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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
anguste (adv.): narrowly; compar. angustius (adv.); superl. angustissime (adv.); opp. late (adv.), widely, broadly, compar. latius (adv.) more widely, broadly; superl. latissime (adv.) most widely broadly;

- pétala 0, v. anguste staminoidea (B&H), petals 0 [i.e. none], or narrowly staminoid [i.e. resembling a stamen].

- Carpella oo, in stylum anguste oblongum stigmate capitato attenuata (B&H),

- folia parva, integerrima, cuneata v. anguste oblonga (B&H), leaves small, completely entire, cuneate or narrowly oblong.

- lamina rhombica vel anguste obovoidea, blade diamond-shaped or narrowly obovoid.

- semina uniseriata, rarius biseriata, compressa, late vel anguste marginata, alata, immarginatavec(B&H), seeds in one row, more rarely in two rows, compressed, broadly or narrowly bordered, winged or lacking a border.

- lobis valvatis v. hinc inde margine angustissime obtectis v. induplicatis (B&H), with the lobes valvate or here and there very narrowly covered by the margin or induplicate [i.e. with the edges folded inward].

 

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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