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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
abrupte (adv.): abruptly, suddenly, quickly; opp. subito (adv.); = subito (adv.), suddenly, abruptly;

abrupte (adv.) pinnatus,-a,-um (adj.A): abruptly pinnate, i.e. pinnate but without an odd leaflet at the tip, same as evenly pinnate; “pinnate without a single terminal leaflet” (Fernald 1950); see even-pinnate; see pinnate;

- folia abrupte pinnata (B&H), the leaves abruptly pinnate [i.e. evenly pinnate].

- folia abrupte pinnata, foliolis 2-3-jugis (B&H), leaves abruptly pinnate, with the leaflets in 2-3 pairs.

- folia 2-foliolata, foliolis connatis v. abrupte pinnatis (B&H), the leaves with two leaflets, with the leaflets fused or abruptly pinnate [i.e. evenly pinnate].

- folia alterna, impari- v. abrupte pinnata, rarius 1-3-foliolata (B&H), leaves alternate, unequally or abruptly [i.e. evenly] pinnate, more rarely 1-3-foliolate [with 1-3 leaflets].

- [Sapindus] folia alterna, exstipulata, simplicia 1-foliolata v. abrupte pinnata, foliolis integerrimis rarissime serratis (B&H), leaves alternate, lacking stipules, simple [i.e. undivided] or abruptly [i.e. evenly] pinnate, with the leaflets completely entire, very rarely serrate.

abrupte (adv.) bulbosus,-a,-um (adj.A), (in fungi) abruptly bulbous, i.e. (of a bulb of a stipe) not rounded above (S&D).

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
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