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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
finely, thinly, delicately: subtiliter (adv.), tenuiter (adv.), tenue (adv.), very thinly, very finely, comp. tenuius (adv.), more thinly, superl. tenuissime (adv.) most thinly or finely;’ cf. leniter (adv.), ‘weakly, mildly, gently, gradually;’ cf. leviter (adv.), ‘slightly, not much, somewhat, lightly, weakly (not heavily or strongly), mildly, q.v.;’ see thinly, weakly;

- rhizoma paleis tenuiter ciliatis onustum, rhizomes laden with finely ciliate scales (pales).

- protoplasmate subtiliter granulari, with the protoplasm finely granular.

- margine cellulis subtilissime crenulatis, on the margin with cells very finely crenulate.

very fine (thin): persubtilis,-e (adj.B), pertenuis,-e (adj.B).

 

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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