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The Verbal Adjective in -bundus is a feature of Old Latin, e.g. Pseud. 1275sic haec incessi ludibundus”. As examples of Participles with the function of Nouns may be cited benevolens ‘a well wisher,’ natus nemo ‘not a soul,’ e.g. Most. 402; with the function of Adjectives, insciens, indigens (never ‘inscius,’ ‘indigus’ in Plautus and Terence).

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