ODIN

The Online Database of Interlinear Text

 

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Agbayani, Brian and Chris Golston (2005). Conditions on PF Movement.

URL: http://zimmer.csufresno.edu/~bagbayan/LSA%20Handout%20Agbayani%20and%20Golston.FINAL%20VERSION.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-05-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1177&langcode=lat (2019-03-24).

 

Example #1:

    b.    voce       voltu       motu       =que
    voice      expression gesture and
    "(with) voice, expression and gesture"                            (Cicero, Brutu
Example #2:

    c.    Aeduos ceteros =que amicos
    Aedui    other    and     friends
    "the Aedui and other friends"                                   (Caesar, Gallic
Example #3:

    d.    ipse in Italiam magnis itineribus contendit duas =que        ibi     legiones conscribit
    self in Italy great marches speeds           two    and       there legions     enrolls
    "and he speeds to Italy with great marches and enrolls two legions there"
Example #4:

    e.    arcebat   longe Latio     multos =que       per     annos errabant
    defended far      Latium many      and      for     years wandered
    "kept them far from Latium, and for many years they wandered"
Example #5:

    a.         [Labiemun] Terbonium =que [t]
    Labienus Trebonius and                                         (Plautus, Mostellaria I.22)
    "Labienus and Trebonius"
Example #6:

    a.         [cunctis oppidis] castellis =que [t        desertis]
    defeated towns fortresses and              deserted
    "the towns defeated and the fortresses deserted"                (Caesar, Gallic
Example #7:

    b.       vir [magni ingeni] summa =que [t prudentia]
    man great talent superior and          wisdom
    "a man of great talent and superior wisdom"                             (Cicero,