162. The Latin deverbative nouns and adjectives

vychází 1 x ročně 
brožovaná, 182 str., 230 x 157 mm
ISSN 0567-8277

vydáno: prosinec 2011
ISBN 978-80-246-1944-6


  • obsah

  • anotace
  • 1. Preliminaries
    1.1 Subject and aim of work
    1.2 Ways of classification of word-formative means
    1.3 Commentary on the present work
    1.3.1 Method
    1.3.2 Technical and terminological notes
    1.3.3 Basic frame of the work

    2. Adjectives and personal nouns
    2.1 Chapter organisation
    2.2 Adjectives of participial character
    2.2.1 Adjectives with the suffix -nt- (present active participles)
    2.2.2 Adjectives with the suffix -tus (perfect passive participles) PPP beside inherited root aorists PPP beside reduplicated perfects PPP beside Latin -s -perfects PPP beside "simple" perfects PPP beside -u-/v -perfects Participles in -tus in deponents and semideponents Adjectives in -tus not acting as PPP
    2.2.3 Adjectives with the suffix -tūrus (future active participles)
    2.2.4 Adjectives in -ndus (not gerundives) and -bundus
    2.2.5 Adjectives with the suffix -vus/-uus
    2.2.6 Summary – adjectives of participial character .
    2.3 Non-actual adjectives of action
    2.3.1 Adjectives with the suffix -nus
    2.3.2 Adjectives with the suffix -mus
    2.3.3 Adjectives with the suffix -us Simplicia in -us Compounds in -us
    2.3.4 Root adjectives – compounds
    2.3.5 Compounds with the suffix -t-
    2.3.6 Adjectives with the suffix -ulus
    2.3.7 Adjectives with the suffix -āx
    2.3.8 Adjectives with the suffix -cundus .
    2.3.9 Adjectives with the suffix -ius
    2.3.10 Adjectives with the suffix -cus
    2.4 Modal adjectives
    2.4.1 Gerundive
    2.4.2 Adjectives with the suffix -bilis
    2.4.3 Adjectives with the suffix -ilis
    2.4.4 Adjectives with the suffix -tilis
    2.4.5 Adjectives of purpose
    2.5 Nomina agentis
    2.5.1 Nouns with the suffix -tor
    2.5.2 Root nouns Simplicia Compounds
    2.5.3 Compounds with the suffix -t-
    2.5.4 N omina agentis in -us and -a Simplicia Compounds of the type agricola .
    2.5.5 Substantives with the suffix -ius
    2.5.6 Subst. flāmen
    2.5.7 Substantives in -ō, -ōnis

    3. Impersonal nouns
    3.1 Definition and classification
    3.2 N ames of actions, states and results of actions
    3.2.1 Grammaticalized action nouns Infinitives Gerund Supine
    3.2.2 Feminines with the suffix -tiō
    3.2.3 Masculines with the suffix -tus (4th declension)
    3.2.4 Neuters with the suffix -ium Compounds Simplicia
    3.2.5 Feminines with the suffix -tūra
    3.2.6 Root nouns
    3.2.7 Feminines with the suffix -ti-
    3.2.8 Masculines in -us and feminines in -a
    3.2.9 Feminines in -iēs, -ēs (5th decl.) and -ēs (3rd decl.) Feminines in -iēs, -iēī Feminines in -ēs, -is Feminines in -ēs, -eī
    3.2.10 S-stem verbal nouns Neuters in -us, -eris Neuters in -us, -oris Masculines in -or, -ōris
    3.2.11 Less productive, secondary derivatives Feminines in -iō Feminines in -ēla Feminines in -ia(e) Feminines with the suffix -dō, -dinis Feminines with the suffix -gō, -ginis
    3.2.12 Summary
    3.3 Impersonal participants in action .
    3.3.1 Neuters with the suffixes -men and -mentum Neuters in -men Neuters in -mentum
    3.3.2 Substantives in -mo-/-mā- and -no-/-nā- Substantives in -mus, -ma Substantives in -num, -nus, -na
    3.3.3 Nomina instrumenti and loci with the suffixes ending in -lum, -la, -lus and -rum, -ra -lum, -la, -lus -rum -ulum, -ula, -ulus -bulum, -bula -brum, -bra -culum, -cula -crum -trum -strum Summary
    3.3.4 Masculines with the suffix -ti-
    3.3.5 Masculines in -ex
    3.3.6 Instrumental nouns in -ō, -ōnis

    4. Conclusion

    Appendix 1: Sound phenomena resulting from the analyses of word-formative types
    Appendix 2: Adjectives with the suffix -idus

    Alphabetical index of interpreted nominal suffixes
    Index of Latin words