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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
aliquoties (adv.), aliquotiens (adv.): several times; at different times; cf. multoties (adv.): many times;

- pedunculis axillaribus terminalibusque oligocephalis, partialibus capitulo multifloro aliquoties v. multoties longioribus (F. Muller), with the peduncles axillary and terminal few-headed, the secondary [peduncles] several or many times longer than the many-flowered capitulum.

- ad mediam partem opaca et aliqoties rugulosa, at the middle part opaque and several times rugulose.

- varietas in caulibus petiolisque Urticae dioicae tempore pluvio aliquoties lecta, the variety on stems and petioles of Urtica dioica in the rainy season several times collected.

- In greges satis densos longe lateque effusam aliquoties legimus in ligno Populi tremulae carioso exsiccato (S&A), I collected it several times in quite dense groups spread out far and wide on the decayed, dried out wood of Populus tremula.

- ostiola statura, tenuitate ac directione ludentia aliquoties valde elongata simulque setacea ac flexuosa nobis visa (S&A), ostioles seen by us varying in stature, thinness and direction, at different times strongly elongate and at the same time bristly and flexuose.

- stipulis petiolos aliquoties superantibus mucronulato-acuminatis (F. Mueller), with the stipules several times over-topping the petioles, mucronulate-acuminate.

NOTE: apparently ‘aliquoties’ refers to the word that preceeds it:

- pedicellis fructiferis calyce aliquoties capsula parum longioribus (F. Mueller), with the fruit-bearing pedicels several times [longer] than the calyx, s little longer than the capsule.

 

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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