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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Arbuscula, -ae (s.f.I.), abl. sg. arbuscula: treelet, small tree, a shrub with a tree-like form, such as some heaths (Jackson); see shrub; cf. arbusculus,-i (s.m.II);

- arbusculae succo colorem luteum v. rubrum praebente scatentes (B&H), small trees full of (abounding in) a sap displaying a yellow or red color.

- arbuscula resinam pelluciditate et colore succinum aemulantem exsudans. (F. Mueller), a small tree exsuding a resin resembling amber in transparancy and color.

- arbusculae v. frútices inermes, small unarmed trees or shrubs.

- arbusculae multicaules, pube stellata (B&H), small trees, many-stemmed, with a stellate pubescence.

- arbores v. arbusculae (B&H), trees or tree-like shrubs.

- fruticuli v. rarius arbusculae ramosi (B&H), branched shrublet or more rarely [tree-like shrubs].

- arbuscula parva, simplicissima, glaberrima, trunco fistuloso, cortice amarissimo (B&H), a small (tree-like shrub), very much unbranched, very glabrous, with a fistulose trunk, with the bark highly bitter.

- arbuscula trunco 15-20-pedali (Swartz), a small tree with a trunk 15-20-feet [high].

- [fungi] arbusculam perfectissime effiguratam offerunt venae gelatinosae repentes (S&A), the repent, gelatinous veins present most perfectly defined little tree.

 

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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