Graece dixit (arrb ofh Kdev). - 98. 1. capillatis: capillis porrectis; cf. Hild. C 37.-- IOI. Cf.

CHALYBS. - I102. 1. Capitolinus . . . capitolio. - I03. Cf. CADUCUS 1. daemoniacus.

Io04. Cf. Plac. 27, 15, cancros: cancellos, and Paulus 46, 2, caznci dicebazntur ab antiquis quti nunc er dinzinutionenz cantcelli. - i0o6. Cf. Prod. 97, ca/ite absoluto: caiitis peri- culo liberalus. - i08. 1. casses: nom. pl.; see Neue Formenlehre I. p. 385. - 109. Cf. CHARISTIA.- 110. 1. capulum; cf. Paul. 61, 12, Caulumc et manubriutm gladii vocatur et

id quzo mortui efferuntur utrumque a capiendo dictum. See 112. Serv. lEn. XI. 64, fcretruom locus ubi mortui feruntur . . . Latine capulus dicitur. - III. 1. capides; cf. Loewe G. N. 137. - II2. 1. spathae; cf. 11o and De Vit. - 113. Cf. CAPERATA. - II4. Cf. Paul. 47, 8, Carinantes trobra obiectantes, a carina dicti quae est infi za tars navis; sic illi sortis infinae; Serv. lEn. VIII. 36I, carinare autem est obtrectare, Ennius contra carinantes verba atque obscena profatus alibi neque me decet hanc carinantibus edlere chartis; cf. Prod. I4. -I I5. Bod. canier leno. Loewe Prod. 306 f, quotes this gloss from several glossaries, in some of which leo occurs; Cod. Leidensis I9i3 has career leo catoleos, where ca/oleos seems to belong to a new gloss; the liber glossarum has canziet: leno. Loewe's conjecture that can/iereo or camerleo or canietleno stands for canelleo, i. e.

xatLaLXov, is most probable (cf. cameleon, 14I ), otherwise one might think that canie/rleno or canicteno was a corruption of cant/iena: cantelena; cf. 139, cantus: cantellena, and compare Plac. 28, 6, cantilenas, fraudes dolosque. - ii6. 1. casnar senex, Bod. caenar senex; cf. Plac. 24, 6, casnzar, senex, 29, 8, caszari seni, Oscorzet liingua. Paul. 47, 12.

Epin. 7 A I9, cassinur: senex.- 11I7. -= KakabiaTKO. - 18. Cf. KapVi0KOC, used in the

Septuagint for KapVlVa Kepdta Lat. carenariae. The gloss given by Mai. VII. 553, Calazostros, iscos vel cariscos quasi i/n nzzcis meodun deformatos, is evidently a confusion of this and the previous gloss.- 119. 1. caudices . . radices. - 12I. Cf. Serv. lEn. XII.

oo. - 122. 1. observa. - 123. One might be tempted to read acinacem (this form occurs Arnob. VI. II), but by so doing we should lose a very good illustration of the way in

which glosses were collected. In Servius lEn. I. 75 (Thilo.) we read errant namque qui dicunt ideo 'pulchra' dixisse propter Canzacen (canaceme L. cavacem M) et Macareum

(maclareum BM) in se invicem turpissimos fratres, etc. Some stupid gloss-hunter read hlere canacene est maclearezm ; and interpreted cizaclzareczinm, i. e. oeachzaerium (cf. ntaclerio Plaut. Aul. 393), by gladiz-tinz, a more familiar word. In the same way, our very next gloss, 124, capessere: capere [invadere] frequenter, is an alteration of Servius note to AEn. I. 77, " ca/essere autem est saepe ca/ere." Here he substituted frequenter for saee. - I25. 1.

scopula, which Hild. C 59 changes to scopuli, but the neuter was doubtless vulgar, as /Nde- u7e and sarcop/hagum; cf. Ronsch. p. 270 f. - 126. Perhaps originally there were two

glosses, callidus: astutus and calliditas: as/utia. - 127. 1. sollicitus. - 129. cf. CANICU-

LARIS.- 132. 1. succensa.- I33. 1. consessus; cf. Serv. Aen. V. 340, cavea consessues est populi. - 135. Cf. Prod. 258 and Nonius 45, 28, Calcitrones, qui infestant calcibus

(Plaut. Asin. I. 3, I).- -136. 1. CEONOMYIA. - I37. ? caristeum = carysteum; cf. IDe

Vit caristeum: marnaoris genus dictum quod gratum sit sczltoribus (Gloss. Pap.).- I38. 1. calones: galearii; cf. Prod. 45. - 140. 1. caulae: cancellum; cf. above, 70.- 141. 1. chamaeleon . humilis.- 142. 1. lentis consimile.- I43. 1. caltha; cf. Plac. 22, 9,

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Calta, genus quoddam floris vel herbae. - I44. So Epin. 7 A I;, and Amp. 280, 40; cf. Hild. D. 402 note, "Duvium: clanculum ambiguum .... S. Germ. clangulum mane, ubi lux dubia est." See, however, Censorinus 24, secundum diluculum vocatur

mane, where D has SeLUCULUM. Read therefore diluculum: mane.- I45. 1. claudier; cf. Ter. And. 573. - I46. Cf. Plac. 22, 2, classicum canit, celeuma navis dicit, Serv. Aen. VII. 637, classiczum dicimus et tubam ipsam et sonum. For celeuma and celeusma cf. Saalfeld's Tensaurus. - I48. 1. clangor. - I49. 1. occultae. - 150. . 1. , TvX (so Goetz).

151. 1. claudire: claudicare, or clandire: clandicare; cf. Prod. 357. -I53. I doubt the ex- istence of a verb classicare, perhaps for classica [sonan]t; cf. Verg. Aen. VII. 637. -

154. 1. chaos. - I55. 1. crapula: ebrietas. - I56. 1. clarigatio. - I58. 1. serraturae. -

i60. = TbyV Oiov. I60 and I63 constituted, I think, originally one gloss Kairep Tbv 4iAov:

superque amicum, the amicum was perhaps written above the line for lack of room, and so two independent glosses sprang up. - I6I. 1. finis sermonis. - I63.. clava. - I66. 1. chelys. - 167. Cf. Isid. Or. VII. I2, 2, Propterea ergo dicti clerici qui de sorte sunt do- mini.- 68. = K--Xpov6eoos. - 170. Cf. Nonius 20, 13. -

I72. 1. gliscit: crescit, taken from

Serv. Aen. XII. 9, Glzscit crescit, et latenter, unde et glires dicti sunt quos pingues efficit

somnus; cf. Paul. 98, 9. - I74. 1. paralyticus. - I75. Cf. above p. Ioo - 177. 1. ceruchis; cf. Lucan VIII. 177. - I78. Loewe Prod. 364 thinks this a corruption of 184, clues:

polles; perhaps these were the steps, Julles, plules, fluvies, zluvia. - I80. 1. clepsydra per quod horae colliguntur. - 182. Cf. Ball. clibanus fornax vel furnus, and De Vit, Clibanus argenteus; firnus mobilis placentis et panibus coquendis aptus, alias ex testa,

ferro vel aere fiebat, Gloss. ad Petron. Sat. 35. 1. furnus testeus? cf. Isid. Or. XX. 2, 15, clibanitius in testa coctus. - 183. 1. CHIROGRAPHUM. - I84. Cf. Prod. 364. - I85. Cf. CLIBANARIUS and Hild. C I o. - 86. Cf. CLIMACTER. - I87. 1. zona; cf. A 298. -- 88. Cf. CLYPEUS (Forcellini De Vit III.). - I89. 1. caelebs. -191. Cf. xepvtJ and De Vit under chernibs.- 194. 1. celoces: veloces, used as adj. by Plautus. - I95. 1. caenum . putridum. - 196. Perhaps a repetition of 190o or a corruption of caelestinus. - 197. 1. caeruleus. - 198. 1. celeber: frequens. - I99. De Vit gives Caecua et caecuma: noc- tua quae lucem fugit, Miiller, Ed. Festus Corollarum Glossarum p. 381, has Cicuma avis noctua. 1. cicuma = KLK-v- KLKVUO ,; cf. Saalfeld's Tensaurus. - 206. 1. uxore . . . caelo; cf. Paul. 44, 5, Caelibenm dictum existimant quod dignam caelo vitam agant. This ety- mology was repeated by Donatus, Priscian, Hieronymus, Beda, and Isidorus. - 207. 1. cerastes. - 208. 1. est caelicola. - 209. 1. caerimonium. - 210. 1. minutorum. - 211. 1. Cananaeus (or Chananaeus): possidens sive possessio, ita autem dictus Simon a vico Cana; cf. Isid. Or. VII. 6, 12, Cainam lamentatio vel possessio eorum: sicut enimn Cain fossessio, etc. Cf. Onomasticon under Cain, Cainan, Chananaei, and Cana. There seenis to have been a confusion of Cana and Canaan. - 214. 1. caerula; cf. Serv. Aen. III. 64, Veteres sane caeruleum nigrumr accipiebant. - 217. 1. ciccum; cf. above p. I31. - 218. Cf. Mai. VI. 512, Caei; iudicatores, and 530, Kaii; cancelli (an hunc spectet, vi- derint doctiores, De Vit). Cei iudicatores Gloss. Sangerm. Kays: cancelli. (De Vit). Diez connects fr. quai with Kays. The gloss cancelli would seem to point to an identifi- cation with I40, caule: cavellum ante iudicem, and 70, caulae [cancelli tribunalis] ubi sunt advocati. caule dropping the u, as augustus, agustus, would give cale, which, palae- ographically, is very nearly caei, = cei; but I think Cei may refer to Cic. Div. I. 130, and the gloss was taken from the same source as 227. Notice that Cei is followed by cere and Cea by cerealia. - 2I9. 1. Ceres. - 220. 1. chelidon (xexAi6v) hirundo. - 22I. 1. cercurus. In Stich. 413, A has CIRCULO, B C D, cercuro. - 222. 1. Cimmerias, silvas. - 223. 1. caenum: luti vorago; cf. Isid. Or. XVI. i, 2, Coenum est vorago luti. - 224. 1. certiscat; cf. Nonius 89, 20, certiscant, certa fiant Pacuvius chryse. "Atque eccos unde certis- cant," but Rebbeck reads certiscent. Perhaps certiscat to be read. - 225. 1. Cecropidae: Athenienses; cf. Serv. Aen. VI. 2I. - 226. 1. CEDRON. - 227. Cf. Serv. Georg. I. I4. - 232 and 233. Cf. CERASTES, Saalfeld Tensaurus. - 234. 1. CERRITUS . . . commo- tione cerebri; cf. Paul. 54, 14, cerritus, furiosi. - 238. 1. ac si. - 239. 1. cecinit. - 243. 1. censuit: deliberavit. - 244. 1. cerebro . . habet. - 245. 1. chelydrus. - 246. Cf. Serv. Aen. X. 894, cernuus dicitur equus qui cadit in faciem. - 247 and 249. Cf. KCvo-

oF-a. - 248. Cf. Verg. Aen. V. 778. - 250. 1. succumbit. - 252. 1. caespes; cf. Plac.

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23, 2, caespites, frutices, etc. - 254. 1. commentum. - 260. Cf. 155; cf. Amplon. 290,

279, and 298S, crapula nausia potunz vel indigestio and crapulatus: vino obrutus. Here we probably have a confusion of two glosses, cracpulatus: inebriatus and crapzula(n) nau- sia ob pozrnzt; but the form crapalamz may be retained referring to Pseud. 1270, or Most. IIo8; cf. Plac. 24, 8, crapula, cruzditas levis. - 263. 1. crepundia. - 264. 1. crebro; compare It. spesso. - 265. Cf. Bod. creoidinemr: sumnzita/enz rijarum . . Plac. 2o0 3, crepido, saxi extremitas rimata et czizuslibet rei alterius. See Hild. C 483 note, where H. emends rima to rita. - 266. 1. spissavit. - 267. 1. generat. - 268. Loewe Prod. 406 proposes to read creterae: incertae, dubiae, which he admits to be " medela audacissima." Cf. Paul. 52, I8, Creperumr: dzubium zunde increpitare dicimus quia nzaledicta fere in- certa et dubza sunt. I am inclined to think that in corp[ore dub]itare is in some way a corruption of increpitare of Paulus; cf. Hild. C. 485. - 269. Compare the fuller gloss cited by Loewe 1. c;, which begins, Crepusculum temtus inter finern noctis et initiurn diei. -270. Cf. also Serv. Aen. I. 268, (crepzusculum) est dubia lux nam ' creperunt ' dubiumn significat. - 273. 1. chrisma. - 274. 1. cristatus; cf. Verg. Aen. 1. 468, cristatus 4Aczil- les, but there is probably a confusion of two glosses; cf. CHRISMO. - 275. 1. crinitior. - 276. 1. crocitus; cf. Loewe G. N. 250 f. - 278. Cf. Paulus 55, Io, Crustumina tribus a Tuscorum urbe Crustusnena t dicta est; cf. Serv. Verg. Georg. II. 88, Crustunzina sunt pyra . . . ab oppido Crustumio, and Aen. VII. 63I, Crustunmerium dicitur; cf. Onomas- ticon. - 280. 1. cycneum or cygneum. - 28I. So explained by Serv. Aen. VIII. 642. -

282. 1. Cynthia. - 283. 1. cito tramite: cursu refers to Aen. V. 6Io. - 285. 1. circum- saeptus. - 286. 1. circumplexus. - 287. Ball. civicans: civem faciens. 1. civicat; cf. cIVIco and Loewe G. N. I64, where, however, from Ambr. B. 3I, civitat: civem facit, he accepts civitare, which Hild. C. 95 n. rightly condemns. - 289. Cf. Lucan iII. 228, Itque Cilix iusta iam non pirata carina, and Hild. C 83. - 290. Cf. Hild. C 92. 1. cisium; but perhaps cirsiznm was the original form, whence cissium, cisiunm, which would account for rhotacism not taking place. - 29I. 1. praeiudicium. - 292. ? cinxere. - 393. 1. ceu tax- us; cf. De Vit. - 294. Cf. 290. - 295. Cf. Serv. Aen. III. 64 and 68o. 1. cyparissus: cupressus. - 296. 1. cytisum. - 30X. 1. cicatricem. - 302. 1. CIIILIARCHUS. Tribunus qui mille contribulibus praeest; cf. Epin. 6 E 25, ciliarc,lus qui mille traeest, and Ball. ciliarchius qui mille praeest hominibus. - 303. 1. cycni: poetae. - 305. Cf. Isidor. Or. XV. 2, I. - 306. The lemma (probably cieo) corresponding to voco has dropped out. -

307. 1. cicur. - 308. 1. mitigare; cf. Hild. C 8I n. - 3Io. 1. civica. - 3I2. 1. Cyllenius. - 34. Cf. Loewe G. N. I 5 , I cod. Cassinensis 4395 circie: radia solis (fort. Circe . filia solis, quamquam mira sane est triti vocabuli corruptela et parum congruit quod Ambros B

3T sup. circiae radiaus solis exhibet; radii Vat. 14681); cf. Verg. Aen. VII. io, Circacae raduntur litora terrae, and I9, where Servius says, Circe autem ideo solis fingitur jilia. - 316. See above, p. I32. - 320. 1. Chimaera. - 321. 1. gyrus; so 326. - 323. 1.

citrarius(?): pomarius, i. e. fruit-seller. - 324. Cf. Hild. C 96 n., who reads civitas, but Mai aptly compares the Ital. civita vecchia, etc. - 325. 1. senator. - 327. Cf. above, p. I34. - 329. 1. huc ad nos. - 330. 1. CERCOPITHECUS simile simiae. - 33I. 1. quiri-

tat; cf. Prod. 3t6 f. Nonius 2I, i8, and Varro L. L. VI. 68; cf. Donatus Ter. Ad. 2, I, I, veteres quiritari dicebant, Quirites conclanzare. - 332. 1. cynici . . . vitam; cf. Cic. Orator 3, 17. The next gloss, perhaps, ought to be joined with this. Cf. Isid. Or. VIII. 6, I4, . . . Unzde et a canibus, quorum vitam imitabantur etiam vocabaulurn nomenzque traxerunt. - 334. 1. cidaris for talli/us masc.; see Appel p. 92, 1. bysso . . . nostri tiaram. - 339. 1. cothurnum. - 341. Cf. above, 90go.- 342., 1. cohibet. - 344. 1. coa-

cervat. -345. 1. punit. - 346. 1. affines; cf. Isidor. Or. IX. 6, 2. - 347. 1. congiarium. - 352. 1. ambulavit. - 353- 1. commixtio. - 36I. 1. coereeo. - 362. 1. cors, for which chors is later orthography; cf. Nonius 83, 14, "1 chortes sunt villarum intra maceriam spa- tia," and Varro L. L. V. i6. - 362. 1. nutritur. - 364. 1. c(h)ors. See Beck, p. 47, Inter cors et chors: cortes sunt rusticorum, caortes mrilitunr castra. - 365. Cf. Prod. 277, Plaut. Trin. 743, Columem te sistero. - 369. 1. collega: socius. - 370. 1. colaphizat . . caedit. - 373.' Cf. Nonius 55, I8, Culinazn (colinam) veteres coquinam dixerunt, quoting Plaut. Most. I. - 374. = catax; see 34. - 375- 1. virga quae per cochleam volvitur. -

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used by Tertullian (sanus-animi?). - 380. 1. participem, similem; cf. 379; cf. Non. 456 20, Conzpoten in bonam partem solum accipi putatur, quum et in mala positum sit, Plau- tus Epidico (IV. 1, 32) . . . Naevius Danae. eam nunc scis inventam probri compotem. - 382. See above, p. I33. - 385. 1. commoratio; cf. Cic. ad Fam. VI. 19, et villa et amoe- nitas illa commorationis, non diversorii. - 389. 1. cumulatius. - 390. Cf. Plac. 22, I6, comesationes, convivia et scribimus uno m et uno s; Hild. C I7I n. comersatio luxuria vel convivia mneretricoroumn est. 1. convivia meretricum. - 39I. compos mentis is for compos voti. Plac. L. G. 14, 22, compos cuius coamlpetum est desiderium. - 391. (The reading iuxia is not certain on account of erasures in the MS. Kaegi). Cf. Hild. C 3o0 n. and Serv. Georg. I. 104, Veteres enimz non in tcmipore, sed in loco comminus Jonebant, i. e. izxta. - 393- = 403.- 394- 1. commercium. - 395- recrastinare is used by Pliny and Columella. recrastinatio is cited by De Vit Lex. from Hilarius Libell. 5, and from other glossaries. -

401. Cf. Prod. 327. comesurus: mand2ucaturTs. Lucilius quoted by Nonius 479, 2, uses comomanducatur and comest in the same verse. Whether an active verb comtesare existed may be doubted. There may be some confusion with coimisor, comessor. - 402. Cf. Paul. 41, 1, comopernes nominantur homines genibus plus iusto coniunctis, "Nonius 25, 25, compernes dicitur longis pedibus." I. calcibus, and cf. cacitronzes. - 403. Cf. COMESTIO (De Vit). -405. 1. commode. - 406. 1. commodius: utilius. - 407. Perhiaps a confusion of two glosses commentum: adinventio (cf. 424) and commentarium: expositio. - 408. 1. com- menticias: adinventicias, which is not given by Lex. - 409. 1. comites itineris id est oratio et gratia ? -4I 4. Perhaps comi#ia is the reading of the MS. (Kaegi notes ' der Streich fiur m fast unsichtbar '). 1. comitia . . . honorurn; cf. Hild. C 172, n. for other similar glosses. -4I2. 1. comitium. - 413. 1. compita . . . quadrivia. - 416. The letters are very in- distinct, but the gloss evidently = 434- 4I8. 1. commenta. - 424. Cf. 407. 1. com- mentatio ? (but commune mendacium may be an attempt at an etymology; cf. 418 and 42I.

commentu/z in the sense of commentariunm is shown by Paucker to have been used already by Columella VII. 5, 17, "Bolus Mendesius, cuius commenta quae appellantur Graece, brolv,ika-ra." - 425. - Hild. C 314 n. cites and defends conJertitor: amicus, but there seems to be a direct reference to Cic. de Offic. i, 12, Dum civi aliter contendimus, si est inimicus, aliter si comJetitor. - 430. 1. complodere; so Bod. - 431. 1. honos = digni- tas; for the various titles into whichl comes enters see Forcellini De Vit Lex. - 432. Dio- medes (K. L p. 488 f.) gives a great variety of derivations for comocedia, which it is unneces- sary to state here. Among them "'ab urbana KWI.~L Kacti oW comoedia dicta est," and ' sunt qui velint Epicharmum in Co . . . hoc carmen frequentasse, et sic a Co comoediam dici." Our gloss is probably very much abridged from a fuller one. In the MS. co is written above cer I think as correction. Without much change we may read comoedia: significatio morum singulorum a come et ode tracta v (vel) quia fit in Co. - 433. Cf. COMMULCO.-

434. 1. consecrat; for a tendency to insert r in the neighborhood of another r see examples cited by Seelmann Aussprache des Latein p. 330, draucus, frus/ron, cretariae, EJihra- Ire, Marcrinius. - 437. 1. compascere. - 438. 1. confertum; cf. CONFERTUS. - 440. confecit(?). - 44i. 1. coniectio; cf. Bod. coniectio, coniectura, aestimatio, arbitrium, but conitio ='conicio may originially have belonged to a previous gloss; cf. Bod. conicio, arbitror aesti,no reor, oiinor, and Hild. C 278 n. -445. 1. iudicium synodale. - 446. 1. coniecit.- 447. Cf. Bod. contritio: mota. Ellis conjectures mola. Cf. PLAGA in its ecclesiastical use.- 448. Cf. CONSITUM = consertum in Claudian, Cons. Honor VI. 48. -452. 1. coniectio; cf. 44I. -455- 1. congestio. -456. 1. CONNEXE. -457. 1. coniventia. - 458. 1. tribu. - 46o. 1. contiguus.-462. 1. contionatur: adloquitur.-463. consulit: consilium.-465. Cf. CONDENSUm and De Vit. - 467. 1. commixtum, coagulatum. -468. 1. conubia. - 469. confertum should not be changed to consertum. - 477. 1. concitus.- 479. 1. conciliat.- 480. 1. conlibescit; cf. Sittl De Linguae Latinae verbis incohativis Archiv. I. p. 471. -

48I. Cf. CONDIARIUM and Loewe G. N. 152. -482. 1. consuefacit. -485. 1. coniventibus. -490. 1. habitus. - 49I. 1. contabescit. - 493. 1. controversia. -494. 1. concinunt ... a cantando; cf. Plac. 22, o10.- 495. 1. concinunt. -496. Cf. Prod. 14 f. where conivoli: con- cordes, coniuncti is compared with Paul. 42, I, Conivoli oculi sunt in ango.stum coacti cooi- ventibusJba/pebris. -501 . 1. conlustrans refers to Verg. Aen. Ill. 65 1 -502. For cubiczlus m. cf. Appel. p. 85. -50o3. 1. colluvionem: collectionem. -504. 1. acliungere; cf. Plac. 20

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20, conclassare, classem iungere. - 507. 1. collybum; cf. COLLYBUS.- 509. 1. coniun- gar or componar? - 512. 1. concors: consentaneus; cf. 5I5 and Hild. c 346. - 514. 1. transacta.- 516. 1. ceteris, the form is interesting; cf. jeiero, periero, deiero. - 521. Cf. CONTINUO, where De Vit speaks of medical use for purdurare. 1. perdurat(ur) con- gregatur. The I = J stands phonetically for di. - 525. 1. in unum volumen condensati. - 527. 1. conserimus. - 528. 1. congiarium quod in populum erogatur. - 529. 1. con- tiguus. - 534. 1. debilia. - 536. 1. convexa; cf. Paul. 58, I8, Convexum est ex omni )arte declinatuin, qualis est natura coeli, quod ex omni parte ad terram versus declina- turn est. - 541. 1. conlineati. - 542. 1. contractus: cautio, pactum. - 543. Cf. Nonius 38, I s, Convivziones, compotores, a bibendo dicti, Lucilius lib. XXVI. Quandoquidem rep- peri magnis combibonum ex copiis; cf. Prod. 320. - 545. 1. lucrum. - 546. corn is given in MS. with the usual abbreviation for con, 1. quom or quo; cf. Isid. Or. V. 31, 8, Con- ticinium est, quando omnia silent. - 548. 1. consummat (for one m in Inscr. see Forcel- lini De Vit), finit. - 549. Cf. De Vit. 1. confertum. - 552. 1. consuetudo; cf. Prod. 257 and Plaut. Amph. I. 2, 28; cf. CONIECTUS and Ter. And. 4, I, 44. - 560. Hildebrand C

333 emends to confercire, but I think it a case of dittography. Compare such expres- sions as conserere verba and conferre verba. But possibly as we find vulgar forms like

feris, proferis, sufferit, etc. (Ronsch p. 286) a vulgar infinitive conferere may have ex- isted formed like conserere. - 564. 1. collybum: KcepacTtov, as in Gloss. Isid., so emended by Hild. C 294 n.; cf. 507. - 567. 1. contactus; cf. Hild. C 373 n. - 568. concertari oc- curs in Vulgate; see Lex. - 570. Cf. Verg. Aen. 1. 310. - 571. 1. conspicantur. - 574. 1. cognitor. - 575- 1. commanipularis; mnp for mm seems somewhat analogous to the Ro- mance forms cambera, stombaco, cocombaro (rmb for m) mentioned by Schuchardt III. p. 96. - 579. 1. chronos. - 582. Cf. Hild. C 449. - 583. 1. corylos; cf. Macrob. III. 18, 5, Nux abellana . . . ex arbore est quae dicitur corylus; Serv. Georg. II. 65, Sane coryli proprie dicuntur. Nam avellanae ab Avellano Campaniae oppido, etc. - 585. Refers of course to the well known metaphorical use of horn common also in Hebrew. - 588. Bod. cossam: divinans. Amplon. 288, 165, cossam: divinam. Loewe Prod. 342 proposes cossens = con- sens: divinans, but the word is Hebrew. Cf. Cosam, which De Vit Onomasticon derives from Hebrew kasam h. e. divinavit ut divinantem signifi -5ce . 589 1. cothurnum: calci- amentum. - 590. 1. coruscum; cf. Serv. Aen. I. i64, 'silvarum coruiscarum id est cris-

tantium.' --59I 1. corymbata; cf. De Vit and CORYMBUS. - 592. 1. splendor. -593. 1. infamat, vituperat. - 595. Notice use of the pl. infantiis. - 596. 1. cortina. - 598. 1. with Amplon. 290, 304, curio: qui pronuntiat popuo.-600o. 1. cuneus (or concur- sus?): densus populus, turma hominum. - 603. 1. culex. De Vit gives only one example of zinzala from Cassiod. Psalm. 104 v. 31, Cini2phes, genus est culicum fixis aculeis per- molestum, quas vulgus consuevit vocare zinzalas; but the vulgar name has survived in It. zamzara and Sp. zenzalo. -605. 1. cuditur; cf. Paul. 62, 5, cudere a caedendo dictum. -607. 1. scalpere or sculpere, perhaps a confusion of two glosses culere = colere: studi- ose agere, facere, and cudere: scalpere. - 6o8. 1. curulis sella. - 6og. 1. cultus. - 6 I. 1. hastae. - 613. 1. cymba or cumba; cf. Saalfeld Tensaurus. - 64. Cf. Serv. Georg. I.

