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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
aurantiacus,-a,-um (adj.A), aurantius,-a,-um (adj.A): orange (H.C.C.12), between yellow and scarlet; orange, between yellow and scarlet (H.C.C.12): aurantiacus,-a,-um (adj.A) a paler shade of aurantius,-a,-um (adj.A), orange in 'full glow;' [vivax] both redder than apricot-colored (armeniacus,-a,-um (adj.A), which is yellow with a sense of red (Stearn); see orange;

- colore aurantiae, sed pruina amoene rosea demum nonnumquam evanescente obtectae, with the color of orange, but sometimes covered with a lovely rosey eventually evanescent pruina.

- color ceterum vivacius sordidiusve aurantius, the color otherwise a lively or more dirty orange.

- petala coccineo-aurantiaca basi concolora (DeCandolle), the petals deep red to orange-red, the same color at the base.

- [algae] forma altera maxima, articulis globosis vel oblongis, aurantiaco-brunnea, cellulis perdurantibus ab articulis ceteris haud diversis, the other form very large, with the articles globose or oblong, orange-brown, with the [heterocysts] not different from the other cells.

- Fumaria spicata var. aurantiaco-crocca, variety orange-red to saffron-yellow.

- flores aurantiaci (DeCandolle),the flowers scarlet-orange.

- [Aecidium crassum] Species omnium vulgatissima, sed brevioris aevi: prae ceteris enim a larva quadam aurantia avidissime devoratur (S&A), a species most common of all of them, but of a shorter span of life: for ahead of the others it is most eagerly devoured by a certain orange larva.

Ordo XXXIII. AURANTIACEAE (DeCandolle).

Mycena aurantiidisca Murr.,a mushroom with an orange center (disc) and a white margin. Aurantiaceae, from the type genus Aurantium, a synonym of Rutaceae [> L. aurans,-antis, present part. of auro,-are, 1. to overlay with gold, to gild].

Hydnellum aurantiacum, a mushroom whose cap is at first white, then turning orange-brown; Aurantiopileus, a genus of mushrooms with evenly deep orange caps.

 

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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