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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Coppice: “a thicket, grove or growth of small trees that are cut on a short rotation, a copse’ a forest originating mainly from sprouts or root suckers as opposed to one derived from seed” (WIII); trees or shrubs “cut back so as to produce shoots from old stumps” (WIII): virgulta,-orum (pl.n.II), q.v., abl.pl. virgultis; arbustus,-a,-um (adj.A), set or planted with trees; coppiced; see lucus,-i (s.m.II); see grove;

- ager (s.m.II) arbustus, abl. sg. agro arbusto (ager, q.v., a cultivated field), field set or planted with trees.

NOTE: “coppicing, in forestry, cropping the plantation by cutting the underwood every few years” (Jackson).

 

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