321, cuZlmus est ipse calamus. - 615. Cf. Verg. Aen. III. 564, tollimur in caelum curvato

gurgite, where Servius Gurgite pro fluctu. 1. erecto fluctu. - 6i6. 1. cursim. - 6I7 and

619ig. I do not know how to explain gilionibus and gillone. - 622. culeus is written on the margin by second hand. 1. culeus . . . ex sparto in modum aeronis quae liniebatur

. . homicidae . . . serpente . . . insuti mittebantur . . . mare . . . inter se qui odisse

se dicuntur abinvicem, homo maioribus poenis afficiebatur; cf. De Vit and CULEUS.


i and 2. Cf. glosses cited by Hild. D 8n. and DANUS -= Gk. advoe. I think it may still be doubted whether danus was used for danista == avewT4s,. The original gloss may have been danos: fenus id quod feneratur. danista: fenerator; cf. Festus 68, 14, da-

nzisiaefenera/ores. -5. 1. DRACONTIA. -6. 1. senex. -7. 1. a dapibus; cf. Hild. D so

f.-9. 1. dammae; capreae; cf. 12 and Verg. Georg. III. 539.-II. 1. Dabir: oracu-

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Cf. Amplon. 295, IO. Damzarn, genusferae capreo similis. - 13. 1. decalogum: decem verba legis. verba = A6yo;; cf. De Vit, Decalogia: decem Iraecepta domini. - I6. 1. delibo; cf. Loewe G. N. I13. - I7. 1. lavit. - I8. 1. unctus; cf. Plac. 34, 2 and 6. - 22. Cf. Paul. 73, Io. Delquumt apud Plautum signiffcat minus (cf. Cas. II. 2, 33); but here we should read deliguium; cf. Paul. 73, 9; but especially Serv. Aen. IV. 390, " Gellius Annalium deliquium solis et delicionem dicit quod Vergilius defectuzs solis." - 24. con- fusion of two glosses. Delenitus: depacatus, and delibutus (delivutus) or delitus: unctus. Dej5acare is not given by Lexx. Hild. D 98 gives deliniti, placati; so that perhaps we should read deplacatus. - 25. Cf. Loewe G. N. I50. - 25. 1. dilata: in longum. - 29. Perhaps for debellata: expugnata (cf. Ovid Met. IV. 604 and Hor. Od. I. i8, 8), although of course debella might be imperative. See also Debellum (= Dzuellun) bellurn ve/lugna, cited by De Vit. - 30. 1. dilabunt(ur ?), for an active form of this verb I have found no evidence; but compare labascit, and Bod. delabere, deficere, delabunt, deficiunt. - 3- = 22. 35 (e in rasura, i above line). 1. deliberat. - 37. 1. dehiscens .. . ianuas; cf. Verg. Aen. VI 52. - 42. 1. destinatio. - 43. 1. destinata. - 44. Cf. Bod. defeneravit: ditavit and Prod. 380. --45. 1. devinctissimum. - 48. Cf. Prod. 375 and 38I, and Sittl. Archiv, I. p. 527. 50. Cf. DECENTARIUS and DICENTARIUS. - 5. 1. deterrimium; cf. Serv. Georg. IV. 89. 5eior a malo dicitur, deterior a meliore. - 57. 1. dediticius . . . provincia . . . aliam tradit; but perhaps daticius; cf. Prod. 380. - 58. 1. inclinatus. - 59. Cf. DEFLO ; for active dedigno see Harpers' and Georges. - 6o. 1, detegit ; cf. I04. - 63. 1. subiectus. - 64. Cf. Paul. 70, 5, dedita, intelligitzur valde data. -66. Cf. Paul. 7I, 8, devitare: valde vitare; but here I think devio should be read. - 68. 1. dependendi. - 71.? I am doubtful whether the MS. reads deo or seo; cf. Paul 65, ii, deteculatus a tecore dicitur. Qui enim totulum fraudat, teculatus joeena tenetur. - 72. 1. senex; the e above the line by second hand. - 73. 1. obstipuit. - 74. 1. luget. - 75. 1. dimicat. - 79. Neither dernenticus (dementicius?) nor amenticus are given by Lexx. - 82. 1. ligatus.- 83. 1. defessus.- 84. 1. vellicare.- 87. 1. detrahens, vituperans. - 88. 1. detractat (de- trectat) valde tractat; cf. Hild. D 175 n., and Fronto ad. M. Caes. 3, 8; Paulus 74, 2. detrectare est male tractare. - 9gi. 1. defluunt.- 92. 1. depascit . . . degustat.- 93. Ellis compares Ball, defieta: j/lorata; and suggests also very ingeniously, reading destpe- rata, that def/eta may be the negative of fretus. But compare the following glosses which I owe to him: Ball. defretum guod defrudatur et quasifraudembatiatur; Ball. defretum dictum eo quod coquendo arescat; Bod. defretum saetae 5assum. De Vit gives Defreta: desterata. Gloss. ad. Att. Polypt. p. 58. Mai. Defrictum vinum, vocatur, sata ut in libro antiquo. Gloss. MS. and Hild. D 6i, defretum, sa5a, tassumn. Although defruta (cf. Verg. Georg. IV. 269) was doubtless the earlier orthography, derived by VaniVek from defruere = defervere, yet the later spelling seems to have been defreta after the popular etymology, from deferveo (cf. Georges' Lex.). So Porphy. Hor. Carm. I. x4, I9,

freta dicuntur qfuod semnjer ferveant. Nonius, 552, 18, quotes Varro, "Sa.pam appella- bant quod de musto ad mediam partem decoxerant; defrutum (defretum, Codd.) si ex duabus partibus ad tertiam redegerant defervefaciendo." Possibly, therefore, we ought to read de sa(pa) parata for disperata. But what seems to me a more probable emenda- tion is suggested by a note which I find in Lion's edition of Servius, Georg. IV. 269, 270, "Burm. Defruta, vina decocta et defraudata eroerio sapore." Desatorata (cf. SAPORA-

TUS) may have been used for defraudata sapore (compare the earlier use of deargentare), and would easily be corrupted into desiperata, dis5erata (see I85 disipet); but Ellis's explanation is much simpler. - 96. Cf. De Vit, Detlendere: de ileno deducere, and Hild. D 120, 1. deplere: de pleno ducere (or deducere. Hild. emends to reducere).- 97. 1. manifesta; cf. Ball, dejalata: manifesta; cf. Prod. 44.- 98. Perhaps for duellio; cf. Prod. 384, but possibly an independent word, standing in the same relation to debellare as duellio to duellare bellare. - 99. 1. pigritia. - Ioi. cf. DENUS.- I03. Cf. Bod. degeneris generi suo dissimilis. - 107. 1. gluttit. - io8. 1. delevit; tollit must be perfect here (unless due to confusion with I02); cf. tollisse, Dig. XLVI. 4, 13, 4, and perhaps in Persius, 4. 2% where the editors say the present is used for perf. - iio. 1. decidit: ce- cidit; cf. Verg. Aen. V. 517. - I13. 1. denudat. - xI6. 1. deicit. - iI8. cf. DIGLA-

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disperse. - 121. 1. demetam: praecidam. - I22. 1. divellit; cf. Hor. Ep. I. Io, IS, divel- lit sormnos cura, where Acron compares Georg. III. 530, nec somenos abruny5et. - I24. 1 conligavit. - 127. Cf. Plac. 35, 9, depudescenen n: imudentenz.- 128. 1. desaevit

. . .

ab; cf. Verg. Aen. X. 569, sic toto Aenzea desaevit, etc., where Servius autem hic valde saevit, alias saevire desinit; see also Lucan V. 303. - I29. 1. valde. - 130. 1. non decet; so Plac. 33, 7. - I31. Cf. DEDECORUS. - 1I32. 'Cf. Bod. delictus depulszs vel vcruclatus quod dicitur (the first part of which Loewe G. N. IIj shows to be for delicus: depulsus); Phill. delictzus verrucatus, 1. delectus(?): verruculatus (so Papias); cf. Columella, 7, 6, 2,

Caper cui sub maxillis binae verrzuczulae collo dependent optimus habetur; cf. Palladius Nov. 13, 7, Sed caper eligendus, cui sub maxillis duae videntur pendere verrzculae, etc. Loewe i. c. errs in emending verruclatzus to zernula or vernacellus. - I33. 1. defaecatum. - I34. Cf. DELUBRUM, Hild. D 104 n., Serv. Aen. II. 225, and IV. 56. 1. in ingressu

. aquae . . . a deluendo id est lavando, probably an abbreviation of a much longer gloss. - 135. 1. dimissus. - I37. 1. foedae formae. - I39. 1. dehiscit: aperit. - I40. See

above, p. I38. - I42. 1. depravatum. - I43. Bod. depsaces genus serpentum; cf. Hild. D 262, perhaps the plural forml was glossed here; cf. Luc. IX. 6io, 1. dipsades. - I44. 1. ignavus. - 145. 1. divulgat: publicat. - I47. Cf. EVACUARE. - 150. 1. deierat. - I5I. Is despirat corrupt orthography for desterat, and has the form influenced the etymology, or shall we keep *de-sAirat? - I53. 1. decuncem: decem unciarum; cf. Hild. D I93, Deuncem, decemz unzcias. Buecheler Archiv. I. Io8, quotes Agroecius (Keil VII. p. IIo) dezuncem decem zuncias dicimus, diuncemn, undecim, and shows that deuznx was in regular use for (Iecuzzx before 450. In Pers. V. 149, he thinks deunices is for decuznces. - 154. 1. defetiscit: defricat; cf. De Vit under Defatisco.- I56. 1. delibat: praecerpit (cf. PRAE- CERPTUS) degustat.- I58. Cf. Bod. defra/et. gquzi mainuit quod frugi debuerat. Perhaps defruit is to be kept despite this gloss and De Vit defrudat, defrauzdat vel nzinuzit; cf. DEFRUO and DEFRUTUN. - I6o. cessa/ is also used for departing from the right way; cf. Lexx. - I6i. Probably for destitutus, cf. 164; yet desistere is used in active sense. Apul. Met. 4.- I65. destica/is, from sjica, is confirmed by Bod. des/icatz/ur, decolaLuzr. Ellis suggests strained off,' and so cleared, but compare De Vit Dis/ecatis: dccoria/is, Gloss. Isid. Ball. despicat/us: aider/us. Du Cange gives desticare, E s ica educere, seofarare.- I67. 1. with Bod. deciduum quod cito decidit. - I168. 1. delationes.- I72. Cf. above, p. I33. - 173. 1. despectus: contemptus. This enigmatical gloss is explained by Ball Dina media Joles/as herbarzum vis et ossibili/as nam in herbarum cura vis ipsa dinamis dicitur undo et dinamedia nuncuat/ur ubi eorum medicine scribuntur; cf. De Vit uinder Dyna- midia, and in Lex. DYNAMIIA.- 175. Perhaps for delatus: advectus or? adductus.- 177. Cf. Isidor. Or. I. 63, I, ElIzemeris namque appellatur uniuzs diei gestio. Hoc apud nos Diarium vocatur. Diarium would therefore be the more correct reading. For the plural cf. Hild. D 20I, diaria: cotidiana salaria and Diaria: cibzus unius diei. - i8o. 1. diiudicat.- i8xI. 1. destinat. - 183. 1. diffisus.- I85. 1. desidem.- I86. 1. desipit: sapere desinit. - I9I. 1. diluculum.- 193. Cf. De Vit derivatoriuzm, casellumn ex quo aqzuae in diversas urbis tar/es derivantur, and under diribitariumz, and divisi/orizum. Ball diriva- torium: locus contubernii. 1. diribitoriumz; cf. De Vit and Hild. D 269 n. contubernii emended by Oehler to Campi Martii has not yet been explained. - 199. 1. deformiis, from DIFORMIS to DIERMIS, only the dropping out of the O is neccessary; cf. Loewe G. N. I5 j, " Num [as] chemus: turpis ?" which seems to me highly improbable; cf. Mon. 621o. deformem: /urpem fedumz, and Beck p. 12, "inter deformne et /ur5e, deforme ad corpus refertur, tur/e ad animum." -202. 1. despectabilis (not given by Lex. = des/icabilis) con- temptibilis, which occurs in Donatus Phorm. 2, 3, 75, and elsewhere. -205. 1. desistet.- 209. 1. disceptatur: litigat(ur).-2IO. Cf. DISCIPULOR.-2II. 1. diluvium.-213. 1.

0on consentiens. -214. 1. discretutmn. - 215. 1. diffugatum. -2I6. Cf. I99.- 217. 1. demolire. -2I8. Cf. 143.-221. Cf. Hierony. Ep. 28, ad Marcellum. Quidam diapsal- ma commutationem metri docuerutnt esse, alii /ausationem sjiri/us. 1. pausatio. -222. 1. consecratio. 223. 1. dissidet. - 226. Cf. dyspnoea and dyspnoicus, here the adj. has taken place of noun. -227. Cf. Prod. 6 and 325, Mai. VI. 52I, Discerniculuzn ornamentum ka/itis virginis. Amplon. 296, 73, Discerniculzum, ornamentum capi/is virginalis ex auro, found in Lucilius XXX. 58, and Varro L. L. V. 129. Also called discriminalis acus by

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Jerome; cf. Isid. Or. XIX. 31, 8, Discriminalis capitis mulierum sunt vocata ex eo, quod caput auro discernant. - 228. 1. ordinat.- 229. 1. derivat. - 231. Cf. 265. 1. not di-

geritur, or disgregatur, but disicitur. Probably disicitur was written diiecitur, hence diiegitur and then dig'egitur; g for i as in degerat, 50. - 233. 1. dirimere. - 234. 1. par- titur. - 236. 1. dissertationes, or perhaps discertationes; cf. Georges s. v.-241. Cf. Nonius 287, 9, distrahere est vendere. - 242. 1. deuncem; cf. note on 153. - 243. 1. dys- colus; cf. Loewe G. N. 107. - 244. Cf. DISPERNO. -245. 1. descriptio: dispositio vel sub licentia an abbreviation I think of a longer gloss; cf. Servius Aen. I. I59, est in secessu

!opotihesia est, id est fictus secundum poeticam licentiam locus . . . nam topographia est rei vera descriptio, but Aen. I. 142, he says sub poetica licentia, for secundum p. 1. - 246. 1. virgis. cf. Ars Am. 2, 209, distenta suis umbracula virgis. - 250. Cf. 140. - 258. I. dives opum refers to Verg. Aen. I. 14.- 259. 1. deversorium.- 260. Cf. Serv. Aen. I. I42, Dicto citius . itius quam dici potest, so emend. - 262. 1. dissimiles; cf. 268.- 264. 1. cottidianus. - 265. Two glosses confused, dissicere = disicere: dissipare and dissecare: in diversa secare. - 266. 1. deriguit (cf. Verg. Aen. III. 259) rigidus . . . frigidus, perhaps factus is omitted. - 269. 1. dissidentes. - 270. Dispicatus must be kept I think; cf. spi- catae faces, which De Vit explains, ligna multi fida: h. e. in usum facnum in tenues

particulas aristarum modo dissecta. - 271. 1. ditior: divitior. doctus is perhaps the

beginning of another gloss. -273. 1. dissensio. - 275. 1. dictitat. - 276. 1. in longum. - 280. Fc- capreus see Priscian (K. I. 13). -283. 1. ascia lapidaria, dolabra; cf. Hild. D 376. -284. Cf. Hild. D 378 n. -285. Cf. Bod. dolopes milites vel duces grecorum, Ball.

dolopes, pyrri milites. Serv. Aen. VII. 664, dolones, dolo est aut flagellum intra cuius vir- gain latet pugio, aut secundum Varronem ingens contus cum ferro brevissimo. There is evidently some confusion with previous gloss. Perhaps Dolones: conti lati per manus; Dolopes: milites pyrrhi. Kaegi notes a rasura above the n of fini. - 286. 1. Donusa; the MS. has e, but the alphabetical order requires o. - 288. 1. Maeniana; cf. Festus 134, Maeniana appellata sunt a Maenio censore, qui primus in Foro ultra columnas tigna proie- cit, quo amniliarentur superiora s/pectacula. Amplon. superiores domus; cf. De Vit. -

290. dumtaxant may have been in vulgar use. - 294. Cf. DUELLIUM. - 298. The ab- breviation before VIII. I do not understand, but the VIII. may be due to some such grammatical gloss as we find Mai. VIII. 64 (Thesaurus), bellum componitur hoc du-

ellum, li et duellium liti * duorum bellum unde hic duellator * ris *i- ille qui duellum

peregit, etc. -299. Cf. Hild. D 394 n.-300. Cf. Plac. 76, 2I, duellum enim dicitur quasi duorum bellum.


I. 1. evangelium.-2. 1. edacitas, rasura in MS. == 7.-3. comissatum for comissatur (tor); cf. Porphyr. Hor. Sat. 2, I, 92, edax; vorax, gluto. -4. 1. edacitas.-6. 1. ?futuri or

praetoris decisio. -7. Cf. Bod. etacitas multae commestiones, and Hild. E 0o, 1. edacitas: multitudo commestionis. - 10. 1. edentat. - 11. 1. effatur. - 13. 1. effertur, or

ecfertur, funus ducitur. -14. Cf. Loewe G. N. 151, effica: adaperire (effeta glossae 'as- bestos ' quod non dubito quin verum sit, cum in interpretamento latere videatur pariendi vocabulum)," but Hildebrand E 31 n. had already recognized in effeta the Hebrew -pheta, which Du Cange explains by adaperire. - 15. 1. ephemeris: cotidiana. - 17. Cf. EFFE-

MINO. -20. 1. efferebamur: superbiebamus. - 24. Cf. above, 14, Loewe G. N. I51, con-

jectures effecanda: despumanda. - 28. 1. ephebi, adulescentes. -29. 1. imberbis. - 3r. Cf. Mai. VI. 522, egerate execrate, and Phill. egerare: spernere, detestari, execrare read therefore eierate: execrate, or perhaps eierare: execrare. - 32. 1. foras. - 33. 1. aegre. -.

34. Cf. 36. -35. 1. aeger, truncated gloss. - 38. 1. elabi. -39. 1. helleborum; cf. De Vit under Sitri, "Sitri pro veratro Anthim ep. ad Theud. 25. Elleborum herbam, quae latine dicitur veratrum. Monet Rose ad h. 1. in cod. aliquo haberi. quem latini dicuntur sitri." - 40. See above, p. 134. - 42. 1. Elissaei: Carthaginienses. For ilisica perhaps Elissa is to be read with reference to Dido; cf. Serv. Aen. I. 340, Dido vero nomine Elissa ante dicta est. - 43. 1. elicere. - 46. 1. elevigata. - 47. 1. Elysios: beatos nuncupabant. - 52. 1. eluvies: liquor quidam de quo aliquid eluitur; cf. Hild. E 85. -53. 1. cuiuslibet rei; cf.

