declinatio

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lecita, patto che la nuova parola venga sottomessa alla declinatio naturalis, (11) cioAaAaAeA?
Nuove parole non possono solo nascere tramite derivazione (e composizione), ma anche tramite una creazione nuova (impositio); spesso impositio e declinatio voluntaria sono congruenti.
11) Na verdade, Varrao escreve declinatio naturalis e declinatio voluntaria.
Con el declinatio brevis a proposito (Ciceron 1999: 164) cuando dice "no dijimos la causa principal [.
In the 14th century, alongside Latin non-liturgical compositions that are most probably from the tradition of student songs (Prima declinatio, O quantum solicitor, or the Latin-Czech carol More festi querimus) there begin to appear on the one hand Czech translations of original Latin lais (O, Maria, matko bozie [Oh Mary, Mother of God] or O, Maria, matko milostiva [Oh, Mary, Gracious Mother]), and also Czech translations of excerpts from liturgical chants (O salutaris hostia--O spasitelna obeti or O lux beatissima--Ach, svetlosti blazena), and on the other hand original Czech songs (for example Otep myrry, which is a paraphrase of an excerpt from Solomon's Song of Songs).
L'uso del termine tecnico nomen uerbale, privo di paralleli nelle altre fonti stoiche e che nei testi grammaticali in generale e in Prisciano in particolare si applica univocamente ai deverbativi (specie i nomi in --tor, talora considerati parte della declinatio uerborum: cfr.
The droplets do not merely fall, they swerve: linear motion would deposit the shower presumably at Wakefield's feet, but a slight declination (Lucretius's declinatio, "bending away") from the line of gravity deposits the water particles on his body with maximum, and necessary, effect.
What Varro calls declinatio voluntaria or `free word-formation', which we would call derivational morphology, in no way prohibits the action of declinatio naturalis or `natural word-formation', which we would call inflectional morphology (e.