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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
dentatus,-a,-um (adj.A): dentate, “having sharp teeth with concave edges. When these teeth are themselves toothed, the part is duplicato-dentate, not bidentate, which means two-toothed” (Lindley); toothed, usu. with sharp teeth pointing outwards [> L. dentatus,-a,-um (adj.A), ‘toothed, having teeth; spiked]; cf. crenatus,-a,-um (adj.A), serratus,-a,-um (adj.A); see ‘toothed;’

- foliis 3-5-dentatis, with sepals with 3-5 teeth (3-5-dentate).

- margine grosse et sparse dentata, with the margin coarsely and sparingly dentate.

- folia ad margines edentata vel subdentata vel irregulariter dentato-serrata, leaves at the margins without teeth or somewhat dentate or irregularly dentate-serrate.

- discus saepius lobatus v. varie dentatus, the disc more often lobed or variously toothed.

- herbae fruticesve, foliis oppositia alternisve saepius dentatis lobatis dissectis v. compositis (B&H), herbs or shrubs with opposite or alternate leaves that are more often toothed, lobed, dissected or compound.

- folia simplicia, integra, raro dentata (B&H), leaves simple, entire, rarely toothed.

- folia integerrima v. rarius grosse v. remote dentata v. angulato-dentata,(B&H), leaves very much entire or more rarely coarsely or remotely toothed, or angulate-dentate.

- folia magis dentata et venosa (B&H), leaves more dentate and [with large veins].

- sepala 3, rarius 2, distincta v. in calycem 3-lobum v. 3-dentatum coalita, valvata v. rarius imbricata, stigmate bidentato (B&H), sepals 3, more rarely 2, separated or fused into a 3-lobed or 3-toothed calyx, with the stigma 2-dentate.

- folia 2-3-ternata, foliolis integris v. sinuato-dentatis v. spinoso-dentatis, leaves in 2’s or 3’s, with the leaflets entire or sinuate-toothed or spiney-toothed.

- filamenta subulata, longiora non raro unidentata v. arcuata, (B&H), silaments subulate, longer not rarely 1-dentate or arced.

- siliqua orbicularis, margine sinuata v. dentata vel subdentata, silique orbiculare, sinuate or toothed or somewhat dentate on the margin.

- stamina minora interdum intus dentata (B&H), stamens smaller sometimes dentate within; stamina minora basi intus dente aucta, stamens smaller, augmented at the base, inside, with a tooth.

ciliato-dentatus,-a,-um (adj.A): “when the teeth of anything are finely serrated as if fringed” (Lindley).

pectinato-dentatus,-a,-um (adj.A): with teeth arranged like a comb;

- foliis inferioribus petiolatis ovalibus basi pectinato-dentatis (DeCandolle), with the lower leaves petiolate, oval, at the base comblike-toothed.

edentatus,-a,-um (adj.A), edentulus,-a,-um (adj.A): without teeth, without small teeth;

- stamina edentula (B&H), the stamens without denticules.

- stamina edentula v. omnia v. nonnulla appendiculata (B&H), stamens without small teeth or all or some of them appendiculate.

- clinandrium erectum, obliquum, edentulum, the clinandrium erect, oblique, lacking small teeth.

 

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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