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Hild. E 78. --55. 1. trahens. --56. Cf. excudit, Verg. Aen. I. I74, and Hild. E 7.--57. 1. tormenti. - 6I and 63. 1. miles veteranus qui iam complevit militiam; cf. Bod. Emeri- tus miles veteranus qfui iam conzplevit malitiam qztia mere (1. merere) militare dicitur. The latter part of 63 belongs to 6I, and is beneath it in the MS. - 64. 1. refulsit. - 66. 1. lucrum.- 67. 1. Eumenidum; cf. I69. - 68. 1. exaltatum est. - 71. Cf. Mai.VI. 522, em- /yrius, loc2us suiper mare, Bod. emSporizum, loczus szqpra mare. Perhaps = empyrius: locus super aere, although in Bod. and in glosses cited by Hildebrand E Io6 there is evident con- fusion with emiporium. - 73. Cf. De Vit, Enpaectae; ?iJl;raT derisores Deorum et re-

ligionis, with which emp/zaticum has become confused. -74. 1. empes vel empos; cf. IMPES and IMPOS, and Loewe G. N. i86 and 193. -75. 1. eminulis; cf. Varro R. R. 2, 5, genibzus eminulis, 2, 9, dentibus paulo eminulis. - 76. 1. ensitum = insitum. - 80. Cf. iyKcpvoia apTro,. 1. subcinericius; cf. Ps. Aug. Serm. 5, I, ' fac suabcinericios panes ' (Genes. I8, 6) quod graece encrypIhias dicitur, occultos videlicet et absconditos indicans panes. - 84. 1. enodat. - 87. ensicium = INSICIUM. - go90. For enucleatim see Georges. - 92. 1. Aeolus. - 95. i. epitoma; this form for epitome is used by Cicero ad Att. I2, 5, 3. - 96. i. epitomarius (of which I have found no example in use) abbreviator. - 97. 1. epigram- ma; cf. Bod. ephigramma: adbreviatio scripturarum vel szperscriptio titulis. - 98. 1. ephemeris: diurnum; the form diurnis seems due to the ending in ephzemeris. - 99. 1. rationes. - Ioo. 1. epitaphium. - 0oI. 1. epithalamium. - I03. 1. epiphora. - 104. Cf. SCRIPULA. - I05. 1. eous or eos: lux; cf. Plac. 37, 3, Eous est homo de oriente. eos aurora vel lucifer. Verg. Georg. I. 288, Aut cum sole novo terras inrorat Eozus. - io6. 1. superinspector.- I07. 1. ebibit. - Io9. Cf. EPHOD and Isid. Or. XIX. 20, 5, 1. super- humerale . . . casulae . . . . sacerdotes . . . gemmisque contextum quo soli pontifices utebantur.- IIo. 1. epichiremata.- II2. 1. aequiperat, equidem may have got in from the preceding gloss, or stand for eqzitem, a mistaken etymology or possibly for ae9uiter

aegque. - I14. Hild. E 152 n., cites ergata: vicinus aut o5erator and ergata: vici- nus. vicinus I do not understand; may it not be for oficiuzs = *officinus or *o/f- cinus? Compare these glosses given by De Vit, Ergates; /pydcns ojerarius, ofifex, ozi5fcium: ergasterium, oppficium; gr. ergastulum. (A confusion with a.yUar~, is hardly possible.)- II5. 1. e regione: econtra; cf. ECONTRA. - 17. 1. Erinys. - ii8. 1. aerumna; cf. I24. - I9. 1. hermula. - 120. 1. ipvr-n,q. Du Cange gives Erisibe: erugo vel rubigo messzinm. Here there seems to be a corruption of erugo (aerugo) et rubigo messium. - I22. Cf. HERCISCO, probably refers to the phrase familiae herciscundae. - I25. Cf. Hild. E I5o, ergastulis: auris (= duris) o eribus.- 126. 1. marmor; for fuller glosses see Prod. I47 and Plac. 37, I7. -I27. 1. essedum : ve- hiculum. - 1I28. Cf. Prod. 403, where Loewe cites from Mai VI. 523 a, Estidram: -'uam veteres canalS5um nominarunt. According to De Vit, Gloss. Pap. has estrida; Loewe thinks excetra is to be read. Caput, unless a corruption of canajum, Cano/um, is very obscure. I can only compare Serv. Aen. VI. 287, Sed latine excetra dicitutr, quod uno caeso tria cafita excrescebant, and Hesychius arKi-q(?) KezaA4,.- 129. 1. esitat. - I30.

Cf. ESUS. - 131. 1. essedarius . . . vehiculi. - 132. 1. etesiae. - 137. 1. Tuscia. - 140. Cf. eugenius and evyevi. - I41. 1. evomat; cf. Vulg. Levit. i8, 28.- I42. 1. nobilitas.

-143. 1. aevum; cf. I46. - 15I. 1. aeonas.- I54. Cf. Ball. eulogium: divinzum re-

sponsum. Ellis says that an oracular response in verse may be referred to; cf. Mai VIII.

193, Eulogium, testimonizium vel cantus. Marcianus: mixtis eulogium moodis coae-

quans. - I55. ? Cf. eXowXaq, 1. delicias. - 157. Cf. i6o, Paul. 77, Evelatum even/ilatu/m, unde velabra, quibus frumenta ventilantur. Perhaps the meaning here assigned is

influenced somewhat by I52; evulsit from evello, exjoliavit; but why should not evelatus be the opposite of velatus? like exoneratus, enodatus; otherwise it would be easy to

emend to enudantur. - i62. Cf. Gloss. Isid. evadatur reposcit, flagitat. - 163. Prob-

ably due to a misunderstanding of a passage like Catul. LXIV. 39i, Thyadas effusis evan-

tes crinibus egit. evantes is explained as if evanentes: fugientes; Cf. above, 153, eva-

nuit: aufugit and Gloss. Lat. Gr. Evaneo: &aavi;o1at. - 164. 1. e vestigio. - I65. Cf.

Amplon. 329, 49, evitatus, perterritus vel occisus aut vita privatus, of which this seems

a corruption. - I69. 1. Eumenidum. - 170. 1. eucharistia. - 17I. = heus. - I72. 1.

hostiarum. - I74. 1. exhalat.- I75. Cf. Prod. 277, exaedituat: excludit ab adytis.

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Loewe thinks exaedituat was read in Plaut. Trin. 1127.- 176. I. exhaustis: evacuatis.-

177. 1. examussim; cf. Plac. 37, I3, Examussim integre, sine fraude, amussis enim dici- tur regula vel mensura fabrilis. ingredere seems a corruption of integre. - I83. Cf. EXOMOLOGESIS. The dictionaries give no other form. - 86 . .execrat: abominat.- I88. 1. excubat. - 90. Cf. INPROPERO, vulgar corruption of improbro.- 191. 1. ex(s)ors, hereditate.- 193. 1. exilit. - 194. 1. comestum. - 195. 1. interposito. - 197. 1. abstulit. - 198. 1. exuviae: spolia quae occiso hoste tolluntur. -201. 1. sine consilio (alienus ; cf. 258). Ellis suggests agens. - 202. 1. mortiferum, periculosum. - 206. 1. exoletus: dissolu- tus; cf. 280. - 207. 1. elevavit. - 212. 1. credulitas. - 214. 1. exserit (exerit; cf. 199). -

219. Cf. Schol. Juvenal III. I75, Exordium, exordiarius apud veteres in fine ludorum in-

trabat, etc. Cf. Loewe G. N. 84, note. -220. 1. nobilis eminens (prae) ceteris.- 221. 1. calamitas. - 224. 1. locus subselliorum, so Ball; cf. Plac. 39, 8, exedra absis quaedam separata modicum quid aut a praetorio aut a palatio. 1. absida salutatoria; cf. De Vit. -226. explodita I have not found in use. - 227. ? 1. exorta: nascentia.- 231. Cf. 214. -233. 1. expilatores: alienae hereditatis, subtractores not in Lexx.-234. Cf.

above, p. 131. -235. 1. exaestuat. - 236. See above, p. 133. -237. Cf. EXPERGIFICUS.

-239. 1. exsomnis (exomn.). - 240. experimentandum is supported by EXPERIMENTA-

TUS. -243. 1. eicit; cf. Nonius I6, I, expectorare est extra pectus eiicere.--248. 1.

expediat. -249. Neue recognizes an active form experio. -250. 1. desideratum. - 253. Perhaps extruso can be kept asfreq. form. -255. See above, p. 125.-257. Cf. EXFRETO, found as yet in no author. - 259. 1. exagitat; but there may be a confusion of two glosses, as e. g. exacerbat: provocat, and examinat: explorat. - 260. 1. cognoscam.- 262. Cf. EXIMIETAS. - 268. 1. perficit. -272. 1. exempta. - 276. 1. ex(s)erere. - 278. 1. exilivit or exiluit. - 280. 1. exoletus; cf. 266. - 282. = enormis, but the form EXOR- MIS seems to have existed. - 285. Cf. EXCAVEO. - 286. extestinum, not in Lexx., is formed after analogy of intestinum. - 287. Cf. Paul. 80, I3, exanclare: exhaurire. -288. Cf. ECSTASIS. - 290. exvito = evito; cf. De Vit, 1. devito.-29I. Cf. Nonius 63, 17, Fulguratores. Ut extispices et haruspices, ita hi fulgurum inspectores. - 292. I think eccidium = exitium; cf. Paul. 8i, 6, Exitium antiqui ponebant pro exitu; nunc exitium pessimum exitum dicimus. Juvenal has preserved one of the formulas for di- vorce, Sat. VI. 146, "collige sarcinulas" dicet libertus, " et exi." Compare the expressions domo egredi and vade foras. See Brisson. De Formulis p. 723; cf. Seneca de Beneficiis III. I6, 2, Maritorum annos suos conputant et exeunt matrimonii causa, nubunt re/udii. This special use of exire supports exitium, of which probably Verrius Flaccus gave an example in this sense; but see 303, excidium, where, however, separatio may be due to a confusion of the two glosses. -293. 1. exsinuat; cf. Mai VI. 523, exinuat, examplat, exaperit. exaperire is very rare. De Vit cites Augustin. Conf. 2, so, and Interp. Ire- naei 2, Haeres. 19, 8. Paucker adds Aug. Cassiod. in ps. 36, 6, fulgor Dei operum nos- trorum qualitates exa}perit. Examplat (-iat ? cf. amplo and amplio) would best suit the meaning here. -294. Cf. Nonius Io, Io, Illex et exiex est qui sine lege vivit.-

295. 1. exedendus.-297. 1. ex(s)erte; cf. Plac. 39, I2.-298. 1. sublatis, conplicitis might be for completis; cf. exemptis diebus, etc.; but see Bod. exemptus sublatus, ex- clusus, explicitus. - 300. 1. exhaurit. - 297. Cf. 301 .- 302. Cf. 195. Bod. exinter-

vallo. - 304. Cf. EXPUNGO. - 306. 1. extentus; the c of extinctus was probably not

heard, so that extentus and extintus would have much the same sound; cf. Nonius 47, 3, Exporrectum: extentum. -307. 1. ex(s)iliatus. - 308. Cf. Isid. Or. X. 85, extorris quia extra terram suam est, quasi exterris. Sed proprie extorris cum vi expulsus sit, etc. -

309. 1. expertia. -310. t is deleted in MS. and d is written for t. I now see that the um of extorsitum (i MS.) is for vel, and that propiam expulsus is a repetition from

308, 1. extudit tundendo extorsit vel exclusit (excussit?); cf. Hild. E 333, extudit, ex- tundendo extorsit.

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x. 1. favor . . laudis.- 2. 1. facetus; notice that in 4 we have eloquens. -4. 1. habilis. - 5. 1. facetia. - 6. 1. facetiae: elegantia? - II. 1. facetior. - 13. perhaps fas- tus; cf. Paul. 87, I9, Fasti enim dies festi. - 14. 1. favet. - I6. perhaps for fastosus, or originally the same gloss as Bod. Fasftus, s erbiae contem tus. - i9. 1. fascinat decipit; cf. De Vit. -20. 1. Phalanx; cf. Serv. Aen. XI. 92, Phalanx: linguza Macedo- num legio. - 23. 1. phalerare. - 28. 1. FALSILOQUAX. - 30. 1. falarica. - 35. Cf. Bod. fescennina clausibiles vel valla/iones. De Vit, Lexicon, has * Fascemina clausibilis Vallatio circa claustra. Gloss. Isid. n. 699, Fortasse leg. est, fasceamina ut sit a fas- ceo velfascio unde fasceamen; both clauzsibilis and vallatio are rare words. There may be a reference to Verg. Aen.VII. 695, Hi Fescenninas acies Aequosque Faliscos, Hi Sorac- tis habent arces Flaviniaque arva, where the use of acies has given the editors much trouble, Peerlkamp proposing Fescenninos colles, and Hoffman Fescenninos agros. Gossrau proposes arces for acies. - 36. Cf. FAVISOR Georges, Loewe G. N. I73 if, and Stowasser, Archiv I. 440. -37. Cf. Bod. fascinus: aspectus, and Amplon. 332, 25,fascinus aspec- tus honerosus. 1. fascinus: aspectus onerosus =evil eye. - 4o. Cf. Bod. faxo facio in- cendo. 1. fax: incendium. -4I. 1. faciam; cf. Ball, faxofaciamfuturi tem/oris. -42. probably for funereas; cf. De Vit.-44. 1. famedicus = famelicus; cf. Donat. Ter. Eun. II. 2, 29, A fame et edendo dictus est quasi famedicus. -46. Cf. Ball. fana idolorum

templa. -48. ? Cf. De Vit under famicus and flamminicus. - 49. 1. canentes. - 5I. cf. FALCIDIA. -52. 1. phaleras: adulatoria verba.- 53. 1. feriendo (e in MS.); Serv. Aen. r. 123,aliscunt, abundanter aperiuntur; cf. Plac. 48, 4.- 54. 1. factiosus; cf. Bod.

facliosusfalsus vel sacpe faciens dece/tor faleax. (fallaciosus may have had some in- fluence on this gloss, but it describes the character of a demagogue.) -55. Cf. HARIOLUS,

1. vates.- 57. Cf. onerosus in 37.- 58. 1. Pharos.- 6i. 1. fasti.- 62. Cf. 36. - 64. Cf. 67, and De Vit; probably corruptions of some case of fasti taken from a commentary; but fastes may be for fasces. - 65. 1. Pharisaei. - 69. 1. femina. - 70. 1. festivus: laetus; cf. Bod. festivus, locosus con/ositus locundus, vel urbanzts comprfus. - 71. 1. femor..ge- niculum. - 72. 1. fastidium. - 74. cf. Bod. Fau nihil vel subito. - 77. ? Cf. De Vit s. v. - 78. 1. ventis siccis, so Bod.; cf. Val. Flac. 6, 665. - 8o. According to Kaegifag/ium in MS., Goetz 7agiliUmt. 1. libitum. -8i. Notice confusion with fragrantia. -82. 1. flagrans; so Bod.- 84. 1. flammea; cf. FLAMMEUM. - 86. Cf. FLAMONIUM.- 87. 1. rubeum. - 90. So Bod.; cf. FLAMME:US and FLAMMA'rUS. Bod. has also flammoco irato. - 92. 1. physemata.- 99. 1. flamen Martialis. - ioo. 1. Quirinalis . . . Quirini. - 102. 1. copiosus.- -o9. Turpis belongs probably to another gloss, foedus (fedus): tur-

2is; cf. II5 and I83, or fe/idus: fur/is.- 113. 1. ferox . . saevus.- I4. 1. Phoe- nices. - II5. 1. foedant. - I 8. For other inchoatives with factitive meaning see Prod. 362, and G. N. 143, and SittI. Archiv, I, 496. Compare eferascere. - I22. Bod. ferire. Although feris is found for fers, I am inclined to think ferire correct, and taken from some such passage as Plaut. Men. 177, iamferio foris? M. feri. - I25. De Vit cites from Hilarius in Psalm. 2, n. 20, Si fuerint delicta vestra ut /0hoinicium, where the Vulgate has coccinum.- 126. ? Compare PROMUTUOR and Reichenauer Glossen, 454, m tuo acceperam: in/r/tata habeba, and 756, mutuare: in/rutare. Diez Al- tromanische Glossare p. 37. "Impruntare ist vielleicht das /lteste Zeugniss fiir das fr. em/rueZer das im alten Provenzalischen noch nicht erscheint; entstanden durch Proclise aus in-Promutztm, indem sich der Accent in Verbum im/romu/uare verschob und u vor der Flexion wie gewbhnlich, z. B. in batvere, verschwand.' - 127. Cf. Paul. 92, 2, Femur femoris, et femen feminis, and Neue Formenlehre, I. 558 f. Various emendations sug- gest themselves. - x29. 1. rem . . . fiducia(m), i. e. velut fiduciam. - 130. 1. fimum. -

I32. Cf. FISTULOR, and Prod. p. 386; Mart. Cap. 9, ? 906, fistula sibilatrix. - 133. 1. ficata. - I34. Cf. 138. 1. fidibus: chordae citharae; cf. Paul. 89, x6, Fides genus citharae dicta, quod tantum inter se chordae eius, quantum inter homines fides concordet; Nonius, 3I3, 25, Fides chordae, quoting Aen. VI. 120, where Servius, Fidibusque canoris, ben sonantibus chordis. - i35- 1. figulus. - I38. Probably for fidicina: citharoeda; cf. Hlild. F, 129.-3. 139. PHILARGYRIA. - 40-. Cf. FIDICULA; 1. lamminae; see I47.- -

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141. 1. Phoebe; cf. Mon. 621o, feba tuna, and Serv. Verg. Aen. X. 216, Phzoebe luna sicut sol 'P/hoebus.' - 149. Cf. Bod. figmenta conpositiones adinventiones vel simili- tudo hznmana. - 5I1. Cf. Verg. Aen. VII. 566, medioquefragosus Dat sonitum ... tor- rens. - 154. 1. fiduciam habens. - 157. 1. frivola; cf. Paul. go, 6, Frivola sunt proprie vasafictilia quassa. Unde dicta verba frivola, quae minus sunt fide subnixa. Cf. I64 and I65. - I59. 1. hasta. - 164. 1. frivolus. - I66. 1. focillat: reficit. - 172. 1. fota. -

I75. Cf. Isid. Or. XV. 7, 4, fores dicuntur quae foras, valvae quae intus revolvuntur; Serv. Aen. I. 449, fores proprie dicuntur quaeforas aperiuntur. - 176. 1. formido.- 179. 1. phosphorus. -I180 ? 1. FORMIDINES; cf. Bod. formidines piinae inligatae in quibus venatores cervos capiunt vel timores, and Seneca de Ira, 2, II, cum maximos ferarum greges linea pinnis distincta contineat et in insidias agat. - I84. 1. Phoebus. - 185. 1. phocas; cf. Verg. Geor. IV. 395. - 187. Cf. Charisius, 94, 2I, Forfices et forcitSes et forpices quidam distingunt ut forcipes sint sarcinatorum a faciendo,forcipes fabrorum, quodferrum calidum capiant, etc.; Bod. forceps, fabri que corrzuptae forfices dicitur ulcus vel cancer; Ball, forceps, forpicisfabri, eo quod fortiter teneant, et forceps uzlcus aut cancer. - I87. 1. futilem. - 189. 1. fore: futurum esse. - 1I93- Cf. FOLIATUS, and Loewe, G. N. 107, who proposes coliatum: curtatum. The order of the letters would suggest fornicatus; but why not keep foliatus, shaped like a leaf, as falcatus, sickle- shaped?- I94. 1. amicitiae pactum. - 195. See i86. forcets was used of the claw of the crab, hence perhaps cancer, of which ulcus is an explanation; so Hild. F 205. But

perhaps cancer is a corruption of carcer. - 197. 1. timidus. - 198. Cf. Serv. Aen. VI.

63I, fornice arcu. Cicero videt ad ipsum fornicem Fabianurnm; 1. arcum triumphalem (plateae?). - I99. 1. parsimonia. - 204. For continens substantiae rei familiaris. -

206. Cf Ball, frustra, sine causa inzaniter; Bod. frustra, inaniter sine causa vet in vanurn. - 207. 1. fructurus.- 212. 1. vermiculus.- 2I5. For an active form of fungo, see Neue II. 289. - 217. 1. foto; so Bod.; cf. Ball, fotumn molliter amnp/exum sive calefactum, and Verg. Aen. I. 692, where Servius foturm, sublatum, comn,/exurn. -218. 1. munit; cf. Verg. Aen. IV. 247, Atlantis duri, caelum qui vertice fulcit, where Servius fu/cit, hoc est sustinet.- 219. 1. funebre; cf. Paul. 93, x, funebres tibiae dicuntur cunt quibus in funere canitur, etc. - 220. 1. sublevatus. - 223. 1. fulgor; cf. Mart. Cap. II. I5 I, vel sideris cursu, velfulminis iaculo; for iacula fem. cf. Appel, p. 60. -226. Perhaps for fulgurat, as we have Not. Tiron. p. xIiS fulgerat: infulgcrat, or it may be a verb formed from fulgetra; for treenmi perhaps praemicat is to be read (cf. Min. Fel. Octav. 5, rutilare fu/gura, futmina praemicare), or jraevenit (=-raeaenit,

u for a, as frequently), which would be nearer the MS. reading, and the full gloss may have been fulgetra: quod fulmen praevenit, which would agree with Seneca, Q, N 2, 56, I, He- raclitus existimat futgurationem esse velut apud nos incipientium ignium conatus et pri- mum flammam incertam modo intereuntem modo resurgentem. Haec antiquifulgetra

dicebant. Compare, however, Festus, 245, 22, Peremptalia, quae superiora fulgura ut t portenta peremunt, id est olunt f, and 214, 22, peremptalia fulgura Gracchus ait vocari quae superiora fulgura ut t portenta vi sua peremant, etc.- 227. 1. splendidum.- 228. 1. fumida. - 230. 1. rubra or rubea; cf. fulvida: rubea De Vit, and Bod. fulvuzs: rufus, rubeus. - 232. Cf. Prod. io6 and De Vit; also in Bod. 1. funda: rete; cf. Serv. Georg. I. I41, funda, genus retis dictumn a fundendo, and Amplon. 333, II4, Fundia:. retia linea etfundibus.- 235.f is not in the MS., but torn off.- 237. Cf. IMAGINARIUS; I. ca- davere.- 239. 1. ministeria; but the spelling misteria is significant; cf. O. Fr. mistier - 240. So Kaegi reads, but Goetz tribulatioii; 1. functio: tributorum exsolutio: cf. Forcel- lini, Lex. "Saepe in Cod. Justin. diciturfunctio tributorumn ensitatio;" and Bod. Func- tio exsolutio tribu/orum velt)ossessio. -24I. 1. terebras; cf. Georges. - 243. 1. solvimus.

-245. Cf. fundanus and fundarius in Du Cange; 1. fundos. -248. Cf. Verg. Aen. II. 407.--249. Cf. Paul. 84, 6, Furvurn nigrum vel atrum, and Serv. Aen. II. I8, and

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I. 1. pilleum cf. Mai. VI. 525; Galeram; palleum Sastorale de iunco factum where pallium is a corruption of pilleum. - 2. Cf. Isid. Or. VII. 5, Io, Gabriel Hebraice in linguam nostram convertitur Forti/udo Dei. - 3. Cf. Lagarde Onomastica Sacra, p. 58; Ga- lilaea volubilis sive transmigratio facta. - 4. Cf. De Vit and CALAMAUCUS; Du Cange gives Camelaucum as the correct form. - 5. Propinator for popinator; cf. Isid. XV. 2, 42, Pro/ina Graecus sermo est, qui apud nos corrupte popina dicitur. - 8. 1. GABBARAE, a name for mummies, the origin of which is obscure. - 9. Also given by Mai. VI. 525, and placed by Loewe G. N. I65 among the new words. - Io. 1. verbosa. - I2. Cf. above p. 137. - -I3. 1. GAZOPIYLACIUM: divitiarum et tensauri (thesauri) custodia.- 15. 1.

GASTRIMARGIA, SO Bod. - i6. Galbanus occurs Vulg. Sir. IV. 2I; cf. Serv. Georg. III. 415, Galbanumzz species est muZtis apta medicaminibus; cf. Bod. Galbaneus genus mne- dicanzenti vel pigmentum albuin, where there is confusion with Galbineus. - I7. yapov = garum. - T9. Cf. De Vit. Ganniuim; taberna; read with Ballganeo: tabernarius. - 20. Ellis suggests gaunacunz. Varro L. L. V. 35, speaks in the same chapter of gauna- cum and gausape; cf. Not. Tiron, p. 158, gausanpum: gaunapum, Gloss. Lat. Gr. gau- sapa: BapcapLKbv TradAaov, so that gausa/pzm may have been the reading, but the alpha- betical order favors gaunacum. - 2I. 1. genealogia, but the MS. has the dittography, and in 22 I have neglected to indicate that ne in generaliter is omitted and inserted in the margin, it is doubtful whether by first or second hand. - 25. 1. genitale. - 27. 1. fatum decretum with Bod.; cf. De Vit and Prod. I 8, f. --- 30, cf. 46, 1. gestatum: portatum, so r is dropped before t in 36. - 32. 1. generationes. - 33. 1. generositas. - 35. 1. with Bod. gerzla: n1trisx coz portatrix ; cf. Amplon. 335, I I8, gerula nutrix quae infantes/ortat.

