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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Capreolus,-i (s.m.II), abl. sg. capreola, dim. caprea, q.v,. a kind of wild goat, chamois, roebuck; of vines; the small tendrils that support the branches; see deer; see tendril.

NOTE: (Capreolus capreolus) the roe deer, a small European and Asiatic deer, reddish brown in summer and grayish in winter ... noted for its nimbleness and gracefulness (WIII).
Capreolus,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. capreolo: tendril [> L. “as if from capreus, caprea: a kind of wild goat, chamois, roebuck; named from the form of their horns: an implement with two prongs for cutting up weeds, a weeding-hoe; capreoli, in mechanics, short pieces of timber inclining to each other, which support something, suports, props, stays; of vines, the small tendrils which support the branches” (Lewis & Short); see tendril.

 

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