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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
exsurgens,-entis (part.B): rising up, arising [> L. exsurgo,-surrexi, 3. to rise up, rise, get or stand up; recover strength, recuperate]; syn. surgens,-entis (part.B), q.v.;

exsurgit: third-person singular present active indicative, [he/she] it arises, rises up;

- ubi Taurus ab Indico mari exsurgit, when Taurus rises up from the Indian Ocean.

- fungi vernales ab solo exsurgentes, springtime fungi rising up from the soil.

- frondes a radice exsurgentes, frongs rising up from the root.

- brevis aevi fungus post imbres vernales, rarius aestivales, laete exsurgens paucos durat dies, a fungus of short lifespan after vernal showers, more rarely summer ones, happily rising up it lasts a few days.

- [fungi] membrana cuivis individuo propria parvula orbiculari fibrillosa alba stipes exsurgit (S&A), the stipe arises from a special, rather small, orbicular, fibrillose, white membrane, for any particular individual whatever.

 

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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