pmda wrote:'nomen commune = appellativum' dicerem...?
pmda wrote:He explains a noun (including adjectives, right?) as follows:
No, it means generally/commonly.pmda wrote:Why 'communiterve'? Doesn't that mean noun of any gender like Sacerdos?) person / (group?)(corpus?) or thing...;
pmda wrote:for it is (aut enim?) a common noun (Latin sense of all genders at once) and called 'propium' or a collective noun and [called] 'appellativum'
pmda wrote:He then explains
[M] Quae nomina comparantur?
[D] Appellativa dumtaxat qualitatem aut quantitatem significantia.
invoking 'Appellativa' as an adjective... rather than an abstract noun meaning 'urbs', 'flumen' etc...??
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