38. 1. vigor; cf. De Vit. -40. 1. geniales lecti; cf. Isid. Or. VIII. i I, 88, Geniumn au- tem dicunt, quod quasi vim habet omnium rerum gignendarum, seu a gignendis liberis, unde et geniales lec/i dicebantur agentibus, qui novo marito sternebantur - 41 ? cf. Paul. 94, o10, genuini dentes, quod a genzis dependclent (perhlaps necis is a corruption of genis); Bod.

genuinunm nature initium id est insertun vel intimum densum (1. dentium) vel qui interius in ore hominis nzascitur; and Hild. G. 41 n. -At least two glosses are here con- fused, see Mai. VIII. 261, genius: Dens natu ae, etc., genuinus, natuzralis; genuinus, deus mnaxillaris; and Hild. G. 40 and 43, geminum, natirae, imitium idem inser/um. -

42. 1. adorationibus. - 43. 1. supputandi. - 44. 1. gerulus: baiulus. - 47.-1. Getae... Thraces. - 49. Loewe, G. N. 248 if., gives from different sources, Anser: sclingit; anseres gliccire, vel sclingere; grinnitunzt anseres; cf. Paul. 95, 5, gingrire anserumn vocis /ro/riunm est. Unde genus fquoddam tibiarunt exignarum gingrinae. Gloss. Philox., Ginzgriunt: Xqve; eK3ofivtv, Hence read, Gingriunt anseres. - 50. Bod. geni- ates, genialis, gra/us; cf. GENIATUS. -5I. 1. genae: malae; cf. Isid. Or. XI. I, 43, Genae sunt inferiores oculorum partes, etc., and 44, ,Valae sunt eminentes szb ocu/is

partes. - 52. 1. gerontocomium . . . homines, for /fro//er with abl., see Rinsch, 408.- 53. 1. pneumon. - 54. The letter following ext is illegible. Both Kaegi and Goetz read ext, butt Goetz thinks t may be e. I would read et palaestra et auditorium magistrorum .... alterum ab exe(rceendo) or exe(rcitio); cf. De Vit and Plac. 49, 4, Gymnasia dicun- tur loca, in quibus nudi homines exercentur, unde omniumn prope artiutm exercitia gym- nasia dicunt/ur; and Isid. Or. XV. 2, 30, Gymnasium generalis exercitiorum locus. Tamen apud Athenas erat locus ubi discebatur philosophia et sapientiae exercebatur stlu- dium. Nam ylvvuatov Graece vocatur, quod Latine exercitium dicitur, hoc est meditatio. -56. 1. gymnasia; Cf. Isid. XV. 2, 40, speaking of balnea, Haec et gymnasia dicuntur, etc. Amplon. 334, 7, Gymnassis: balneis. -58. 1. gorytus = corytos: pharetra; cf. Serv. Aen. X. I69, Coryti proprie sunt arcuum thecae; dicitur tamen etiam sagittarum quas et pharetras nominamus. -59. ? perhaps gignit: generat, and gignitur: nascitur, but what /raeluium (/rae in abbreviation MS.) stands for I am uncertain.- 6o. 1. gymnasia; a very confused gloss, probably from two or more glosses; cf. above 57, and Amplon. 334, 19, Gymnicus agon; locus ubi leguntur diversae artes, and glosses cited by De Vit. - 6I. 1. gilvus: inter album et nigrum medius color; cf. Loewe, G. N. I50,

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Mai. VIII, 263, gilnus color equi inter album et rufum quod et gilbus dicitur, and Hild. G. 57. But Servius Georg. III. 8I, Gilvus autem est mnelinus color, multum autem ita legunt Albis ct gilvo ut non album vel gilvum sed albo-gilvumn vituperet. Bod. gilbus color medius inter album et rufum. -63. 1. gratissimus. - 65. 1. grandaevus: senex.- 68. 1. graditur. - 69. 1. grandi nato: ex nobili natus; cf. grandi alumno, Hor. Epod. XIII. I r. It can hardly be due to a misunderstanding of grandis natu. - 70. The et indi- cates that there has been a confusion of two glosses; cf. De Vit, Gritmanus: practor rusticus, praefectus pagorum, and Du Cange, who gives " Grietmanni et Grietania:

praefectura voces Frisionibus familiares." - 71. 1. cremia: siccamina. - 72. 1. gryphes. 75. 1. herbae. - 77. Cf. Verg. Aen. V. 40 with Servius' note. - 78. Cf. GRASSATOR. -

79. Cf. Bod. grumulus ager tractits, Mai. VI. 526, grumulus agger; Paul. 96, i6, grumzus: terrae collectio, minor tumulo; Nonius 15, 18, grumus dicitur agger: a congerie dictus; aggeratum might be the participle, but perhaps for agger tzumulus, cf. 74. - 8o. 1. gratuitum: gratis (?); cf. Bod. gratuitum non venditunz id est gratia datum. - 84. 1. gnavus. - 86. for tressus, see Philarg. Verg. Georg. III. 83, neque satis dilzuti coloris, neque nimium pressi; glauci in v. 82, he explains as subviridis albo nixtus. - 87. 1. glebo, cf. Prod. 117, and Phill. glebo dicitur ruricola stivarius. - 88. 1. gleba: caespes. - 89. 1. globus. - 93. 1. glossa, cf. Prod. I f. - 95. 1. maiestas. - 96. 1. acervat. - 97. 1. glos: viri soror. - 98. 1. Gnosia, cf. Verg. Aen. VI. 23. After gl. room is left for another gloss. - 99. 1. humile tenebrosum. - Ioo. 1. tabernarum. - Ioi. 1. profundus.


I. 1. arundo. -2. 1. bibit. Hild. H 26 n. says, "Pro implet quod ferri nequit, lege videt," but he neglected to notice Nonius 319, 12, Haurire significat exhiaurire vel im-

fplere, with examples from Lucretius and Lucilius; see also 14. - 5. 1. has. -8. 1. oscitat. Bod. halat oscitat sive olet. - 9. 1. gustata. - IO. ? =- Hebrew hato, a sinner, suggested through Ellis by Neubauer. I had thought of (H)aretalogus, which in Gloss. Pap. is explained by falsidicus; cf. Juvenal XV. x6, mendax aretalogus.- 14. Cf. 2. - 17. 1. habenae . . . lororum. For tenaculum Lexx. cite only Terent. Maur. Praef. 29. - i8. 1.

anhelat. - 20. i. e. heros: vir fortis; herus: dominus; cf. 32. - 2I. 1. heri. - 22. Per- haps for chaere xa;pe: ave. Cf. Lucilius (p. 135 Miill.) Xa4pe, inquam, Tite, etc., where two MSS. have chere; cf. also Martial V. 51, Ave Latinum xaZpe non potest Graecum. -

23. 1. ebenum. - 24.. domina. - 25. Cf. Bod. heliotropium nomen gemme vel flores herbe latine soliquia dicitur. 1. heliotropium: nomen gemmae et herbae, solisequia; cf. also HEELIOTROPIUS. - 28. 1. haesitat. - 29. = vp. - 30. 1. hirsutum. -31. 1. hi- rudo. Helmreich Archiv I. 323 shows how sanguisuga supplanted hirudo. -33. 1. nobiles sunt; for the use of dimitto see Prod. 422, where a similar gloss is given fronm Cod. Leidensis 19I3. -34. 1. eccui. -35. 1. morio.-36. Cf. Prod. 431, hostispices: ha- ruspices, where also the form histispices is given from other glosses, but not hestispicus. - 37. 1. Erebi. - 38. 1. heroum; cf. Mai. VI. 526, heroes; antiqui. - 39. 1. eremum. -40. Cf. above p. 133, Bod. holitor: ortolanus, orticula. -41. 1. herbidum.-42. 1. hymenaeum. Cf. Donat. Ter. Ad. V. 7, 7, hymenaeum piutant veluti hymnzum vocari virginalium nuz tiarium. Probably novum nuptus comes from a fuller gloss. --43. ? Cf. De Vit, Herenicas: antiquas, heroicas, Isid. (an Hernicas?) Hernicus: durus; Hernicas: antiquas; Herpicus: antiquus; Heroica: antiqua; Heroici: antiqui.- 44. 1. Haemonia. - 45. Cf. De Vit and Ball. herma: castratio nec vir nec mulier. -47. 1. haesit. -51. Cf. Bod. herculaneus: eunucihus, found also in numerous glossaries. Emend, eculiatus -= excoliatus. Cf. Petron. 44, 14, coleos habere, Loewe G. N. 107, and EXCASTRATUS. - 52. 1. eiulatus, he seems to be beginning of another gloss. - 53. 1. hae- reses: sectae. -54. 1. ingemescentis. -56. Cf. above 45 and Hild. H 42. -59. 1. come- dentes. - 60. 1. Hesperias. - 6r. Cf. HEBRAEI in Onomasticon. Bod. haebraeorum: transeuntizum. -62. Cf. above p. 138.- 63. 1. laude. - 66. 1. hydromantes; cf. Serv. Aen. III. 359 - 68. Cf. Mai. VI. 537, Hylidri: serpentes aquatici, for ytri 1. hydri. -

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mus; qui cantionem canponit organi.-- 7. 1. iliis. -72. Perhaps for buZulcus or subulcus; cf. S 335, subulcus: pastor porcorum, for which hyulcus might be a hybrid formation (cf. onr6kAoq). Compare BDod. hulcusastor; Mai. VI. 526, Hiticus (also Hiul- cus) pastor. - 72. 1. hyacinthum: flos purpurea. - 74- o above a, 1. unio; cf. Bod. himo margarita preciosa. - 75- grassi = crawsi is intelligible as a gloss for hirti, cf. 85; but I do not understand awni. Perhaps there is some confusion with a gloss Hete (= ;rn) anni, or with I22, jorne: huius anni, or with hiJpi: nanni.- 77. 1. hippagus. -78. Bod. hicterici: ydropici, Phill. hzicei (1. hicterici) suntzf ydrofici vel ele-/haztini, hicterimn enia: Greci vacant eletihantiam ; cf. Isid. Or. IV. 8, I2, and 13. 1. icterici: hydropici. - 83. 1. hisco . . aperio. - 84 Cf. Bod. hyr vigel interpretator; lhyr caldaico serrone latizne vigil interpSrelator. - 85. 1. setosa . . plena is perhaps an explanation of fetosa. - 86. 1. horridum. - 87. 1. mimes. -88. 1. hymenaeos; cf. Verg. Aen. I. 651. - 89. 1. hiul- cum . . . aperiens . . hians. - go. 1. hippagus . . . iumentaria. -9I. Cf. Hild. H 6I

n. - 92. 1. hiantes. - -3. Cf. De Vit and Ball. hystriones, gui gestus im;pudicaruzm feminarun extprimebant. - 96. Cf. ioi and Isid. Or. XV. I, 5, . . . Hierzsalem quae postea a Salomone Hierosolyma quasi lerosolonwnia dicta est ..... Hierusalem au- tem in nostro sermone pacifica transfertur. - 97. Perhaps stellq septem was first writ- ten; cf. Serv. Georg. I. 138, Hae snt in fronte tauri in formam Y literae. Unde etian Yadas dici voalunt. Has alii septem, alii guinze dicunt, etc., hence read in modo Y litterae. - ioo. 1. hisco: miror; but the active miro occurs in Reichenauer Glossen 566, Stuinpebant: mirabant.- IoI. Cf. above 96. -- I2. 1. historiographus: descriptor. - X03- 1. hystrix. - -Io6. 1. villosus. - o07. 1. hiberna . . . calida . . hiemem.-io8. 1. memori- alia. - io9. Cf. 31. - i1o. 1. hyaena. .. genuts beluae. -i xi. 1. fissura; cf. Bod. hiatus: fisura vel a/ertia terrae, /atefatio vel vrago. - ! 12. 1. hyhleus . . . floridum. - I 3. 1. frigus. - I 4. 1. desinere. - 1xi8. Two glosses confused, hostiae: lustra (or hospitia: lus- tra?) and hospita: peregrina. - 12m2. 1. horni. - I24. Cf. I23, and Prod. 258.- 125. Cf. Prod. 339, l.horti; cf. Bad. halitar horti vel aleruzm cultor. - 127. I. suadeo. - 128. Cf. I24, 1. aequamentunm; cf. Nonius 3, 26, Hostimentum est aefquamnentum, etc. Unde et hostire dicitur . . . id est aequa reddcre. -129. 1. oscitans . . . spiritum halans.- I30. 1. ironia . . vituperare. - 327 1. vero. - I33. 1. homuncio. - 134. 1. honorat.-

135. 1. homullus. - I38. 1. mortalia.

2. 1. custos- 4. 1. damnumn.-8. Cf. Lagarde Onom. Sacra, p. 32, Iabin intellegens vel sapiens. -9. 1. iactat. - 0o. Ball. Iact rarius nui frequenter iacturam /atitur; cf. Loewe G. N. I66; 1. mortalitatem. - 12. Cf. Ball. iapex velox, agilis; 1. Iapyx. Con- fusion of two separate glosses. - 6. 1. Hieratica (for hieroglyAhica) littera.-- 20. I. splendor... orttrm; q. = quae, pzrhaps orignally referred to stella. Cf. Serv. Aen. IV. 130 and Isid. Or. lII. 70, 18, Lucifer . . bic ftrorie et iubar dicitur eo quad iubas lucis qfunZdat sed et sSlendor solis ac ltnre et stellaruat iubar vocatur. -24. 1. sum- mitates. - 29. 1. nuces. - 3o.0 Cf. Ball. utstitium luctus fublicus vat jublici iuris silentium; 1. luctus publicus.- 3r. 1. iugum: servitutes; cf. Bod. tgumn servitutis servitus dominatia cartivitatis. - 33. Cf. Hild. I 14, Icenismarr, ixzaeo sine pectare, but fine /ectare makes good sense; perhaps aut ca_ut is to be read; cf. Bod. iconisma imago stagma vel figura irn/eraotaris.-36. I. identidem; cf. Plac. L. G. 21, 22, identidem idem isum. -39. 1. proprietas.-4I. Cf. Isid. Or. VIII. II, 14, Qutidam vero Latini ignorantes Graece imiperite dicunt idollum ex dolo sumpsisse nomen, quod ciabolus area- turae cultum divinzi nomrintis invexit. - 45. 1. ignominia. -46. 1. ignobili; cf. Verg. Aen. I. 149 . - 59- 1. imbecilles. - 6o. 1. acerbutm. -62. 1. barbis. - 94. 1. in promptu. -66. 1. impopulabile: inlaesum; cf. Hild. I 286. - 68. 1. impendium. - 69. 1. inerudi- tus. - 74. Probably in burim; dc. Ball. imburim incrmrvatia and Inzburim /ars curva

quae aratro iungintr. It refers to Verg. Georg. I. 7o, where Serv. In bzhrim, in cur- vaturam, nam buris est curvamentum aratri, etc. - 85. Bod. in /rocinctu; cf. Serv. Georg. I. 170; Ball. In /rocinctu in militia, in a//aratu. -89. 1. immitis. - g9. 1. in murice; cf. Verg. Aen. V. 205.- 94. Probably for in praecelsum: in excelsum. - 95.

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1. in praeceps. - 96. 1. impetrat. -97. 1. implexa; cf. Ball. incorporata. - 97. Cf. 85. - 102. ? 1. investis imberbis; cf. Hild. I 30. - Io4. 1. improvidus. - Io. 1. incola. - III. 1. incolumis.--I8. 1. incestum.-127. 1. incidit: secat; cf. Reichenauer Glossen 310, Seccabis: incides (but perhaps for incidit in errorem). - 128. 1. incutit: inicit. - 129. 1. incessunt. - I30. requisitio, given by Lex. as a. x., must be here taken in the sense of examination of auspices. - 135. 1. nobilem. - 136. Cf. Serv. Georg. [II. 371, Cassibus i. e. retibus. Hinc est quod et incassum dicimus i. e. sine causa quasi sine cassibus sine quibus venatio est inanis. - 38. 1. desertum; cf. Bod. incelebre, desertum desola- tu.- - I4I. 1. proficiscere.- 152. Cf. Serv. Aen. XI. 651, indefessa infatigabilis.- 155. 1. index: significator. - 158. 1. dilationes; cf. Hild. I 60o. - I6i. 1. indutiae or in- dutias; cf. De Vit. - 164. Cf. Bod. inermis: sine armis vel debilis. -- 65. 1. iners. - 169. 1. energumena: daemoniaca.- 170. Cf. in excessu meo, Vulg. Ps. 115, 2.; 1. excessu. - 74. 1. cenulis.- I75. 1. in impetu.- 177. 1. indidit. - 178. 1. aetas iuvenalis quae dolorem ... -80. 1. doceri. - 182. 1. infitiis; cf. 212.- 184. 1. indigestum. - 186. 1. in- exorabilis. - 187. Cf. Hild. I 163; 1. incrementum. Cf. Bod. Indoles certe spei vet bonae naturae progenies incrementurn vel origo in puero vel ingenium moris, -- 88. 1. inertia, perhaps confused with energia. '-I90. 1. placet.- 191. 1. insatiabilis; cf. Verg. Aen. VIII. 559. - 192. Cf. Hild. I 68, and Ball. inedia: fames vet ieiunium; 1. inedia: fames, ieiunia. Goetz reads in MS. geiunia, but Kaegi as I have printed. -1 93. 1. in extasi. Ball. has in excessu mentis; cf. 170.- I96. 1. infausta: infelicia.- I97. Cf. Hild. I I89 and Bod. Infastus in honore positus vel gui ad sacra pertinent; 1. in fastis: in honore. -

203. 1. inferaces: infructuosae; but perhaps infetaces can be kept; cf. Loewe G. N. I50. - 204. Ball. Infrenis irreverens hoc est qui frenis non regitur ut Numide infreni; cf. Serv. Aen. X. 750. -2o6. 1. intulisti. - 207. 1. impulsor: persuasor, but see Loewe G. N. 151. -208. 1. infulis. -209. 1. infulae: vittae sacerdotales; cf. Ball. Infule ornamenta dignitatum sive vitte gentilium sacerdotum. -211. Cf. 182. -212. Cf. Bod. Inftiae : mendacia vel negotiationes (1. negationes). - 2I3. Probably a confusion of two glosses; infamare: crimen inferre (211, infamis) and infitiari: negare.-215. 1. fucatum.-

219. Cf. Paul. 112, 7, infrequens appellatur miles, gui abest afuitve a signis. - 220. Cf. INFORMITAS; inconmpositio is not in Lexx. - 223. 1. ingluvie: gula; cf. Paul. 112, 2, Ingluvies a gula dicta, etc. -225. Cf. Nonius, 322, 31, Ingenium est naturalis safientia. - 227. 1. ingeminans . . duplans. - 229. Confusion of two glosses, ingluvies: voragi- nes, and inluvies: sordes; cf. 247 and Nonius, 126, 25, Illuvies, sordes. - 230. 1. fert. -

232. 1. ingruentes. - 235. Cf. Serv. Aen. IV. 41 f. - 236. 1. attonitus. ut tentus seems to be for attentus or intentus: cf. Serv. Aen. IV. 64, inhians, intenta per sollicitudinenm. 239. 1. iniit, inchoavit. - 240. 1. adversaria. -241. 1. inicit: inmittit; cf. 243.- 246. 1. inlicit . . . suadet. - 248. 1. inlibata. - 250. 1. inletabilis. - 253. 1. inliciunt . . .

persuadent. - 256. 1. innexa; perhaps for amnplexa we should read implexa. - 257. 1. innuba. - 262. 1. insperata. - 263. 1. INNORMIS. - 267. conditionis ? Isid. Or. IX. 4, 37, has Inquilini vocati quasi incolentes aliena. Non enim habent hropriam sedem sed terra aliena inhabitant; and in preceding paragraph, under Coloni, Sunt enim aliunde venien- tes atque alienum agrum locatum colentes ac debentes conditionem genitali solo propter agri culturam sub dominio possessoris, pro eo quod iis locatus est fundus, so that there may be some connection with conditio or condictio. - 269. Cf. Verg. Aen. III. 89, Animis in- tabere nostris. Inlabere is explained as if it were an infinitive. - 270o. Probably inlicita voluptas to be read. - 272. 1. inlustres: nobiles. - 275. Cf. 245 and 253; 1. inliciant. -

278. 1. innixi; cf. De Vit. - 279. 1. viro. -28I. 1. innumerum: innumetabilem. - 282. 1. nutibus. - 285. 1. in horamate; cf. HORAMA. - 288. 1. inquies. - 297. 1. instigat. -

300. l. inhaerens. - 303. 1. inridet. -305. 1. quaerendum. - 306. 1. insignem; cf. Verg. Aen. I. 1o. - 307. So Hild. I 347, where invadere is read for evadere. I still think in- sultare may have been the original reading. -310. 1. inscitia. - 311. 1. inolevit . . inhae- sit. - 3I6. 1. insertabam. - 317. 1. instinctu dei. -322. 1. renovat. -326. 1. superbire, which was written supervire and then suervivere. - 328. 1. diffindere; cf. Hild. I 336. -329. 1. intrinsecus: interius; repeated 335.- 331. Cf. Verg. Aen. III. 587. - 332. 1. interpolata; revocata is here used in the sense of renovata. - 336. 1. intriverat. minua- verat in sense of crumble into small pieces is supported by minuatim; cf. MINUO. -340.

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1. interosci: cognosci. - 342. I. interpolavit: interrupit. - 343. Is interlinitus a vul-

gar form from interlinere? Cf. De Vit.-346 . . UNITIO.-352. 1. intercapedo; cf. Paul. III, 3.-353. 1. fide.-354. 1. integer: sanguine.-355. 1. interloquar.-356. 1. varieque. - 357. 1. intemptant = intentant. - 358. 1. minantur. - 36. ? Cf. Mai. VI.

529, intermina: internuncia obiecta vel mediatrix, and other glosses cited by Hild. I

385 n., who proposes to read intermedia. -361. 1. notum. - 365. 1. interpolare: varie-

gare. - 366. The reading is doubtful, according to Goetz and Kaegi, and the emendation difficult. The first part of the gloss bears some resemblance to Hild. C i89, Commi-

nando, intemptando, and the second part to Hild. I 378, interlitus, intercessio verbi quando inter se obliterantur, the first words of which occur at about the same place on next page; see 382. -367 = tempus inter primam et novissimam lunam; cf. Isid. Or. III. 54, Inter- luniziun Inae est tempus illud inter deficientem et nascentea lunam. - 369. 1. inter

pocula. -372. Cf. Mai. VI. 529, Intrio: in fundo vel tute (followed by intristi: parasti). I propose for intrio, intero; cf. Cato R. R. 156, 6, infundito in catinum, uti frigescast eo interito, etc., and Gloss. Pap. Intereo: izfundo; Interitum : infuszum. -372. 1. con- iector. -376. Cf. 350. - 377. 1. species. -378. Cf. INTERLOCUTIO. -380. 1. interni-

cionem. - 382. Cf. note on 366. intercisio seems to make better sense than intercessio.

-383. Perhaps for invindicatum. -384. Cf. Paul. 368, 9. - 388. 1. invenustus. - 39.1 1. in vestibulo: in ingressu. -395. Cf. INVISOR.- 398. 1. invisunt. -399. 1. adiri. -

40I. 1. irritum. -403- 1. stimulat. - 404. 1. derisio.- 406. 1. Ister Dacus ; cf. Verg. Georg. II. 497, Dacus ab Histro. -407. 1. stromatis: commentariis scientiae; so Mai. VI. 546. -408. The Isterum Danubium is written in fainter ink; the proper gloss for Isaurzum seems to have fallen out. - 41. 1. iterum atque iterum. -44. 1. itineris.-

415. 1. Ituraeus; cf. Verg. Georg. II. 448. - 46. ? 1. stromateus: opus varium seu laci- nium (lacinia) varia diversitate contextum; cf. De Vit.


I. Cf. Isid. Or. V. 33, r3, Quidam autem Kalendas a colendo appellari exstimabant. - 2. 1. chalybem. - 3. 1. chalybs: furca. - 4. 1. Charybdis. - 5. 1. calones . . galearii; cf. De Vit and Hild. C 20 n.- 6. 1. charadrius . .alba . .prima eius; cf. De Vit under Charadrus.


