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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Coemeterium,-ii (s.n.II), abl. sg. coemeterio: a cemetery, an area for burial or entombment; graveyard [> Late Latin Cimiterium, coemeterium, > Gk. koimEtErion = koimeterion, bedroom, resting place; burial place (after WIII)];

[moss] locis aridis, ruderosis, praesertim carbonariorum areis Koelreutera hygrometrica delectatur; quin et coemeteriorum tumuli imo humana crania ossaque nonnullis foedum domicilium praebent (Brid.), Koelreutera hygrometrica takes pleasure in dry, rubbly [i.e. full of broken stones] places, especially in areas of charcoal furnaces; or even also the tumuli of graveyards, even more the human skulls and bones provide a ghastly habitation to some.

 

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