Dimaris

Dimaris

Dimatis.
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When the Arabic logical tradition began to recognize the fourth figure in the twelfth century, five moods were held to be productive (known in the medieval Latin mnemonic tradition as Bramantip, Camenes, Dimaris, Fesapo, and Fresison).
Thus, the example provided has the form Dimaris (the first premise is Particular Affirmative, the second is Universal Affirmative, and the conclusion is Particular Affirmative--which is symbolized using the letters--i, a, i--shown above in bold type).
we get the mode Datisi, which belongs not to the 4th figure, like Dimaris, but to the 3rd, which has the middle terms in the premises in a different location.