3. 1. FOCULARE. -5. De Vit Lex. cites only one example of Daemoniosus from Rufin. 3, Recognit 3. - 6. Mai.VI. 530, has Lacerna, stola vestis and Lacernum ; stola vel vestis. -7. 1. labitur. -8. 1. labos. - o1. 1. carnes ... gladiatorum. - 13. 1. caeduntur (lapides); cf. Paul. II8, 13, Lapidicinae zbi exciduntur lapides. - I6. 1. debilem. - I7. Cf. TIGNARIUS. - 18. A confusion, I think, of two or more glosses, as e. g. lagunculae: vasa fictilia and laterna id est lucerna; but see 43, and Prod. Io8 and 135.- 20. 1. decipit. - 22. Cf. Verg. Aen. II. 55I; 1. serpentem. -24 1. . labefactare. - 26. 1. bracchiorum. -

27. 1. stellae fulgentus; cf. Plac. 62, 21, Lnampenae, stellae quaedamn sic dictae. - 28. ? Perhaps for LACTARIS; cf. Nonius 16, 13, Lactare est inducere vel muzcere, velle deci-

pere. - 30. ? Cf. LAMIA and Gr. Adxva = AXdLa; see also Y 7, ypnix: animal quasi ad similitudinem pardorum quas alii lamminas dicunt. - 31. Cf. Serv. Aen. I. 686, latex ab eo qzod intra terae venas lateat. - 35. 1. lator: portator. - 37. Cf. LAVERNA; 1. filios alios seducit; cf. Hild. L 4 and 5. - 39. See 37. - 43. Cf. De Vit and Prod. io8. - 45. 1. camerae. - 47. The MS. has nothing after Tornus, but empty space is left sufficient for ten letters. - 48. 1. missoria. -49. 1. umbra; cf. De Vit, Larva: umbra exerrans, and Larva: simulacrum. - 50. 1. labilis. - 52. Cf. Loewe G. N. 252, 1. lirantes, so Mai. VI. 532; but cf. Mon. 62I0, laborat per sincopen larat facit. - 55. 1. LARUS . . . gavia (in marg. m. 2, add. after guia orum Goetz). - 57. ? Confusion of luitur: solvitur, and labitur: cadit. - 58. See above, p. 138. - 6o. 1. lapit .... dolitat; cf. DOLITO; cf. Paul. 118, 12, Lapit: dolore aficit, and Nonius 23, 7, Lapit significat obdurefacit et lapidem

facit. - 6I. Cf. LATOMUS, 1. lapidum caesor. - 67. 1. legio Martia: numerus. - 72. 1.

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caccabos aeneos. - 73. 1. lictores. - 74. Cf. LECTICALIS, not found in any author; see Loewe G. N. I67. - 75. ? Seems to be a corruption of Levisata genus armorzum est, Hild. L iio; cf. Prod. 45, Levisata: de tonica (1. tunica) dicit militarum; Leid. 67, F 2. - 76. seductrix is found in Tert. adv. Marc. 2, 2. - 78. 1. seductiones, persuasiones. - 80. Cf. 85 and 87. - 86. 1. honestum. - 87. 1. dulcedinem, decorem. -go. Cf. De Vit Galen. MS. ad. Glauc. I, 35, Frigore et febre recedentibuts sztdor conseyuitur et leytopy- ria. -9I. Cf. Verg. Aen. VI. 287. 1. hydra. - 93. 1. lethargus ... comprimuntur aegri ad. - 94. 1. levigabis: lenibis. -95. 1. corculum; cf. Isid. Or. VII. 9, I9, Iudas Iacobi, qui alibi vocatur Lebbeuts, figurauzm nomen a corde, quod nos dinzinutive corcuztlm pos- sumus ajpellare. Ipse in alio evangclista Thaddaeus scribitur, etc., hence 1. Thaddaeus for deus.- 97. 1. Lilyaeum: promontorium. -99. Truncated; cf. Placid. 62, 2, Libare est levitcr aliqzuid continzgcre, etc ; Serv. Aen. I. 256, libavit leviter tetigit. - Ioo. ? Perhaps a corruption of Hebrew Nephilim, which occurs Gen. vi. 4, Numb. xiii. 33, and in the old ver- sion is rendered giants. In the revised version Nephilim is kept.- IoI. = Liburna. - I02. 1. Liburni: accolae Adriatici. - I03. 1. libamina. - 105. 1. libitina. - io6. Perhaps librat is to be read; sicil? I do not understand, unless by some mistake libra was glossed as sicel. Cf. Isid. Or. XVI. 25, I8, or it may be for Siciliae and belong to 97; so Bod. has lilibeum uzrbs siciliae a (aut ?) pronzontorium Syciliae.- I07. 1. liberalis. - io8. 1. aequant.- og9. Cf. Io05, 1. conduntur. - II3. 1. venditio. - II4. Cf. LICESSIT. - 115. 1. licitatio. - II6. 1. pretio. - 117. 1. apparitor; cf. above, 73. -118. ? So Mai. VI. 52I, but quibus mzlta liccnt.9.- 1. promissio. - 121. 1. Lyaeum. - 122. Cf. Loewe G. N. 217, 1. argutus. -

I23. 1. provincia . . . Mediolanum. - I25. Servius however commenting on Ecl. II. i8, Atlba li,zustra, says, Ligutstrum autem flos est candidus. - 126. 1. limes: finis terminus. -

I30. 1. limis . . obliquis; cf. Paul. II6, I, limis obliguzs id est transversus; Ter. Eun. 3, 5, 53, ego limnis specto, where Eugraphius, "Quidam intelligunt limis obliqgis ..... Aiii intelligunt limis oculis paululum tortis." - 131. fantasticus is here used for fanzaficus. -

I32. 1. limbus. - 133. 1. lychni. - 135. 1. liquuntur. - I36. Cf. maculosec tegminze lynz- cis, Verg. Aen. I. 323. - I38. for this use of dimnitit see Prod. 422. - 141. 1. cytharae. I43. 1. lethargus. - I44. 1. litat: immolat. - I45. 1. lituus. - I48. Cf. above, p. I31.-

152. 1. longaevi. - I53. Cf. Verg. Aen. II. 697. - I54. logion is written on the margin by second hand. Cf. Isid. Or. XIX. 2I, 6, Logion quod Latine dicitur ratiozale, pannzzns

duplex ex anro et quatuor textus coloribus ..... cui intexti erant xii. pretiosi lapi- des. Hic pflznuzs suzperhznmerali contra pectus ponti/icis annectebatur. - I58. 1. minime. - I60. 1. erogationes quae; cf. De Vit, and Paulus, II9, 6 and 8, lucaris: pecunia quae in luco erat data. Lucarappellatur aes quod ex lucis captatur. - I63. incubi = Panis; cf. P 74, Pan: ingibus; see 174. - I65. 1. quinquennium. - 168. Left incomplete; cf. Ball. luteres cantari vel aqzuarii sed cantarws graecum nomen est. - i69. 1. Luculleum. - 170o 1. lucem apparet. - I72. 1. elabescens not in Lexx. - 174. 1. dicitur (Lupercus). -

I75. 1. sordidum. - I76. For diluvius m. see Appel p. 85. - I78. 1. luscinia: avis. - I8o. 1. torvo; cf. Verg. Aen. III. 677. ? diro hae (according to Goetz hac not hzae in MS. ). - I82. Emend from Isid. Or. VII. 9, 23, Lucas ipse est consurgens, si/e ipse elevans eo quod elevaverit praedicationem Evangelii post alios.


I. Cf. Mai. VI. 532, macte: magis autem, evidently a corruption of magis aucte. So Servius Aen. IX. 64I, macte; magis aucte, affectate gloria. Aut tam seems to be a cor- ruption of azutem; cf. De Vit. - 3- 1. Macetae. -4. 1. pastorum. - 7. Cf. MAGNES. - 9. 1. Punicum. - Io. = 7iaAaKa ; cf. MALACIA. - II. i. mala gramina; cf. Bod. mala grami- na, noxias herbas venenatas. - I2. 1. Maiae sacrificabant; cf. Prod. 377. - 13. cf. MANUA.

-5. 1. comesta. - I6. 1. mandimus: comedimus. - 19. 1. animae. - 20. 1. numerus. - 21. 1. manipuli (for mapuli) . . cremiorum . . capiantur. - 22. manuale here in the sense of napkin. Orarium is used by Lucilius in this sense. - 23. Cf. Hild. M 54; ma- nicat per manum tenet vel a mane surgit. There probably was a verb formed from manicae, as we have manicarius. Otherwise we might suppose mancipat to have been

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confused with manicat. - 25. 1. manu-capta, evidently in connection with preceding gloss. -28. 1. Mavortia ... pugnam pertinent.- 30. Cf. Paul. I25, 9, mactlenti, macie tenuati. - 32. 1. pollutus. - 33. 1. casae; cf. Paul. 147, I6, mapalia casae Poenicae ap- peliantz/r, etc. - 36. 1. animi. - 37. 1. malleator: faber ferri. - 38 1. 1. machinationes commenta astutiae. - 39. 1. illuminatrix. - 40. 1. saccellum. - 41. 1. libri. - 42. 1.

mastigia... servus.--43. . matris. -46. 1. manens. --47. Cf. rIARANATHA. - 48. De Vit cites Margalet (unum ex XII. signis astronomicis), Virgil. Gramm. p. 115, Mai. -

50. 1. ni. artyrium.- 51. 1. murrina. - 52. 1. mastigiae: taureae. - 53. Cf. De Vit, mat- tus: tristis and mactztm est; ltzizecturm est, emollitum izfecturnm. att/lus occurs in Petronius in sense of intoxicated. Perhaps there has been some confusion with maestus: tristis. - 54. 1. matrimus: matris. - 56. ? perhaps for mavissem: magis voluissem.- 57. Cf. Isid. Or. VII. 9, 22, Marcus, excelsus manrzdato, utique propter Evangelium altissimi, qucd praedicavit. - 59. . m1. los: dulcis. - 6o. 1. meditullium; cf. Plac. 65, I.- 6i. 1. pellis ovina simplex, qua monachi utuntur, ex uno latere (dependens); cf. MELOTE and Amplon. 349, I9, mrerofis: pellis simitplx ex uno latere depezedens. - 63. 1. metator: arbiter, locator; cf. Tert. adv. Marc. I, 8, temnzs arbiter et nzetator initii et

finis. - 64. Cf. MELOPOEUS; 1. factor. - 66. 1. decurrit. - 67. 1. menstruum. - 68. 1. Maenalias(os): cf. Verg. Ecl. VIII. 2I, Izucije Afacnalios. - 69. 1. tabernarum . . . committuntur. - 70. 1. animo. - 71. 1. mergit. - 73. 1. commercia. - 74. Kaegi reads Ba/ze. Emend Maenades: Bacchae; pars seems not to belong here. - 75. ? 1. mergites: fasces spicarum; cf. Ball. tmergites: siicarzun fasces, Serv. G. II. 517, Manipzluos spt-

carutm nmergites dicimus; cf. MERGAE. - 76. 1. myrmex. - 78. 1. balneator; cf. Porph. Hor. Ep. I. I4, 14, mediastinus lIacola mediae civitatis: an in ofticio balneatoris medias- tineus; see also Porph. ttor. Sat. 1, 5, 35. - 8o. 1. me ita Castor: sit (siet) Castor; cf. Paul. 12 5, 4; mecastoret imeherczles iusiurandum erat, quasi diceretur, ita me Castor, ita me Hercules, at subaudiatur, iuvet. - 8i. Cf. Prod. 397. - 82. Cf. Amplon. 351, I 14 and ii5, melo/s, dzlcissonuts: mzelopeumn, dzlce contositumz. - 83. 1. Commodus ; cf. Lamprid. Commod. ii, /lenzses quoque in honorem eius pro Augusto Commoduzm, pro Sepiemzbri Herc/lem, etc., adulatores vocabant. - 84. 1. fustes; cf. Paul. 124, 1, MIergae furculae qzibzts acervi frugfumfunt/, etc., and Hild. M II8 ; Bod. merges:

flstes cuam azibts messes col/iguntur.- 85. Cf. 82 and 64.- 87. 1. Micipsa: vir (?); cf. Bod. Mficipsa nomez est regis.- 88. 1. assidue.- go. Cf. MINICIUS. - 92. 1. gestae. 93. Cf. Serv. Aen. IV. 88, nminae, eminentiae marorum.- 96. 1. tsvp.noKias (cf. myrmecias and myrmecium), verrucas.- 97. 1. praefiguratum.- 98. 1. miscellaneum: COMMIXTI-

CIUMI. - 99. L missile. - 101O. 1. perturbantur. - I02. 1. cetera parte (or ceteras partes) . . . suscepisse.- Io04. 1. exivit.- I05. 1. dimittit.- I07. 1. palea minuta, so Hild.

M 127.- I08. 1. myoparo = svorrapwov: naviculas caphla piratarum. - iO9. Cf. Isid. Or. VII. 5, 12, Michael interpretatur, quis at De)s? - IiO. 1. modificata. - III. 1. modu- latio: dulcedo. - 114. 1. omnis inlicitus concubitus, which seems to hlave been used as a neuter. - 120. 1. placat.- 12I. 1. Molossi: canes. - 122. 1. cogitationes.- 127. 1. iumento . . . ducitur; cf. De Vit. - 128. 1. uxoris.- 130. 1. monumentis.- I32. 1.

stilus in MOMENTANA; cf. IMOMIENTUM. - 134. 1. mulierumn . . . equorum; cf. Gloss. Pap., MIunilia pectoralia equoruam vel ornamenta in cervice zmuzlierum; cf. Paul. 139, 9, tionile et muzlerzn orna/lus et equorum propendens a col/o.-- 138. Cf. MONOCEROS; 1. quadrupes. - I39. 1. munimenta; cf. I53.- I41. 1. delectat.- 142. 1. mulctra. . . mul- getur.- 143. Cf. Plac. 65, I8, mnztlcator corporis, qui corpora affcit vel cruciat. - 144. 1. molossus. - 145. 1. caedit. - 148. 1. sermonis.- 149. ? mulceo, see I50. - 150. 1. mulci-

her; cf. Paul. 144, 2, Mulciber Vulcanus a molliendo scilicetferro dictus. Mulcere enim mollaire sive lenire est. - 15I. 1. mulceat; cf. Prod. 421. - 154.f/mitas perhaps goes with preceding gloss. - 156. 1. caelum, but Isid. Or. XIII. I, I, mzunduzs est caelaumn et terra et mare, etc. - 157. 1. cum muris. - 159. ? 1. acceptis; cf. Plac. 66, 4, municites, curialium maiores ex eo quod munerafisci idem accipiant, and Isid. Or. IX. 3, 21, Dic- tus trinzceps a captendo significatione, quod primunm capiat, sicut muinicets ab eo quod munia cat/at." Princeps primus is a corruption, I think, of some such explanation; compare, however, Bod. nmunicets; princeps primuas vel accettor muneris.- 162. ? 1. lhbralitas = lzberali(ber)tas. - I63. confusion of two glosses monumienta: tcstimuzoiiia

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and moenium: murorum. - 64. 1. munitura (= apron): praecinctorium. - I65. 1. munimen . . . munitione; cf. Isid. XV. 9, i, munimen vel munimenztuz dictum quod manu estfactum. - I66. 1. officia; cf. Isid. Or. XV. 2, Io.- I68 1. quae.- I69. Con- fusion of two glosses, myricae: frutices virgulta and murice: saxa acuta in montibus (cf. Verg. Aen. V. 205 and Ecl. VIII. 54).- 170 = 173. -171. 1. mausoleum. - I72. Cf. Paul. 144, 14, mussare murmurare; Ennius .. . . lgo vero pro tacere dicitur.- 173. Cf. Prod. o06, 12I, and De Vit. - I74. Cf. Prod. 420; 1. soricum. - 175. 1.

muscipula. - I76. 1. murgiso: murmtrator (morator?); cf. Paul. 144, II, murgisonem dixerunt a mora et decisione, Plac. 66, i8, murgiso, irrisor, illusor, and Hild. M 226. - I77. 1. mussitat. - I78. Confusion of two glosses, mollitum: placidum, and mutilat: violat, Hildebrand M 230 cites Mai. VI. 533, molitat: placitum violat, and adds, "ubi quid pro placidumn legendum sit non habeo ;" mollitum was probably first corrupted to muli- tuns, and then perhaps to mutilum. - I79. 1. imminuo . . . saucio. - IS8. Cf. Prod. 283 and De Vit.


I. ? Possibly an explanation of Hebrew proper name Nabo or Nabau; cf. Lagarde, Onom. Sacra p. 50, Nabo sessio vel superveniens. Were it not for the alphabetical order, one might conjecture nullo: rescindo. De Vit cites nzllo, as nullun facio, muto. -3. Cf. PauL 167, 7, nancitor nactus erit (so Muller, but the MSS. nasciscitzr. Miiller adds, Fuit fortasse NANXSITOR). -5. 1. navarchus: navis.- 6. 1. navalia . . . naves. - 8. 1. studiose . . . utiliter. - 10. 1. psalterium. - II. Cf. Hild. N 6. - 13. 1. nautica. - I4. Perhaps for navita: nauta: 1. navus: obsequens (veritatis), so Bod. in a long gloss. - I5. 1. navem. - 16. 1. vigilans; cf. Hild. N 4 - 17. 1. strenue agit; cf. Prod. 344.- i8 ? nauclerus or naupegus; cf. De Vit, Navaretius: navargus navis magister a navis et Argus, secundum Papiam, Gloss. Joh. de Janua. Gloss. Isid. Nauregus: navaretius, naupicus: navis factor. Gloss. Pap. Naupicus: navis pater, nauregus et naurigus: navis,princets. - i9. 1. officium. -21. 1. navat operam: dat operam. -22 and 24 be- long together; the full gloss was, I think, natrix: serpens epicenon est, or natrice: (epice)- non est. Cf. H 110, hiena: epicenon est gens belue. - 25 and 26 should be printed as one gloss; 1. nardum pisticum: nardum fidelem; cf. Hieronym. praef. in XII. Prophet. nar- dunm pisticunm: id est unguenturnm fidelissimum. - 27. A second hand has repeated the gloss, narrat: nuntiat, at the bottom of page. -28. Cf. De Vit; 1. vita.-32. 1. amici- tiae. -34. 1. iniuria. - 35. Two glosses confused, Necromanticus: evocator umbrarum, and Necromantia: mortuorum divinatio. - 36. 1. nenias. - 37. 1. nequam. - 40. 1. novilunium, Kalendae. -41. 1. neophytus. -47. 1. sed et. -48. 1. naevum. - 54. Cf. 35; 1. anima . . mortuorum. - 57. ? perhaps for nefaria: crudelis, inloquenda; cf. indi- cendus aAecKTo, Gloss. Philox. - 58. 1. nequaquam: nullo modo. - 6I. 1. prodigus. - 62. 1. neoterici.- 67. 1. neverant: filaverant. - 71. 1. necando. - 72. Cf. Festus, 177, 7, Nictare et oculorum et aliorum membrorum nisu saeje aliquid conari, etc.; Nonius, 440, 26,. . . nictare oculorurnm significantiam esse decreverint; oculorum may be due to some such statement. It is of course easy to amend to oculos frequenter aferire (et claudere). -73. 1. nycticorax.-75. 1. scorpius; cf. Paul. I64; Fest. I65, and Placid. 70, 13. -76. 1. nivarius: splendidus; cf. Prod. 427. -77. Cf. Prod. 6, and Festus, 177 a, i6; 1. nictit canis, etc. - 78. 1. vento. - 82. 1. nymphaticus : arrepticius; cf. lymphaticus. - 83. 1. candidus. - 86. See above, p. 130. - 89. 1. morio; cf. Proa. i9, for numerous similar glosses. - 91. = nempe. - 94. 1. dubio. -95. 1. *nictura: gannitura; cf. 77, or perhaps natura: genitura. -97. 1. Nilicola. -98. 1. nympha; cf. Amplon. 355, 22, nimpjha virga caelestis vel nzumen aequa (1. aqua). - 99. 1. nitens: incumbens; nitens: splendidus.- ioo. 1. nitelae. - 104. 1. nympha. - 107. 1. nosocomium. - no. Cf. Verg. Aen. III. 268. - iii. 1. adulterio. -113. 1. nihilo setius: nihilo minus. - 115. 1. noctiluca. - ii8. 1. tergiversator. - 119. 1. umida (the u is corrected from o in MS.); cf. Verg. Aen. II. 8.- 120. 1. putativum; cf. De Vit. - 121. 1. nomenculator; cf. Prod. 404. - 128. 1. maiestas. - 133. Cf. above, p. 130; 1. nuscitiosus . . vespere. - 136. 1. nummularius: praerogator may perhaps be kept, as praerogare is used in the sense of pay beforehand; otherwise

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read PROROGATOR. - 137. Cf. Amplon. 354, 8o, nzummisca, nammi percussura ca- latae; 1. percussura (referring to the stamp), denarius; so Bod. nuammisma: figura quae in nummo fit vel nur ntmi percussura id est denarium alii solidum dicunt. - I40. 1. noverca.


