obsorduit and obsurduit

By Carpe Piscem, in 'Latin to English Translation', Jan 10, 2018.

  1. Carpe Piscem Member

    I am looking at a 12th century treatise that uses the word obsorduit when the word obsurduit would make a lot more sense. Does anyone know if the spelling of obsurdesco ever morphed into obsordesco? Or does obsordesco have any meaning other than becoming dirty or wearing out? The text I am looking at is in a critical edition based on numerous manuscripts, so it seems unlikely to be scribal error.
  2. AoM nulli numeri

    • Civis Illustris
    What's the whole sentence?

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