miselle: in feigned commiseration.
Ravide: undoubtedly dissyllabic (cf. such forms as lautus from an apparent lavitus, audeo from an apparent avideo, eicit dissyllabic in Lucretius, etc.); there are no cases of synapheia in Phalaecean verse.
 quid vis: a colloquial question of indignant expostulation, more common with tibi expressed; cf. Ter. Heaut. 61 “pro deum atque hominum fidem, quid vis tibi?” Cic. De Or. 2.67.269 “quid tibi vis, insane?” Hor. S. 2.6.29 “quid vis, insane?” Prop. 1.5.3 “quid tibi vis, insane?”