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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
agrarius,-a,-um (adj.A): agrarian, belonging to farms, to (cultivated) fields; “growing in the fields” (Stearn 1996); of or pertaining to land [> L. ager,-ri (s.m.II), plot of land]; see rural;

- Conf. etiam catalogum horti agrarii Luxemburgiensi Parisiensis in quo fere 1400 varietates coluntur et catalogum arb. fructif. horti Genevensis in quo circiter 600 alutur (DeCandolle), compare [confer] also the catalogue of the field [i.e. agrarian] garden in Luxemburg, Paris, in which almost 1400 varietes are cultivated, and the catalogue of fruit-bearing trees [arborum fructiferorum] of the garden of Geneva in which approximately 600 are maintained.

Barbula agraria, Bryum agrarium.

 

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