The Harleian MS. of Nonius Marcellus (British Museum, Harl. 2719), written in Carlovingian minuscules of the 9th or lOth cent. has numerous marginal notes in Latin by a contemporary band. One of these notes contains the Breton word guelch, marked by under- and side-lines. (1) 27 M. l strabones] isti qui oblicum habent aspectum guelch. *) The others containing similarly marked words are: (2) 30. 25 exordium est initium: unde et vestis ordiri dicitur, cum instituitur detexenda] texenda sie dicitur exsurs exordium. (3) 36. 21 glomere] a filis plicitis tumisce. (4) 40. l rabere dictum est a rabie] quod nos dicimus rauger*) hoc est rabiem patiem (sie). (5) 72. 23 assulatim] ab asseribus. asseres sunt lates. (6) 453. 8 artheria] neutraliter dixit. quaedam venae sunt in collo et in capite quod nos dicimus arteriös. Of these (3) (leg. tumiscae) and (6) are Latin, (4) and (5) Old French. Can any light be thrown on (2) exsurs? J ) I quote from the new critical edition of Nonius Marcellus 1 -- 111, by J. H. Onions (Clar. Press, Oxford 1895). 2 ) Or rauger corr. rapger? Oxford. W. M. LINDSAY.
Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie (ZcP) – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1897
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