8. 1. oppositiones; cf. Serv. Georg. IV. 422, QObice; obiectione. - xo. 1. obesus.- II. i. scrupulum. -12 and 13 = 7, added by second hand; cf. Mon. 6210, obicem opposi- tionem obices rej)agule balbe = repagula valvae.- 14. 1. obit. - ig9. 1. ovans. - 20. 1. op- pugnat. - 21. 1. opponit. - 24. 1. oblimat, in this sense apparently connected with limare, lima, in sense of clean off. Cf. Acron. Hor. S. 1. 2, 62, Oblimare, delere, consumere, tractum a lima qua fabri tuntuar, aut certe a limro ut sit obducere, ut dicirus quaedarm limo obdictac, ,eriise; see Hild. 0 2I.- 26. offerta, late Latin; cf. offertor and aferto- riun.- 27. 1. obliterata.- 30. 1. obnoxius, so 3I and 32, humilis; cf. Hild. 0 30. - 33. 1. obnubit: obtegit; cf. Paul. 184, 4, obnubit, caput operit. - 34. 1. obnuberat; cf. Hild. O 31. -37. 1. obstipum. - 38. 1. obstupida; cf. Plaut. Mil. 1254, Quid astitisti obsua- pida ?-39. 1. obsoletatus: inquinatus. -41. 1. deprecat(ur). -42. 1. desperatus. -43. 1. obsoletus: sordidus.-44. I. obsecundat.-45. 1 foedissimum.-48. I. praecisa.-49-g. 1. obtorpuit: infrigidavit.-50. 1. obtensus: obcaecatus.-51. 1. obtendentes.-53. 1. immobilis. - 56. 1. obnitens. - 57. 1. obnubit, here glossed as if obnupsit. - 59. 1. obnu- bit: operit; cf. 33.- 6o. 1. obnuptus. -6i. ? Perhaps two glosses confused, obruto: oblito, and obruito: obterito. - 63. 1. impedit. - 65. ? Cf. De Vit; Mai. VI. 536, Obisal- lagis: Marsusus (Mai. adnotat <" Isid. Obsillas: marsus pro psillus: marsus ") ; see Aulus Gellius, XVI. II, i, for the connection between Psylli and Marsi. Amplon. 357, si6, Obsillages: marsus. A clue to the correct reading may perhaps be found in Isid. Or. IX. 2, 88, Marsos autem Graeci Uscos vocant quasi botoXovs quod multos serfentes habent. See also Gloss. Lat. Gr. Marsae: a ort8o04pat, 4o&SULKcrat-. Professor Gildersleeve has sug- gested OhIOMAXO2, ? being read as ' and M as AA. - 87. 1. occuluit. - 88. Cf. 9I.- 89. 1. HODOEPORICON; cf. Vita Persii, et O8otrToplKCtv librum unum. - 94. 1. tabani. - 95. 1. ministerium. -96. Cf. Festus, 242, b. 26, Antiqui autem offam vocabant abscisuin globi forma, ut Manua glomeratam pultem; 1. rotunda. - 97. Cf. Hild. 0 93, and Beck, p. 64, inficit qui colorem mutat quasi qui lanam tingit, offcit qui nocet. But cf. Plac. 73, 3, offuciarum, dictum ab offucando quod est 'fuzrtim colorare.' Hence perhaps there is some confusion with a gloss, offucat: colorat, tinguit. - IOO. 1. olitores. - 103. 1. obli- mat; cf. 24. - 104. 1. cycni; cf. Io6. - 105. OLITANA formed from olim. - 109. 1. ho- lographum. - IIo. 1. homilia.-IIi. Formed like magnopere; see above, p. 134.- 112. 1. omina; cf. 117. -I114. 1. homousion. - 115. 1. homoeusion; cf. Isid. Or. VII. 2, 14, Omousios Patri ab umitate szbstantiae appellatur. Substantia enim vel essentia Graece oieaia dicitur ipso, unum. Utrumque ergo coniunctum sonat una substantia, and I6, Omoeusios simnilis substantiae, etc.; 1. substantiae.- Ix6. Cf. De Vit, and Hild. 0 Io8. -11I7. Cf. Mai. VII. 571, oentrum: auguria maiora. - 119. 1. onustum: gravosum; cf. 124, and Loewe G. N. I66. - I20. 1. onyx. - 2I. 1. Onesiphorus: lucrum ferens; cf. Hild. 0 1 3. -i 2x. 1. onocrotalus . . . faciem gerit . . . facies . .. crotalus == Kporaos. 123. 1. onycinum. - I27. 1. operae pretium. - I28. 1. opperiens; * has been added above the line by second hand (Kaegi). - I29. 1. oppidum . . muris. - 131. See above, p. 130, and Serv. Aen. IX. 605, .... alii opidurm dici ab op/ositione murorum; vel quod homi- nibus locus esset oppletus; vel quod oAes illo mztnitionis gratia congestae sunt. - 133. 1. velat.- I34. 1. factor. -I35. 1. opitulator: adiuvator. -136. 1. oppido ... opportune. - I39. Cf. Loewe G. N. 168. - 143. 1. arbitrium. - I48. 1. oppessulatum . clave. - I49. 1. opprobrium.-151. Cf. OPITULOR.-153. 1. patre non vivo . . . mortem; cf. Prod. 396.-I54. 1. opiparum; cf. Paul. I88, 8, Oiparur magnarumr copiarun apparatum. x56. 1. ophites. - I58. 1. opportunus.- I59. 1. dives. - 163. 1. orditur. - 66. 1. lo- quens. - i67. 1. orama (horama). - x68. 1. vestigia . . in strata. -170. 1. coepta. - 174. Confusion of ora: vultus and ora: finis, extrema (pars) vestis.-- I76. Cf. I69 and 174; possibly = Gk. opot; cf. Isid. Or. XIX. 24, 2o0, Fibriae vocaae sunt orae vesti-

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menlorum, hoc estfines; ex Graeco vocabulum trahunt, Graeci enim terminuem opov vocant. I77. 1. mysteria. - I78. 1. Ortygia: Delos; cf. Serv. Aen. III. 72. - 179. 1. ortygo-

metrum (a), with confusion of gender (cf. i8i), coturnix. - i8o. Cf. Isid. Or. X. I95, Or- thaodoxus vir, rectae gloriae. - i8i. 1. horoscopus. - I82. Cf. Isid. Or. VI. I9, 23, dicitur Hebraice osanna, quod interretatuar salvifica, etc.; 1. salvum. - I88. orii for oris; cf.

I9gI. - I93. 1. oscines. -I94. 1. Si fiat; cf. Hild. O x172, and Loewe G. N. x68.


I. 1. paciscit. - 2. 1. pagus: collegium; cf. De Vit and PAGUS. - 5. 1. phalanx.- 6. 1. coniventia. - 7. Neither Pactorium nor Plantatorium appear to be found out- side of glosses. Plantarium is common. -8. So Amplon; cf. De Vit; Mai. VI. 538, j5aganicus, ut (vir?) occultus; also VII. 572, taganicius. - 9. ? Cf. I2. Perhaps for paginat (Cf. Du Cange): dissertat or disserit; In XI. century French, Saint Alexis 42 a, we find desirret = desiderat, so that desiterat may be an instance of ' umgekehrte Schreibung.' - xo. aliquo . . . alienos. - iI . ? Cf. Hild. P 6, Pagi: memoriae sine idolis. - 14. I. palaestra. - i6. In reality two glosses, paliurus: spina vel genus cardui spinosi, and palathe: massa caricarum; cf. Serv. Ecl. V. 39, Carduus; sjinae genus. Paliurus herba asjerrima et stinosa [vel ut quidam vol/nt, stirna alba]; cf. Hild. P ii and I5. - I8. -De Vit cites Palan/eum: maurus fastigiuim, Gloss MS.; Gloss. Isid. p. 690, Vulc. Palteum: murum veil fastigium (so Epin. I9, A I8; Mai. VI. 558), and Palteum; manu vel vestigium, Gloss Isid. p. 689. (Vulcan. al. Pluteum). The reading Palanteum might point to paatiaum as the original of tal/ium; cf. Isid. Or. XV. 3, 5, and Paul. 220, 5; but there is evidently a confusion of two glosses, palatum (in sense of taste): fastidium, and possibly pluteum: murum as suggested by Graevius; but cf. PALA-

TIO and PALATUS = palis munitus. -20. 1. Pales... quam.- 2I. 1. in diversa; cf. De Vit. -22. Two glosses confused, Pallas: Minerva; and palla: amictus muliebris. - 23. 1. palmula. navis by mistake for rezi; cf. Servius Aen. V. I63, talnmula extremna ars remi inz moduan ta/mae rotenta; cf. Paul. 220, 9.- 25. 1. palam. -28. Cf. Epin. 19 A, I9, 15allen/es: gaudenzes, and Hild. P io, who reads palantes in sense of tritudian/es, whence gauzdentes; but this is very doubtful. -30. 1. paludamenta: ornamenta militum unde hi qui in provincianm proficiscuntur paludati vocantur; cf. Paul. 252, 1, paludati ar- mati, ornati. Omnia enzim militaria ornamenta taludamenta dicebant. -33. Cf. Prod. 419; neither of these words occurs; cf. BUCCELLARIUS. - 34. 1. parcus. - 35. 1. parasitus . . . iniuriam. - 36. Cf. Bod. tarbala cutiidus; other glosses have tarabata =7rapad3Trqe; cf. Hild. P 6I n. -3g. 9-. paraclytum. -42. Cf. PARIENTIA, for PAREN-

TIA; the verbs tario and tpareo seem to have been confused so that a tariendo was prob- ably written for a tarendo. - 44. 1. palpitat. - 46. 1. paralipomenon: reliquum. - 48. 1. parabola. - 49. Cf. PARASCEUE. - 5I. 1. quaesita. - 54. 1. pharmacopola . . venditor. 55. I. paganorum. -56. ? Cf. PARTICUS; 1. negotiator. -57. 1. Iunonem, .... Mi- nervam . . . de malo. - 58. 1. Parius: lapis candidus. - 6o. 1. parentes suos. - 6i. 1. paroecia; cf. 65. As 7rd0poKo- = Lat. inquilinus, so rrapotia = incolatus.- 63. 1. glori- am; cf. Hild. P 35. -64. 1. exigue.- 65. PAROCHIA is a common corruption for PAR- OECIA; 1. dei domus; cf. Eucher. Instruct. II. I5, Paroecia: adiacens domus, scilicet Dei; Ball. tarrochia adiacens domas aut diocesis. - 66. 1. ludos. - 67. 1. Pancra; cf. Prod. 339 f. - 69. 1. retia; cf. PANTHER and PANTHERA. Varro L. L. V. Ioo, A quo eliam et rete fuoaddam tanther et leaena. - 70. 1. pannucium; cf. Isid. Or. XIX. 22, 24, Pan- nucia nuncutata quod sit diversis atennis obsita. -72. 1. pandectes. -74. 1. incubulis. -75. 1. poeniceum. - 76. 1. panegyrici: adulatores. - 77. Cf. Prod. 388, 1. Pansa: qui pedibus in diversa tendentibus ambulat. - 78. 1. pastophorium.- 83. 1. phiala.- 85. 1. pathologia.- 88. Cf. Bod. fatago, and Paul. 221, 3, Patagus morbigenus, and Plautus, cited by Macrob. Sat. V. I9, m&cum habet atagus morbus aes; see also De Vit. -go. 1. patruelis. - 92. 1. Paulus; cf. Isid. Or. VII. 9, 8, Paulus, quod inter re/a/ar mirabilis sive electus.- 94. 1. placido.- 97. 1. Plastographis.- 98. Cf. Prod. 387.- Ioo. 1. pla- cat. - I02. 1. peculium. - I03. 1. plantaria: horti. - o6. Cf. Hild. P 244, Placenta,

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dzlcia vel dilicias. - io8. 1. plebicola. - ilII. 1. plebem scitat: plebem adloquitur; cf. Prod. 353. - II2. 1. Pleiades. - I4. 1. plerumque (with Bod.) aliquotiens.-- 15. 1. plebeii . . hominis. - Ic8. 1. fallacia. - 22. 1. privilegium . . debetur . . . publica. -

I23. Something is omitted after det?s; cf. Velleius II. 57, cum plurima praesagia . Dei immortales futuri obtulissent periculi; Bod.praesagiumn: traescium divinum vel divi- natio raticinatio vel signum quod ante dicitur et /ost venit. - 125. 1. privignus; cf. De Vit under Prevignrzs. - 126. 1. praetereo. - 129. 1. praelibavimus . . contulimus. - I30. 1. antecedit. -I35. 1. praepropere . . festinanter. - I36. 1. praestitutum. -I38. 1.

praepes: praecursor, velox. - I44. 1. praelibando. - I45. 1. transnavigo. - 146. 1. prae- cessant (not given in Lexx.) saepe, which is not elsewhere found in the glossary; but cf. Bod. Iraessanit Iremunt exprimunt. - 150. 1. privignus; cf. I25. --I51. 1. praelocutio. - 154. 1. cunctis praepositus.-- 155. 1. praediti. - 159. 1. praevius; cf. Bod. Jraevius

dzucator antecedens precturrcens, irecedens. - I6o. 1. praes: fideiussor. - 162. 1. prae- properum . . faciendum. - I63. 1. prelum. - 165. 1. praematurus. - I67. ? 1. parvulus; cf. Hild. M d1627, modicus Jraeval/s, hence praclzis. pirel/zs as here. - I68. 1. prae- ripit. - I73. 1. praepollet. - I74. 1. praecoqua. - I76. 1. praesidiarius. - I79. 1.

praetextatus. - I83. 1. pectit. - 185. 1. peculator . . pecuniam publicam. -I86. eccu-

ariusz in this sense is well known, 1. Pecudarius with Ambr. B 31; cf. Loewe G. N. i68. I88 and i89. 1. paedor and paedora; cf. Loewe G. N. 156. - 190. 1. eruditor. - I92. 1. fraudem. - I93. 1. paelex, or perhaps PALLACA. - 195. 1. promuntorium. - 196. 1. per- versa loquens. - 1I97. Cf. Amplon. 365, 428, Pesago, homnzo iacularis; Hild P 1o7 n. gives

pesago h. iacztlaris, and pegazno: homo iaccularis. From this latter emend raiyvto =

2cegnios = cegiznos. - 198. 1. pecoratus: abutndans; cf. Loewe G. N. i68. - I99. 1. peie-

rat; cf. Loewe G. N. 225. - 200. pelagu is perhaps for pelagia, but the interpretation is like Isid. Or. XIX. I, 24, Pontonizim navigiumfluzminale tardunz et grave, and 27, Tra- bariae acmnicae naves fqutae ex sing/ulis trabibuzs cavantur, qzae alio nomnine litorariae dicunztr.- 20I. 1. pecora. -202. Cf. Hild. P Io3, and Loewe G. N. 156, who compares

Lucan II. 72 sq. .1/ox vincula fcrri cxedere sezer i lo/ngusque in carcere 6aedor, and

thinks pedatim carcerem belong together, the interpretation having been lost.- 203. ? Cf. Mai. VI. 537, and VII. 572, Pacdiiatts: Jroagatio filiorumz ac neolum; perhaps

Greek, cf. 7racor6Koe, 7rTL8070Ka; Bod. peditatus noumerus Jcditzium vel /rooagatio f//ilio-

ruzm ant nceoiznz. - 204. 1. paedore: foetore. - 205. l. pellicit. - 206. 1. pellacem

mendacem. - 207. pellector, only found in glosses. - 208. 1. paelex . . quae; cf. Hild. P

Io, and Paul. 222, 3, Pellices nuztc quidem alpellztanir alienis succumbentes non solun

feminae sed etiam mares. Antiqui _rojrie eamn pellicem nominabant quae oxorem

habenti nutbebat.- 209. ? perlusit. - 210. 1. pelta . . Amazonizum. -2 11. 1. promp-

tuarium.- 212. 1. penates.- 213. 1. pendulus: elevatus.- 2I5. 1. paenula. - 216. 1. faveo.

- 220. 1. pendere. - 221. 1. inrumpit. - 222. 1. paene. - 223. 1. peritomen. - 224. 1.

poeniceo. - 225. 1. paene. - 226. 1. pretii persolutio. - 227. 1. pinace or pinax; cf. Hild.

P 115. - 228. 1. impulit. - 230. 1. melo. - 232. 1. Minervae. - 233. 1. melones. - 235.

1. praepetes. - 237. 1. permulcet. - 239. 1. peribolum; the latter part of this gloss is ob-

scure, and probably due to some confusion; cf. Hild. P 164.--240. percenset. -24I . 1.

perculit . . adegit. -243. 1. timidus. - 244. 1. perquirit. - 250. 1. perlabitur; cf. Verg.

Aen. I. 147. - 251. Cf. Hild. P 172-174. - 252. Perhaps for pervulgatum; Ball. per- mnlgatus. - 254. Cf. Lagarde Onom. Sacra p. 70, Petrns agnoscens sive dissolvens.-

256. 1. peragit. - 257. 1. PERPESSICIUS. - 258. 1. perpes: perpetuus; so Bod. - 260. 1.

perpendit: perpensat. - 263. 1. pos cras. - 268. 1. perculit, . . prostravit, with Bod.; cf.

241.- 270. Cf. other similar glosses in De Vit. Pergenuare is not given by Lexx. - 271.

persum = pessum. - 272. 1. perimit. - 273. 1. personavit, publicatus. - 277. 1. PORI-

PSEMA. - 278. perduellis seems to be glossed as if abl. pl. from perduLellus. Cf. Hild. P

152, Perd/elles: hzostes. -279. Cf. Verg. Aen. VI. 435. -286. 1. periculum. -287. 1.

per ironiam: per inrisionem. - 29I. 1. periscelides. - 292. 1. percellit. -293. 1. per-

spicacem: vigilantiorem; so Bod. -295. ? 1. pervium; cf. Hild. P 205, $ervium,

quod Pertransinus, id est planum. - 296. 1. purgamentum.- 299. 1. pervigilans. - 300. 1. pertaesum: taediosum permolestum. - 303. 1. tegmina accubitus; cf. Prod.

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suma; confracta, decrepita. - 305. 1. perplexum.- 306. 1. persentiscat: ex toto. -

307. 1. perplexa: perplicata (?); cf. Lucr. II. 394, but see Bod. Perplexus: perliga- tus involutus impeditus, Hild. P I86, perplexa, perligata, who cites Paul. 231, 8, plexa colligata uznde perplexa, by which analogy perlig-ata maybe defended.- 309. 1.

perperam. - 310. Cf. Plac. 74, 8, persollas: personas, and Prod. 261 (Plaut. Curc.

192). -312 . . pessulum: clustellum (not given in Lexx.). - 3I5. 1. aurea . . tenu- issima. - 320. 1. battuunt, confirmant.- 321. ? - 322. 1. pipat: conviciatur, quiritat ut

passer, with Loewe G. N. 219, who gives viciatus, as reading of San Gallensis, but Kaegi reads vicitatus. - 323. 1. phlegma. - 325. 1. peniculum: spongia. - 326. 1. pyxides. -

328. Cf. Isid. Or. VII. 9, I6, Philippus os lampadarunm, vel os manuum. - 329. 1. pirata. -331. 1. placationes. -332. 1. hasta Romana.- 333. 1. PILARIUM. - 334- 1. fastigium. -335. 1. adhuc . .. ardet.- 336. 1. bestiae marinae. - 337. 1. peccato. - 338. 1. PICTI

. . et qui tegunt se corio crudo. - 339- 1. dantur. - 341. 1. primulum? or primipilum? cf. Bod. primolus: primorum princeps. - 344. cf. PRIMORIS. - 347. 1. pridie. - 348. 1. pospridie: hodie. - 349. So Hild. P 381, but not found in use. - 350. 1. privilegium. -

353. 1. primigenus; cf. Lucr. II. I Io. - 356. 1. caballarius ... virgis; cf. De Vit. - 357. 1. herbae . . . lavantur = Gr. r6a. - 359. 1. PODERES. - 360. 1. pullulat. - 364. 1. pollet: crescit. -366. Cf. De Vit and Mai. VI. 540, Politen; ubi cadavera ponuntur: Graecum

est, where Mai. notes, " Isid. polingon. Dic autem polyandrion.' Very likely, however, there is some connection with pollincts, see 363. - 368. 1. penates. - 370. 1. concava.-

377. 1. postulaticius; cf. Hild. P 303, and ROGATARIUS. - 378. 1. carminis. - 381. 1. PTOCHOTROPHEUM. - 382. 1. ponit. - 389. 1. podex . .. id est anum vel culum. face- denica = SabyeaeLvt6Ko, which in some inexplicable way has crept into this gloss. - 394. 1.

captivitatem . . . iura quae amiserat. - 396. 1. muris; cf. Hild. P 277, and Varro L. L. V.

143, pomerium locus iuxta muros. -399. Confusion of two glosses, potior: frunor; and potior: jotentior. - 402. 1. bibitor.- 404. 1. probe. - 409. 1. probata. - 411. for other similar glosses see Prod. 397. - 413. prolongum is perhaps to be retained; cf. PROLON-

GUS, or it may stand for praelongum or jerlongzm. -415. Cf. Prod. 395.-419. 1. subiti.

-420. 1. primates, nobiles. - 421. 1. proclina. - 422. ? -424. 1. mali pronuntia for prae- nuntia. - 427. 1. polluta. - 429. 1. profatur. - 435. 1. prolepsis . . . postea; cf. Pom- peii Commentum; Keil V. 301, prolempnsis est traeoccupatio: sic potest latine dici, iro- lempsis est praeoccuspatio rei fulurae, pleraque quae postea fiunt sic dicimus nos, quasi antea facta sint. - 438. 1. publicatum. -439. 1. procacia . . . audacia. -440. 1. dubio. - 44I. 1. differt. - 442. 1. prodigus and prodigit: devorat, or perhaps devorator. - 446. Cf. Mai. VII. 574, profani: alieni a sacrifciis, the latter part of this gloss may therefore be a corruption of jbrofani: alieni a fano; cf. Isid. Or. X. 224, trofanus quasi porro a

fano, but a simpler emendation is alieno sono. -454. 1. restituere. -458. 1. paranympha; cf. Isid. Or. IX. 7, 8. -462. 1. propinquius. -464. 1. promatertera.- 465. Cf. 468, incli- nts seems to be a collateral form of inclinis. - 466. Perhaps for propiorem, but see 478.- 467. 1. propalam. - 470. Cf. PRONEFAS and Hild. P 465. - 472. 1. proaviae. - 473. 1. pro re. - 474. 1. festinat. - 476. Prorigo is not found in Lexx. Possibly a corruption of praerogatur: ante erogatur. - 480. 1. prora. - 482. 1. prospectans. - 482. 1. prosequi- tur. -486. 1. iram. -488. 1. protelat. -490. 1. provehor. -491. 1. prostituunt. - 492. 1. prunas. - 493. 1. proselytus. - 497. 1. protoplastum. - 498. 1. superbus. - 502. 1. occidatur. - 503. 1. poplites . . . suffragines. - 504. 1. puberat . . . incrementat; cf. Hild. P 549. - 505. 1. iuvenes. - 5o8. 1. genae barbam emittentes. - 510. 1. pubescit.- 513. Cf. PUGILLAR. - 514. 1. pugnum. - 5I5. 1. ubi statuae stant. - 5I6. 1. pullulat . . . oritur. - 517. 1. nascitur. - 518. 1. partu puerum. -

525. Cf. 5I7 and 5I8.

Q. 4. Nothing more can be read in MS. 1. confractum; cf. Vulg. Matth. 12, 20, Arun-

dinemn quassatam non confringet. - 6. Cf. QUANTOCIUS, and Hild. Q 14. - 7. 1. quan- tulum. - 6. 1. quadrifidum: quadrifarie. - 12. I. querela. - 14. 1. acquisitio.- 15. 1. quaestio. - I6. 1. questus. - 17. 1. ad rem quaerendam. - i8. 1. querulus . . accusator. - 19. 1. potuerint. - 20. 1. quae quaestu corporis; cf. De Vit. According to Kaegi there

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is a slight rasura in MS. between cb and cortoris. - 22. 1. quempiam. - 24. 1. possum. - 26. 1. quempiam. - 27. Cf. Mai. VI. 542, Queror: iniurias vindico (? indico) vel querel- lam depono. - 28. 1. pecuniam publicam praerogat. - 29. 1. queunt. - 30. Confusion of two glosses, quivi: potui and quievi: consensi. - 33. 1. etiam.- 36. 1. quietem. - 37. Cf. Mai. VI. 543, Quis quantus: quam magnzus. - 38. 1. quin etiam: si etiam magis ac magis. - 39. 1. struit. - 43. = quid ni in 4I, or perhaps for quippini; 1. firmandi. - 48. 1. quaesitor. - 55. 1. potestate. - 59. 1. denuo. - 65. 1. quomodo.


4. Cf. RHAMNUS; 1. herbae spinosae. - 5. 1. botryonem. - 8. Cf. Prod. 346 and G. N. 142 for forms randznm, rabaninzi rabar. - 12. 1. rabulam; cf. Paul. 272, 9, Rabula dicitur in multis intentus negotiis paratusque ad radendum quid auferendumque vel quia est in negotiis agendis acrior quasi rabioszus, and Nonius 60o, I2, where rabulaimi is quoted from Cic. Orator 15. -I4. 1. invidia dolor; cf. Bod. rancor iznvidia dolor vel odizumz. - 15. Cf. Isid. Or. VII. 5, 13, Rajphael interpretatur curatio vel medicina Dei. Ubicun- que enim curandi et medendi opus necessarium est; hic angelus a Dco mittitur inde et medicina Dei vocatur. - I8. ramen, collateral form of ramentum; cf. Loewe G. N. I69; 1. specie. - I9 i. rapidus . celer; the form randus is perhaps due to some confusion with 8; cf. Amplon. 372, Io05, raidzurz: arbitrandzum. - 21. 1. Romulo. - 22. = baKd,

Matthew V. 22. - 24. For clausa, cf. Isid. Or. IV. 7, 14, Raucedo amputatio vocis. Haec et arteriasis vocatur, eo quod rauzcam vocem et clazusam reddat ab arteriarum iniuria; see Festus 282, Paulus 283. - 25. 1. rebitere; cf. Loewe G. N. I99. - 27. 1. redimitus.

29. 1. redimiicula. - 30. 1. a vetustate.- 32. 1. redhibet. - 36. 1. redhibitionem.- 4I. Cf. REDUX. - 43. 1. aperit; cf. Serv. Aen. I. 358, Recludit; seclusos aperit, ostendit.

