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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Annotation, remark, comment, note; commentary (collection of comments); observation, notice; see commentary; cf. nota,-ae (s.f.I):

Annotamentum,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. annotamento: an annotation, remark.

Annotatio,-onis (s.f.III), abl. sg. annotatione, also adnotatio,-onis (s.f.III), abl. sg. adnotatione: a noting down in writing, a (written) remark, comment, mention, a notice; annotation;

- ex adnotationibus Sullivantii (p.50.) juxta Wilmington in Carolinae superioris paludosis arenosis (C. Mueller), from the annotations of Sullivant (p. 50) near Wilmington in swampy, sandy [places] of upper Carolina [i.e. North Carolina].

- Astomo Pappeano quam maxime simile, sed cf. adnotationes in speciem hanc sequentem (C. Mueller), as much as possible similar to Astomum Pappeanum, but cf. [i.e. compare or contrast] the annotations [i.e. explanatory notes] in the species following this.

- [Aulacomnium turgidum] ex adnotationibus Hübeneri pseudopodiis illis Georgiae pellucidae similibus inveniri dicitur (C. Mueller), according to the annotations [i.e. explanatory notes] of Hübener it is said to be found with those pseudopodia similar to Georgia pellucida [=Tetraphis pellucida].

- ex adnotationibus ulterioribus in Lond, journ. of bot. 1846. p. 450. cl. auctores putavere, hanc speciem forte ad eorum genus Eccremidii pertinere, quum cujus theca matura nondum nota sit (C. Mueller), according to further remarks in the London Journal of Botany 1846 p. 450, the eminent authors [i.e. Hooker and Wilson] had supposed, this species to belong to their genus Eccremidium, seeing that its mature theca may be not yet known.

- speciem staminodii praesentia abnormem et forsan in proprium genus transmovendam solum ex adnotationibus tempore detectionis adeptis divulgavi, quum omnia ejus specimina in itinere amitterentur (F. Mueller), I have published a species abnormal by the presence of a staminodium and perhaps to be transferred into a special genus merely from notes obtained at the time of discovery, when all the specimens of it may have been lost on the journey.

Annotatiuncula,-ae (s.f.I), q.v., also adnotatiuncula,-ae (s.f.I): a brief annotation, a brief note or remark.

Commentariolus,-i (s.m.II), abl. sg. commentariolo: “a short treatise, brief commentary” (Lewis & Short).

Commentarium,-ii (s.n.II), abl. sg. commentario; commentarius,-ii (s.m.II), abl. sg. commentario; commentary, exposition, annotation;

- commentarium de foecundatione vegetabilium; de eorum seminibus, aliisque fructificationis partibus , &c. in-4. absque iconibus Mannh. 1784 (Necker), commentary on plant fertilization [i.e. on the fertilization of plants]; on their seeds and other parts of the fructification [i.e. fruit body or fruiting structure], &c. in 4 [sc. volumes] lacking illustrations.

NOTE: adnot. or adnotat.; annot., annotat.: abbrev. for adnotatio,-onis (s.f.III), annotatio,-onis (s.f.III); see annotatio,-onis (s.f.III);

- Adnotat. in pag. 462 deleatur (C. Mueller), the annotation on page 462 may be deleted.

- (Sect. Triangulares.) Ferd. Mueller, First Gen. Report, p. 12. Bentham in Linnsea xxvi. p. 608 (adnot.) (F. Mueller): “adnot.” here refers to a comment, perhaps after the description; or a footnote.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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