44. 1. recenset . . recognoscit. - 45. 1. adcumbit. -47. 1. rica: mitrae geinus; but the spelling reicaz may be etymological; cf. Varro L. L. V. I32, ab reiciendo ricinziumz dic- tzium. Cf. Nonius 629, I7, Rica, est quod nos suzdariuoz diciozus, and Festus 289 b, i9, Rica est vestimentuoz quadratum fimzbriatzumz pur-pureuz, quto Flaozizicae Jro palliolo mitrave niebantur, etc. Paulus has not preserved mitra in the Epitome. In Varro L. L. V. I30, mzitra is discussed immediately after ricza.- 49. 1. repletum.- 50. 1. refertus.- 5I. 1. referserunt. - 52. Cf. REFOCILLO.- 63. 1. gutbernatio; cf. Festus 278 b, 3, Regi- men pro rcgimizzto zusurjgant poctae; Ennius, L. XVI. 'Primus senex bradyn t (ratzis, Bergk) in regimen bellique peritus.' - 73. Cf. above, p. 130. - 76. Cf. Loewe G. N. I69; 1. remulcant (preserved in Sp. remolcar), used by Sisenna, quoted by Nonius, 57, 20, where Quicherat wrongly reads remzulco trahzere. See Paul. 279, I, Remuzzco est, quum scaphae remzis navis magnza trahitur. 1. scapha navem duLcunt. - 77. 1. resplendet.- 78. 1. remex: *remigator, formed regularly from rcmzigo; cf. Loewe G. N. i69. - 8o. 1. renitentibus.- 8I. renidet; the explanation redolct is perhaps due to some association with nidor; cf. Hild. R 96.- 82. 1. arbitrabare. - 84. 1. arbitrabamini.- 87. 1. redit ad sua(m patriam). - 88. 1. repedat; cf. Prod. 335.- -91. 1. repagula: receptacula.- 92. 1. repperit. - 94. 1. subitaneus, due to confusion of two glosses; cf. 89, and Bod. rejerts szbito tra/hes ctataizs vel serlens. - 96. 1. otiosi; cf. Serv. Aen. I. 722.- 97. Cf. 88. - Ioo. 1. otiosus. - I02. 1. integrum. - I03. 1. resciscere: cognoscere. - I05. 1. resiliunt; cf. io8. Compare RESULTATOR, one who resists or denies, and Plac. 78, 25, Resultatio id est reluclatio, quae renititur et contra tendit, etc. - II3. Cf. Hild. R 95, Rendis, requies ociosa. Hild. proposes to read residia: requzies or reses: quies, otiosa, taking quies as an adj. See also Amplon. 37I, 8o, resides, requiescendo otiosus. - I 14. Cf. Hild. R I24, Rescit, scit, comnerii, cogzoscit; l. rescit: discit. condisire perhaps be- longs to a gloss rescire: condiscere. - iI6. 1. resipiscit, but the form reticescit had doubt- less some other gloss. Cf. Coniticescit: reticescit, Not. Tir. p. 90, and Georges under reticesco. - I20. 1. recubans.- 12I. 1. replicat. - I23. 1. repercutit. - I25. 1. RHEUMA.

- I29. 1. pos tergum. - I30. Cf. 97. - I33 1. repedo; cf. I30. - I35. 1. revecta.-

138. 1. rigebant; cf. Verg. Aen. V. 405. - 139. 1. rimae.- I40. Cf. Nonius I65, 4,

Ringitur, irascitziur. Terentius in Phormione [II. 2, 271]. - 142. Cf. RIMO and SCRUTO.

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tius in Eunucho [II. 3, 62]. 1. ad unum rivum currentes.- 146. 1. riget: friget; cf. Verg. Aen. IV. 251, where Servius, Riget, aut frigida est, aut recta est unde et rigorem dicimus, directionem. Inde est (Georg. III. 363) vestesque rigescunt, et (Aen. VII. 447) Diriguere oculi. - I47. ? Cf. previous note. - 148. 1. iuncturis tabularum. - I5I. 1. rhi- noceron. - 154. 1. rubus. - I57. ? 1. robigo. . gelum; aerugo; see 172. - I58. 1. pyram. 161. = -pjLY, etymological explanation of Roma; cf. Paul. 267, 5, Romulus et Remus a virtute, hoc est robore appellati sunt. - 163. 1. Romulidae; cf. Serv. Aen. VI. 21. -

164. 1. rostrum pecorum est; os hominum = Differentia. - 166. 1. rosea; cf. Serv. Aen. II. 593, roseo; pulchro. Perletuum epitheton Veneris. - I68. Perhaps for rorarius (notice that roscidum precedes); cf. Paul. 264, 8, Rorarios milites vocabant qui levi armatura pirimi proelium committebant; Nonius 552, 31, who cites two examples of the sing. from Lucilius. But there is some confusion with runa; cf. Paul. 263, i, Runa genus telli significat; Ennius, "Runata recedit," id est lilata. Why not, therefore, Runa- nus =pilanus? Cf. 178 and Papias, Runa: pugna. Ugut. Rzuna stipula vellpugna; unde runatus praeliatus. - 169. 1. flavo, or rubro may = rubrum. - 172. Cf. 157. MS. has gelum u; 1. aerugo. - 178. 1. alii pugna. Confusion with runa; see 168. - I8I. Cf. Serv. Aen. VII. 16, ruditus autem proprie est clamor asinorum, sicut grunnitus porcorum. - 182. 1. RUMIGERULUS: portitor rumoris. - 183. 1. RHOMPHAEA. - 186.

For rupra read rupia, the pure Lat. form of rhomphaea, 183; cf. Amplon. 373, 71, Rupia ex utraqueparte acuta; so Isid. Or. XVIII. 6, 3. - 188. 1. denuo. - 189. The Lexx. cite only Ov. Met. VII. 765, for rurigena. - 190. 1. pagus. - 1I92. vi et fama is a corruption of poo-nGa used as in late Greek for medicine. Compare V 15I, vuetema: adiutoria. rustu is for rustum, and goes back to Verrius Flaccus; cf. Fest. 265 a, 34, Rustum ex (? sentex) rubus. De Vit cites Gloss. Med. MS. Rusti et sentix idem nasci- tur ubique in campis et sepibus secundum librum antiquum de simllici medicina. Mai. VII. 578, Rusti: arbores duri singulari numero. Mai. VI. 543, Rusticum lignum: fo- liis spinosum. For the close connection of rubus and sentix cf. Isid. Or. XVII. 7, 59, Rhamnus genus est rubi, quam vulgo senticem ursinam appellant. - 193. inculti is added by the same hand as 200. - 195 and I96. The same gloss repeated. De Vit cites Gloss. Gr. Lat. Ilro(its e&rI ouloSoJ/Is: ruina rues, Gloss. Isid. rues, ruina, and compares lues. - 197. ? So Ball. Festus 262 b, 31, has a long and very corrupt note on Ruscum, in the course of which he says, Non dissimile iunco. Cf. Mai. VIII. 509, Ruscus: slina longa, and De Vit under ruscidum. - 198. 1. fulget.


3. 1. cupiditas; cf. Serv. Aen. III. 57, Sacra, execrabilis.-5. 1. saviat = suaviat. Nonius 474, io and 12, gives two examples of active forms. -8. 1. lutosa; cf. Hild. S 17. -6. Cf. SALPICTA, SALPINCTA. - II. 1. sagax . . ad; cf. Prod. 94, satax (= sagax):

sapiens, investigator. - 12. 1. saccella; cf. Paul. 319, 4, Sacella dicunt loca diis sacrata sine tecto. - 14. 1. quo vacuae naves stabiliuntur; cf. Hild. S 2, and Scholia Bernensia ad. Verg. Georg. IV. 195, Saburram, harenam Saburra dicitur qua naves onerantur ad aequum opus, etc. - 15. 1. urbanitas.- 17. salvus is probably the word erased.- 19. Mai. VI. 544, has locus cultosa, which Hild. S 17 n. emends to lutosa; cf. 8. Bod. has lutosa.-20. 1. incultus.-23. Cf. SAMBUCISTRIA; cf. Mai. VI. 544, Sambucistri;

quae canunt cithara rustica. - 24. 1. saltator; cf. Hild. S 27, Sambucus, histrio, saltator. -25. 1. SAMBUCAE; cf. Paul. 324, 7.--28. 1. cultum.-29. 1. diiudicavit.-31. Cf. Paul. 324, 6, 1. auripigmentum, mundus in sense of cosmetic; cf. Isid. Or. XIX. 17, I2, Arsenicum quod Latini ob colorem auripigmentum vocant colligitur in Ponto ex auraria materia ubi etiam Sandaracha, etc.- 34. ? Cf. Amplon. 379, 353, Sabapapa: unum quasi dulco acidum; and 379, 14, Sabalalla, vinum quasi dulciatum; Mai, VI. 544, SaIlpapala acidum vinum (Mai. emends va,la). Probably a vulgar compound of sapa + vappa. - 35. Cf. Gloss. Isid. Sarga; non idoneus cuiuslibet artis Irofessor and several similar glosses cited by De Vit, 1. cuiuslibet artis. Du Cange cites from Hincmarus Lau- dun. Episc. tom. 2, p. 336, Nec recognosco me alicui parentum meorum velut Sargae de-

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disse beneficium; compare also ARGA in Du Cange. - 36. Cf. above, p. 130.--37. 1. lingua Persa bracae; cf. Amplon. 378, 345, Sarabara; braccae lingzua Persarrnz. - 38. 1. coniunctum; for sarcturt see Neue Formenlehre II. 564. -44. 1. praefecti.--45. 1. sorices; cf. Prod. 344, f; saures may have been an old plural like seines from senex. -

46. 1. satellitum turma. -50. Cf. Isid. Or. XVI. 26, Ii, Saturn .... unumz et dirnidi- umr modiumn ca,iens. Cuius nomen ex Hebraeo sermone tractuim est. - 5I. Two glosses united, 1. latronum; cf. Serv. Aen. XII. 7, latroanes, quasi laterones, quod circa latera re- gum sunt, quos nunc satellites vocant; Isid. Or. X. 255, Sate/les, quod adhaereat alteri, sive a lateris custodia. - 55. Isid. Or. VIII. 4, 4, Saducaei interpretanuzr iusti. -56. 1. virtutumr.; so Isid. Or. VII. 1, 7. - 57. 1. tentatio vel saturitas; cf. Isid. Or. VII. 9, 7, Saulus Hebraeo sermone tentatio dicitur eo quod prius in tentatione ecclesiae sit conver- sus. Persecutor enim erat, et ideo nomen habebat istud quando persequebatur Christianos. Lagarde Onom. Sacra. 7I, Saulus tentatio respicientis vel saturitas. - 58. 1. Samaritae; cf. Isid. Or. VIII. 4, 9. - 59. ? aperit, perhaps for arrepit, or is there some confusion with a gloss scindit: aperit ? - 60. 1. scatit; so Lucr. VI. 89I, or scatet. - 64. 1. SCA-

PUM; SO Mai. VI. 544, Scalus: szummitas aut cactumen. - 67. 1. cisternae; cf. Mai. VII. 578, scatae: bullitiones. Serv. Georg. I. IIo, has Scatebris; ebullitionibus, etc. - 68. 1. Iscariotes . ... nomine appellatus est a Iuda vico; cf. Largarde Onom. Sacra p. 62, Iscariothl memoriale domini. - 69. Cf. Prod. 389. Bod. Scaurus czi cales re- trorsum habundantius eminent pede introrsus incurvumn. - 71. 1. si quominus. - 73. 1. scapha. - 74. Cf. STATER. - 75. 1. moles id est congeries. - 77. 1. suffocat. - 79. Cf. STRAGULO (De Vit), and Isid. Or. XIX. 26, I, Stragulum est vestis discolor, quod manu artificis diversa varietate distinguitur. StraguZa vestis, Hor. Sat. II. 3, I1 8, was prob- ably glossed as varia vestis; but Mai. VI. 546, and VII. 58I, has strangulat: variat.- 88. Cf. Paul. 292, 5, Socordiam quidam pro ignavia posuerunt; Cato pro stultifia posuit. Compositum autem videtur ex se quod est sine et corde. See Loewe G. N. I69. - 9I. 1. frequens assiduus. - 93. Originally two separate glosses, secus: aliter, and secus: prope, i. e. in its use as prep. - 97. Cf. Isid. Or. XVI. 25, ix8, Sicel, qui Latino sermone siclus corrupte appellatur, Hebraeum nomen est habens apud eos unciae jlondus, etc. - 99. 1. seditio. - Ioo. 1. serrae cadunt or cadant (often after quod in such definitions the subj. is found). I03. 1. secernit. - Io5. 1. semiviro. - Io6. Cf. Verg. Aen. VI. 462. - 107. ? Cf. De Vit and Hlild. S 137, Sezntens: sentiafirma vel indubitata resjonsio; with note. Isidorus has the same gloss, adding I,ro6vrnma perhaps for 'Aro(LvrJqja, as Julius Rufiniantus ? 19, 'A7ro4i6v-na, sezntentia restonsiva, -so that the whole gloss may have been taken from some rhetorical treatise. - io8. 1. saepsit. - iog. 1. serae. - iii. Cf. SEMESTRIA.

- 12. 1. adinventor. - 113. 1. poenam. - 114, 1. scaevus: sinister; cf. iI6.- 1I5. 1.

schema.-II8. 1. scirpus; cf. CALAMAUCUS.- I2I. 1. scammata... athletae.- 122. 1. SCENOPEGIA .... figuntur .. Septembri; cf. Amplon. 379, 24, scenojegia: tabernaculo-

rumfictio vel casa; Isid. Or. XVIII. 43, Scena . . unde et apud Hebraeos tabernaculo- rum dedicatio a similitudine domiciliorum cK-qvorpytta appellabatur. - 127. 1. tarde. - 130. Notice the use of medius for half; cf. I49 and i6o. - 132. 1. iudicum. - 133. 1. distric- tls. - I34. 1. Selenites, emend from Mai. VII. 579, Sevenites lapis persicus cuius can- dor cum luna crescere atque deficere monstratur; so here, 1. crescere atque minuere; Isid. Or. XVI. Io, 7, has . . minui atque augeri. Nascitur in Persida. - 135. Septimontium is explained by Festus 340 and 348, to which our gloss, however, bears little resemblance; the latter part of the gloss must be kept distinct, quia (quae) super septem montes sedet. Perhaps festus should be read for certus, with Paulus. - 136. Probably a corruption of semispathium (but perhaps of semisicium from sica); cf. Isid. Or. XVIII. 6, 5, Semi- sjatium gladius est a media spat/hae longitudine a;pellatum, non ut imrudzens vu/gus dicit sine sslacio, dum sagitta velocior sit. Semig/ladium seems not to occur elsewhere.- 145. 1. susceptor; cf. Hild. S 145- - 148. Cf. SERTOR and Festus 340, 22 if.- 15o. Cf.

Verg. Aen. II. 269.- 152. 1. saevit: furit. - I55. For districtio in the sense of severi- tas, see Kukula de tribus Pseudo-Acronianorum Scholiorum Recensionibus, p. I I; first so used by Cassianus (Coen. Inst. V. 38), who wrote between 425 and 450. - 157. 1. se- minecem; cf. Verg. Aen. V. 275. - I58. Cf. SESCUPLUS. - i6o. Cf. Verg. Aen. III.

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ferreus and Gloss. Arab. Lat. Verutus: qui habet spiltum; but possibly speltum is a

corruption of spiclum ; see, however, Du Cange under spedum.- 170. 1. Sperchius.- I73. 1. STELLIONATUS . . venditur.- 175. 1. stemmata .... nobilitas.-- I76 and

177. Cf. Isid. Or. VII. II, 4, Stephanus, qui sermone Hebraeo interpretatur norma quod prior fuerat in ministerio ad imitationem fidelium. ... Idem autem ex Graeco ser- mone in Latinum vertitur coronatus. Lagarde Onom. Sacra p. 71, Stephanum normamt nostram vel cvKorbv nostrum, quo veru et iacula diriguntur. - 178. 1. symbola: collectio nummorum. - I79. De Vit Lex. gives gloss. Lat. Gr. Sicilum; tvpbv acKVTewi (h. e. no- vacula sutoris), 1. sutorum. - x18. For sidus = tempestas, cf. Serv. Aen. XI. 259 and XII. 45I.--184. 1. a Sicano rege.-I185.. .gladiator.--187. 1. Sicanium.--I88. 1. stellae.-- 89. Cf. Verg. Aen. IV. I37. 1. Tyria.- II. Cf. SICERA; Isid. Or. XX. 3, x6, Sicera est omnis potio quae extra vinum inebriare potest; Amplon. 376, 209, Sicera qui fit dactili szcu. The MS. reading is somewhat doubtful, with several corrections by a second hand; 1. omnes conf(ectiones?) liquoris quae vinum imitantur et inebriant, sed proprie est liquor ad bibendum suavis qui ex dactylis exprimitur. - I93. 1. segnities: tar- ditas, pigritia; cf. 197 and 198.- 200. 1. syllogismus.-201. 1. folliculus leguminis.- 206. So Mai. VI. 545; tubus = water-pipe, otherwise one might suppose connection with Festus 352, and Paul. 353, 7, Tullios alii dixerunt esse silanos, alii rivos, etc.-214. 1. synodus: congregatio senum..--215. 1. synonyma: plura nomina .... significant. -

217. Mai. VI. 545, singultus; suzggultium; but subglztium is supported by SUBGLUTIO and by glutio. Both forms may have existed in the vulgar pronunciation; cf. Mai. VI. 579, singlutum ; qui loquitur per singlutos (= singultus, to which it is corrected by second hand). Loewe G. N. 169 accepts subgluttus as a new word, following Cas. 402 2, singul/tum: subgluttum. - 217. Cf. SYMBOLUM in its ecclesiastical use. - 218. 1. sinus. - 2I9. 1. spiritum caloris vitae; cf. Pliny XXVII. 41, Alum quod nos vocamus, Graeci symnlziton petraeum .... utilissimum lateribus, . . . pectori, pulmonibus, sanguinem reicientibus, faucibus asperis. The meaning here given seems to be based on the Lat. Halurn as if derived from halo, and differs from that of Pliny 1. c. and Isid. Or. XVII. 9, 6I. - 220. 1. dimitte. - 221. 1. synagoga, frequently written with an i in MSS. - 223. 1. syngraphum: cautio, suscriptio. - 225. 1. synaxin. - 228. Cf. SIROMASTES. De Vit Lex. quotes lanceis syromatis as a variant in Reg. III. iS, 28. -229. 1. aestiualis. -233. Cf. Isid. Or. XV. 1, 5, Sion quae Hebraice speculatio interpretatur; cf. Lagarde Onom. Sacra p. 39, Sion specula vel speculator sive scopulus. -235. Cf. Lagarde Onom. Sacra p. 66, Simon /one moerorem vel audi tristitiamr; p. 71, Simonis obedientis sive ponentis tris- tiamn aut audientis moerorem. - 236. 1. scivit < scisco, sententiam dedit. - 239. 1. schis- ma. -240. 1. Scyllae. -241. = aKv,Tres ; cf. CINIFES and Isid. Or. XII. 8, 14, Cyniphes muscae minutissimae sunt, aculeis permolestae. - 244. Cf. SCENA, e. g. in scena testi- monii, for aKc,vr TOv gapTvp(ov, Exod. 27, 2I, where the Vulgate has tabernaculum. -

247. 1. se ligant. - 248. spicularius is not given by Lexx. - 250. 1. spiculum. - 252. 1. oluerunt; cf. Verg. Aen. I. 404, where Servius explains by exhali/erunt. -254. 1. Stygia. - 256. Cf. STICA (Du Cange) and SPICA, and De Vit under stigium and striga. In Gr. orLxadpLov is used for a variegated tunic (Eccl.). -157. Perhaps the latter part of the gloss is to be tak3n by itself = stilus: eloquium tractatoris; for de quo instrumental see Ronsch 393, f. - 258. 1. stemma, stemmata. - 260. Cf. Verg. Aen. IV. I36, and below, 274.--264. censum is here used in sense of tribute. See De Vit Lex. IV.- 265. 1. propago. -267. Cf. Verg. Georg. III. 366, 1. gelata; cf. 280. -268. 1. stibio; cf. Vulg. Reg. IV. 9, 30, Iezabel . . de/inxit oculos suos stibio.- 269. 1. Styx.- 274. See 260.- 270. 1. stinc; cf. Prod. 346.- 275. 1. stipes.- 277. 1. stipulatio. -278. 1. stiva.- 279. See above, p. 137. - 280. ? As it is at the top of the opposite page to 267 it may be a corrupt continuation of the gloss on stiria; cf. Mai. VII. 581, Stiria, spinae nomen est cujus fructus grana habet guttis similia. Ergo stiria stillicidium congelatum : et si naribus muci congel/uerunt, stiria dicitur; Ball. stirina aqua in gelu conversa. longe may be corrupt for congelata. - 282. 1. pater. -285. 1. sobrinus; cf. Digest. 38, 1o, 3. Patrui magnusfilius ei de cuius cognatione quaeritur, iropius sobrino vocatur. -291. 1. solitudo: EREMUS. - 296. 1. astutia. -297. 1. sospes. -302. 1. solennia, and

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ut mutari ob religionem non debeat ab solito, id est firmo atque solido nominata, etc. -

304. 1. soloecismus. -311. Cf. Prod. I47, and De Vit. Sconna seems to be formed by assimilation from sculna; cf. Macrob. Sat. 2, I3, Sjonsione contendit Antonius, dignus sculna Munatio Planco, qui tam honesti certaminis arbiter electus est.- 319. 1. spurca.- 321. Cf. HISTORIOGRAPHUS; SO storie for historiae. -322. Perhaps for stolidus: osus, odiosus; cf. 0 192; for this meaning compare Aul. Gellius XVIII, 4, io, ' stolidos, autem vo- cari, non tam stzultos et excordes, quam austeros et molestos et inlepidos, quos Graeci 'I oxOX7po)g Kai oprTLKOV'S dicerent.' - 323. Cf. STROPHA, and Hild. S 309, 1. fraus im- postura; praeversio is perhaps for perversio; Papias cited by Hild. has coilversio. - 325. 1. STROPHARIUS. - 328 and 33I. Tertullian uses sutbnixus in sense of subject to; cf. Hild. S 335, subnixus, submissus, hIumilis, where Hild. makes this note, L. subnexus, quod magis voc. zumilZis respondet, sed sztbuzixus quoque explicari possit submnzissus ut Papias subnixus, sutpjositus, s7fful/us; and Mai. VI. 546, sub;zixus, circumdatus vel hzumilis. - 332. subtrectare is not given by the Lexx., but the same gloss is found Mai. VI. 547; cf. subrogatus, 376.-- 34I. Cf. Verg. Aen. XI. 268, Devicta Asia subsedit adulter, where Servius, quidam 'szub ' pro 'post' acciPizunt u2t sit pro 'lost possedit' ]egitur et devictam Asiam quod si est, ita intellegamus ut ' szbsedit ' sit dolo possedit. 1. succedgn- do. - 344. 1. supparant . . . parant; cf. Du Cange under Szppavrare and Suj?paratura.

-347. I have not found the comparative subnixius in use.- 35I. 1. subsicivis. - 353. So Serv. Aen. III. 483, explains suzbtemine by trama. - 356. Cf. Plac. 83, 4, Subuzixus est izstruzctus aliquo auxii/o, item subnixus, suffultus ex omni parte. - 358. Prob- ably for suffasciatus; cf. FASCIATUS, but there may be some confulsion witlh SUFFARCINA- TUS. - 359. 1. subcenturiatus. - 360. Cf. Verg. Aen. III. 582, caelutm sublexere fuLmo ; perhaps here glossed as if a perfect; subl/ustru is all that can be read in MS., perhaps for sublzustravere. De Vit cites sublustro, as, Atto. Polypt. p. 54, Neque sublustrat; cf. suB- LUsTRIS. - 362. 1. libidinantes. -363. 1. dicione. - 364. ? 1. subsicivus, but praesubdolus or persubdolus is very doubtful; perhaps the prae is due to some corruption of interjres; cf. Mai. VI. 546, subcesiva: subsequentia, succedanea dolosa, and Gloss Isid. subcisi- vus: malus interSres. - 365. subrepsit = surripuit. The perfects of surrelo and sur- rijio seem to have been confused. - 366. 1. tuLlit. - 370. Cf. Amplon. 378, 283, subequi- libra: sublibrato iuzdicio. aequzilibra is not given by the Lexx.- 37i. Cf. Verg. Aen. II. I69. -372. subtrecta = sulbtracta is perhaps in sense of dimin/uta, and so might be glossed by inclinata in the sense of ' on the wane; ' compare above, 332, subtrectatur.-

573. So Mai. VI. 546; but I do not understand humiliate; cf. Seneca Herc. Furens 392,

quin ipse torvyun subrigens crista caput. subice or subige calut would make better sense. - 376. 1. substitutus. - 377. See above, p. I30, = stercus suillum. - 380. 1. suillas. -382. 1. consuere cosire. cosire is the later form; cf. Loewe G. N. i oS. Treat- ing of gloss dissire: desuere, he says, "Sire ist eine vulgare Fortbildung von suere, die wir noch in einem ander-n Compositum finden, das gleichfalls die Glossae ' abavus' bieten.

cusire: consuere, und consuere: cosire. Letzteres ist dann im Italienischen zu cucire

geworden."-386. Cf. Paul. 332, 4, Scruzi dicuntur as/era saxa, etc.- 387. 1. scopu- lim. - 388. Cf. Hild. S 89 n. and Loewe G. N. i69. No verb Scrulu/o or noun Scru-

puzlator is given in Lexx. De Vit cites, Scrizjulor: so/llicitor; Scripu/latuzr: sollicitatur;

scrujulator: sollici/a/or. Scru /latus; ctriosus et sollicitatzus, etc.; so that the word seems well attested. - 389. Cf. Hild. S 2T8. 1. titiones, cf. Nonius 182, x8, Titionem

fustenz ardenztem, and TITIO. -392. 1. suffuso; doubtless refers to Verg. Aen. XI. 67I, where most modern editors read with Med. m. p. szf7'osso; Servius speaks of both read-

ings. -394. 1. suffragium.- 396. Cf. Mai. VI. 547, szffraginatus, praecisis cruribus; Loewe G. N. 170; Hild. S 365, Sqzffraginatus, fractis cruribus vel substitus in locum decedentis, showing a confusion with a gloss like 397, where for cumz accordingly read in

locuzm decedentis. - 398. 1. sufficit; cf. Verg. Aen. II. 6I8, with Servius' note. - 400. 1. scruttinium. - 401. 1. scurrula.- 404. 1. sugillat: suffocat; cf. Plac. 80o, 22, Sugillare est gulam constringere, qssomodo dicimus strangulare. - 405. 1. suggerit. -406. Cf.

404. -407. 1. sator or sertor; cf. I48. - 408. 1. summo. -4I3. 1. superbiae. -415. Cf. SUPERARIA, and Loewe G. N. 70. - 417. Cf. SUMPTUARIUS. - 421. 1. sutperstes.

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supprimi autem ' occutari.' -424. 1. supplet: suppeditat, subministrat. -425. Cf. Hild. E 226, Exclusa, experdita vel subllosa. -426. 1. SUPPETO. De Vit Lex. under 6, says, Pro clam aut alterius nomine petere. - 427. 1. spurius ex matre nobili et patre infimo nascitur.--429. 1. spurcitia: immunditia. -432. 1. suavium; cf. Servius Aen. I. 256, et sciendum osculum religionis esse, savium voluptatis, quamvis quidam osculum /iliis dari, uxori basium, scorto savium dicunt; and Beck p. 41, Inter basium et oscu- lurm et savium; basium pietatis, osculum amicitiae, savium luxuriae. - 433. 1. tibiae. -436. 1. sursum tollit (or tulit). - 437. 1. suspicit; cf. Verg. Aen. I. 438, fastigia suspicit urbis, where Servius explains by miratur.- 438. The same gloss is given by Mai. VI. 547 and VI. 580. -439. For surso, suso preserved in Italian; see Loewe G. N. 217.- 442. 1. sospes. -444. Cf. SUSURRO. bilinguis is here used in sense of deceptive.-448. 1. caligarius. - 449. Cf. Serv. Verg. Aen. IV. 624. - 450. For sarsores cf. Excerpta e Gloss. Vet. Vulc. p. 556, Sarsor pad7irs. -454. 1. strues; cf. Festus 3IO, Paulus 311. - 455. Cf. Festus 1. c. Struices: antiqui dicebant extructiones omnium rerum. 1. con- structio, conpaginatio. -456. Cf. Serv. Aen. X. 678, ubi arenosa sunt loca.--457. 1. Suovetaurilia. . . tribus.


3. 1. furunculus; cf. above, p. 130. - 5. 1. thalami, for cubiculus m. see Appel p. 85. - 6. De Vit gives Tarrium quod corio tegitur iz sella aut curru, doubtless for taurium, of which this may be the plural; cf. TAURINAE used for caligae. - 7. ef. Hild. T 25 and Festus 356 b, 17. - 10. = tanto ocius, see Terence Eun. 609; cf. Mai. VI. 547, Tam tocius: tamn citius. - I. 1. talentum; before XXII an L has dropped out; cf. Mai. VI., Talentum centum pondo, modo habens pondo CXX; Isid. Or. XVI. 25, 22, Apud Romanos enim talentum est LXXII librarum, sicut Plautus ostendit, qui ait duo talenta esse CXLIVlibras. For various valuations placed on talentum see De Vit Lex. - 12. cf. Verg. Aen. X. 846, quoted by Priscian (Keil II. p. Iox), under the examples of affirma- tive ne. - 12. cf. Verg. Aen. III. 29, where Servius explains tabo by corrupto sanguine. - 15. 1. cuneus vel chors (= cohors). - 16. 1. poenae; cf. Hild. T I2. - 17. See above, p. 131. Servius, however, Aen. II. 140, has, quae sterilis autem est, taurea appellatur. - I8. Cf. TALITRUM and Hild. T ii, TaZatrus, colafus in talo. Talitius, talastrum, ta- lastrus, and talatrus are also found; cf. Loewe G. N. I7I. - 20. 1. Tartarum. - 22. There appears to be some confusion with tandem. -23. Cf. Paul. 367, 2, Trabica navis, quod sit trabibus confixa. Pacuvius, "Labitur trabica in alveos," but what is tuba ? Is there perhaps some confusion with a gloss tibia = tuba ? cf. Isid. Or. XVIII, 4, 3, Tubam autem dictam quasi tofam id est cavam. Item tubam, quasi tibiam. - 24. 1. transtris; cf. Verg. Aen. V. 136; 1. remiges. - 26. 1. trapetes: molae. - 27. 1. teli genus quod; cf. Paul. 367, 16, Tragula genus teli, dicta quod scuto inixa trahatur. - 28. 1. tran senna: tegula per quam lumen venit; cf. Mai. VI. 549, Transennam dicit tegulas $er quas lumen admittitur, Nonius I80, I5, Transenna, non ut quidam )utant, transitus, sed estfenestra. - 29. 1. tranquillus: placidas. - 30. 1. trabea . . . senatoria purpurea. - 31. 1. Thraces: sagittarii. - 33. 1. tragoptisana. - 35. 1. taedet: paenitet et taedium patitur. - 39. cf. tollerunt: genuerunt, Gloss. Isid. p. 696, Vulc. cited by De Vit., which seems to be another instance of the perf. tolli; cf. D Io8. - 40. 1. coopertoria. - 41. 1. taedae. - 42. cf. TELONEUM. The better form seems to be preserved in Mai. VI. 548, Teloneum quasi omnium litorum fiscalis conductio. - 44. . TELETA, perhaps the abl.

teletis occurred in passage glossed, and hence tellitus. - 49. cf. PRAESUMPTOR as used by Tertullian and Augustine. -53. 1. vehiculi. -54. 1. papiliones. - 60. 1. Terpsichore: musa quinta. - 62. 1. theosebia. - 66. 1. tereti, or perhaps teretes: trunci rotundi; cf. Servius Aen. VI. 207, Teretes truncos; teres est rotundzum aliquid cum proceritate, and VIII. 633, Tereti cervice, rotunda cum longitudine; cf. Hild. T 56. - 69. 1. terit. - 70. 1. fugere. - 71. 1. terrigenae. - 73. 1. Terminum quem deum putaverunt. - 75. ? cf. TERRICULA, Nonius 227, 26, Hild. T 64, and Mai. VIII. 593, terrivola, formidolosus tumi- dus, et dicitur terrivola quasi cum terrore volans. - 77.1. tereti gemma. - 79. 1. incutit. - 81. 1. THERISTRUM: MAVORTIUM quo. - 82. 1. tripudiat. - 83. 1. tris soles; cf. Serv.


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Aen. I. 745. - 85. 1. threnus: lamentatio. - 88. cf. TESCA,. TESQUA and Fest. 356, 22,

Paul. 357, 4. - 89. 1. testatur. - 9go. 1. tempestivum. - 92. 1. tesserarius. - 93. 1. tae- sus. - 96. Cf. Serv. Aen. II. I6, nam ubi naves fiunt textrinumz vocatur, and XI. 326, Graece vavrnriya, Latine textrina dicuntur, quoting from Ennius. - 99. On account of rasurae the reading of this gloss is very doubtful. It is probably the same gloss with Paul. 366, II, Tettnipro tenui. - IOI. The MS. has Tyarus, not Tyrrus; read THIASUS . . . Liberi. - I02. 1. thiasum; cf. AMai. VII. 583, Thzyasuzs chorus sacra dicentium Liberi atris (sic) et gestamenzc sacrorumn erat, sit vitibzus uvae, and Thzyasis: sacris, Hild. T 74, cites Papias, tyasi 't- chori, sacrae laudes virginum; cf. 105. - 103. 1. tiara: . . . pileum Phrygiorum. - I04. 1. Thetis. - 105. Cf. note on Io03. - Io6. 1. tibia; for sym- phonia in this sense see De Vit Lex. under ? 3.- 109. 1. tiro. - I 0. 1. Tybris: Tiberis a Tiberino rege; probably a corruption of Paul. 366, 2, Tiberisfiuvius dictus a Tiberinzo rege Albanorum . . . Tibris a Tibri rege Tuscorumn; cf. Varro, L. L. V. 29, 30, Servius Aen. III. 500, Isid. Or. XIII. 21, 27. -III. 1. Tylos . . . arborum . numquam; cf. Pliny

XII. 4o, Nztlli arborunz folia ibi decidutzt, etc. - 112. 1. tibicines; cf. Paul. 366, 3, Tibicines in aedifitiis dict existimzantur a similitudine tibiis canentizumsz, qui ut cantzanztes sustineant ita illi aedcficiornumt tcctac; conltinzezs is perhaps here used somewhat in sense of sustinens. - I3. 1. tirocinia. - I4. Cf. TYEPHE and TYPHUS, and Isid. XVII. 9, ioI,

Typ,hus vero quae se ab aqza iif/at. Unzde etiam ambitiosoruzm et sibi placentiumz hozoi- nurn tumor typhus dicitur. - 117. 1. Titania = Diana, so Serv. Aen. X. 216, Phoebe, Lutna sicunt sol Phoebus. Item Titan sol et Titanis Lunza. - 118. 1. Titanes: principes. - 120. 1. Tisiphone. - 124. 1. trierarchus. - 125. So Serv. Georg. I. I53, says tribuli,

genus spinae. - 127. Abbreviated from a gloss like Hild. T 123, Trinepus, proneus pronejotis, id est sexta g-neratione superioris graduts. - I28. 1. devictum.- I29. 1. tripodes.-- 130. 1. LaKpo habeat id est promunturia Pachynum, Pelorum Lilybaeum; cf. Isid. Or. XIV. 6, 32; Serv. Aen. I. i96. - 13I and 132. Cf. Isid. Or. XIX. I, io, Trieris navis nmagna, quamn Graeci dulconemi (durconem Lindemann, durionein Cod. Zittaviensis) vocant de qua in Esaia dicitur, Non transibit per earn trieris magna. The passage referred to is Isaiah 33, 21, where the Vulgate reads: Non transibit per eumn navis remi- gum, neque trieris mzagna transgredietur eum; and the Septuagint, 7roratoo KaL &iopvxe9 7rAariEZt Kan e,ipgXwpot ov 7rope,STr TaUTn7v Tsy 6b6v o,I/ 7ropeioerTac rXoiov eAavvov. The read-

ing dutrcoznemz might have some connection with &6pvxY.. Prof. Gildersleeve suggests that dulcones may stand for &/OAKOo viE-. I had thought of a possible connection with ixitXog =

kidney-bean, used like the Latin phas/lus.- 135. 1. Trinacrii.- 136. 1. piscis; cf. Pliny N. H. 32, 144, Tritontes, Nereides, homzines quzi zarinzi vocantur. - I39. 1. Trio- num: portitores signorum. So Bootes, Stat. Theb. I. 662, is calledportitor Ursae; cf. Gloss. Isid. Tiaries; portitores signorum; Vulcan. emends Triarii, but I think it should read Triones. - 140. 1. erogati, or tripertit: erogat. - 141. Cf. Verg. Aen. VI. 417.

142. 1. tribules. - 143. 1. triarii: tertio abbreviated from some fuller gloss like qui in tertio loco in exercitu deponzebantur; cf. Varro L. L. V. 89, Pilani triarii quoque dicti

quod in acie tertio ordine extremis subsidio deponebantur. - 146. 1. tomen. - 147 and I49. Cf. THOLUS; 1. rotundum quod and fastigium. - 150. 1. torvus.- I51. Hild. T 71, proposed to change to chonagiiumn: ornatus nimzicus = scenicus; as Festus 52, 10o

choragiuznm instrumentum scenarum; thoracium of itself is of course a perfectly good word, and occurs Ampel 8; for other glosses see De Vit under Toragium. - 152, 1. tomus.

-I53. Amplon. 383, 187, has Toles membra sunt circa cavam; cf. Festus, 356, b. T4, Toles, tumzor in faucibus qguae per diminutionern tonsillae dicuntur; 1. toles: membra sunt circa uvam. - 154. Cf. Paul. 357, I (Festus 356, 3), Thomices, Graeco nomine ap- pellantur et cannabi impolito et sparto leviter tortae restes ex quibus funes fiunt, etc.; 1. restis; cf. Hild. T 97, Torrens, fluvius ex Ipluvia collectus vl aquza curm inmpetu decur- rens. - 155. 1. fustis. - I56. 1. fluvius, ex pluvia. - I6o. 1. stupet, languet. - 163. 1. TO-

REUMATA.- 1i64. 1. totidem.-I67 and I6g. 1. torum. .. coadunatio, see Verg. Aen. VI. 674; cf. Isid. Or. XI. I, 63. In brachiis enim tori lacertorum sunt, et insigne mluscu- lorum robur existit. Hi sunt tori, id est musculi: et dicti tori, quod illic viscera torta videantur; tostum is perhaps for torum, and this may have come from some such expla- nation of torumz id est tortum. - i68. 1. thorax: lorica. - I69. 1. lacerti bracchiorum.-

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170. Cf. TORNATURA. - I7I. 1. torrida.-- 172. 1. thorace.-- 173. 1. torpidus: stupidus.

- 76. Cf. TROPOLOGIA.- 178. 1. trossuli: equites; cf. Paul. 367, 20. - 79. 1. trochus. - 182. 1. bucina. - I83. ? De Vit cites tupha: tiara regia. Here I think we should read

tupha = tufa: mitra regia; cf. Du Cange, TUFA, and rouia in Byzantine Greek. - 187. 1. vel postea with Hild. T 148. - i88. 1. turabulum: thymiamaterium. - 190. 1. turbida.- I92. 1. tempestas, or tempestate; cf. Verg. Aen. I. 45, Turbine corrituit, where Servius explains volubilitate ventorum. - 93. Cf. TURIFICATUS. - 94. Cf. Prod. 378, and

TEGELLARIUS, see Du Cange under Tectum. - 195. 1. verberatur. - I96. 1. propter terrae congeriem; cf. Serv. Verg. Aen. III. 22.- 201. 1. hospitium modicum; Festus

355, 5, Tuguria a tecto appellantur domicilia rusticorum sordida, Serv. Verg. Ecl. I. 69, Tuguri a tegendo dictum; teia may be a corruption of tecta, or of a tego (cf. Sp. teja, It. teg-ola, Fr. tuile). - 204. 1. turget: tumet. - 205. 1. statera. - 208. 1. truces. - 2I3. 1. custodiam.

U, V.

I. 1. incedit; cf. Hild. U 12 n. - 2. 1. movet.- 3. 1. valvulum: fabae corium; cf. Festus, 375 a, io, Valvolifabae folliculi atpellati sunt quasi vallivoli, uia vallo facti t excutiantur. Cato R. R. LXII. i, speaking of Bubus medicamentum, has vitis albae caules III. fabulos albos III. Columella, VI. 4, 3, has multi caulibus vitis albae et val- vulis erzi bubus medentur; so that possibly vabulum is a corruption of Jabulumn. I at first thought there might be some connection with Plac. 43, 4, Fabricora (Papias, Fabi- cora H va., Favicora C R) /roverbium in eos qui domesticis alimentis utsi aliis labora- rent, dictum ab eo quad Capitolium aedificanti Tarquinio fabros ac structores corvi cum suo victu miserunt. - 5. 1. et fideiussiones vel' sponsiones. - 6. Cf. Hild. V 6. - 8. 1. mare.-9. 1. fideiussores.- II. 1. vafrum; cf. Hild. V 14, Vafre: inaequaliter, varium seems to be used in the sense of fickle, inconstant, and is a sort of etymological explanation, not worse than the one given by Nonius 19, 30, valde Afrum. - 13. 1. va- gitatur (cf. VAGITO): violenter. - 14. 1. Varus; cf. Prod. 388.- I6. 1. valetudinarius . .. aegrotat. - x8. I. vallus. - 21. = validus. - 22. 1. valitant; cf. Hild. V. 26 ; the word seems only to occur in glossaries. See Loewe G. N. 170. - 23. 1. vagurrit: per otium vagatur; cf. Hild. V 17. - 24. 1. varices: vitia quaedam pedum; cf. Nonius 25, O10 Vatrax et Varicosus: pedibus vitiosis. - 28. Nonius 19, 30, Vafrtum est callidum et quasi valde Afrum et urbanum. asper is probably a corruption of afer (cf. cor- ruption in Mai. VI. 550, babis: valde, afrum est).- 29. The explanation inaequa- liter is probably due to varium; cf. II. - 30. 1. Varus as in 14. - 3. 1. vasta.-

32. 1. bascaudas: conchas aereas.- 34. 1. vesanus.- 40. 1. lanosae.- 41. 1. vehi- culum: . . . omne quod ad portandum utile est. - 49. Perhaps for volgum, but possibly from a gloss like villum: pilum, or villum tro _ilum dicitur (cf. Pr. vell, It. vello, Sp. vello). - 55. ? Perhaps for venustari: componi = comi; cf. Mai. VIII. 623, Venustare: ornare.-57. 1. veniit: vendidit. -58. 1. venenarius: herbarius; cf. De Vit under herbarius. - 59. 1. venditantibus. - 65. 1. volubile. - 67. 1. auferunt; cf. Amplon. 385, I i8, verrunt: subtrahunt, followed by veluti: scopant, and Hild. V Io . - 69. 1. cae- dit. - 71. verro in sense of to hide, cover (see Lexx.), may have been glossed by vestiunt. - 74. Cf. Prod. 411, and PERTUSORIUS, PERTUNDA. - 78. 1. not versabilis, but versi- pellis. - 82. compare Italian primavera. - 83. 1. verbo tenus: sicut dictum or dicunt; cf. Hild. V 94 n. - 86. 1. vesperugo: stella: cf. Paul. 368, I6. - 91. Kaegi thinks that viaea, not viaca, may be the reading of the MS., although the doubtful letter looks more like c; 1. piaia: vehementia. - 92. 1. hastam torquere.- 93. 1. fulget . . . dirigit.-

95. 1. hostia. - 97. Du Cange gives a verb vicissere = per vices agere. - 103. 1. vigi- lans. - 104. 1. custos. - 105. 1. viburna; cf. Verg. Ecl. I. 25. - Io6. 1. ligavit. - 107. De Vit cites Vinnolatus: lepidus, blandus, mollis; cf. Isid. Or. III. I9, 13, Vinnolata vox est vox levis et mollis atque flexibilis. Et vinolata dicta a vinno, hoc est concinno molli- terflexo. But vinnubis is rather a corruption of vinnulus; cf. Paul. 377, 8, Nonius i86, 10. - iog9. 1. vineas: machinarnentorum ..... turriun. - 112. 1. singillatim ... *se-

migradatim. - 113. 1. dicitur; cf. Isid. Or. XI. i, 21, Virgo a viridiori aetate dicta est.

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- l16. Perhaps for vis: virtus; but compare De Vit, Vors, tis, Virgil Gramm. p. 77. Mai. Versus autem a quibusdam in nomine non recipitur principali sed in participio: ibi autem vorsum scribunt, quia vors ipsa pagina dicitur, Lucano dicente, vortibus egebant multi.- 117. 1. animi. - II9. 1. visere. - 122. 1. laetans. - 125. 1. vindex. - 127. Cf. De Vit and VIRIOSUS. - 128. 1. virago: fortis ; so Isid. Or. XI. 2, 22, Antiqui eznim

fortes fenmias ita vocabant. - 133. 1. visibus: obtutibus. - 137. 1. vitilitigat; cf. Loewe G. N. 137. - 142. 1. volubilitas: mentis varietas. - 144. Cf. Serv. Georg. III. 41. - 146. Cf. Hild. U 218, Serv. Aen. III. 233, Isid. Or. XVII. 7, 67. - 147. 1. ob- sorptio et fossa et terrae hiatus. - 148. 1. vosmet. - 150o 1. vovet. - 151. vuetema =

voetema = boetema = -ooq0lia (suggested by Professor Gildersleeve). - 152. 1. explendi voti. - 154. 1. ubertas. - 155. 1. ubertim. - 158. 1. abstractum. - 59. 1. palam. - 160. 1. vultum; comp. It. volto. - I69. For vulnus = ulcus, see R6nsch die lexicalischen Ei- genthiimlichkeiten der Latinitat des sogen. Hegesippus, p. 275.- 171. 1. ulterior. - 173. De Vit cites Gloss. MS. ultatus: dampizatus, and Amplon. 386, 43, Vultatus: damna- tus; perhaps corrupt for multatus.- I75. 1. vindicamus.- 177. 1. ultro citroque. - 18. 1. gremium. - 183. Cf. Hild. V 26I, Vultuosus: tristis. - 184. 1. herbae. - 188. 1. um- quam. - 189. Cf. Verg. Aen. VI. 218; 1. ebullientia.- 191. Cf. UNUS, ? 2.- I92. 1. uncus. - 93. 1. unigenae. - 194. 1. vincire. - 96. 1. adipe. - 197. 1. nubit? cf. UNI- CUBA. - 199. 1. diminutio est. - 201. 1. urus. - 202. Cf. URVUM, Varro L. L. V. 127

and 135.- 203. Cf. UR, Hebrew. Isid. X. 130, " ur enimflamma dicitur." - 204. For

quarta cf. Papias, Quartarium: genus mensurae id est urna; Joh. de Janua. Quarta- rium, mensiura quae quartam partem sextarii capit.- 207. 1. ustulato. - 210. 1. ustrina. - 211. 1. consuetudine. - 213. 1. praesumit. - 220. Cf. Ut pute: nam sicut, Prod. I75. pzte is glossed here as if it were putet. - 223. 1. potius. - 225. ? = utere:

fruere. Perhaps utere is act. inf.; cf. UTO.


I. 1. XENODOCHIUM venerabilem . . . suscipiuntur.


I. 1. hyperbolice. - 2. 1. hymnum. - 3. 1. hydria. - 4. 1. hydrus. - 5. 1. hyades: stellae. - 6. 1. hypotheca. - 7 belongs with 5, Pliades. - 8. ? ypinx not in Lexx.; for lamminas cf. L 30, lamnas: animal similis pardo.


x. Cf. Du Cange, ZERNA, and Isid. Or. IV. 8, 6, Inpetigo . . .vulgus sarnam ap-

pellant. - 2. 1. aemulatio. - 4. ? May have something to do with seriatim. - 5. Cf. Prod. 154, and ZEMA = Gr. ,a.- 6. 1. Zephyrus.

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