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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
foliatus,-a,-um (adj.A): provided with leaves, leaf-bearing, leafy; opp. defoliatus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v., denuded of leaves;

- flores flavi, racemosi v. rarius solitarii, ramulos hornotinos v. fascículos foliatos laterales terminantes (B&H), flowers yellow, racemose or very rarely solitary, terminating the branchlets of the current year or the lateral leaf-bearing fascicles.

- herbae aquatica, rhizomate submerso, folia et scapos unifloros, rarius ramos foliatos natantes emittente. (B&H), aquatic herbs with the submerged rhizome sending out floating leaves and one-flowered scapes, very rarely leaf-bearing branches.

- caules ramosi, mucilagine induti, foliati (B&H), the stems branched, clothed with mucilage, leaf-bearing.

- pedunculi uniflori, in paniculas foliatas saepe dispositi (B&H), peduncles with one flower, often arranged in leaf-bearing panicles.

- racemus brevis v. elongatus, interdum corymbosus, basi saepe foliatus. (B&H), racemes short or elongate, sometimes corymbose, often leafy at the base.

- ramis crassis vix patentibus, nascentibus copióse foliatis (F. Mueller), with the branches thick, scarcely spreading,the nascent ones copiosely leafy.
-foliatus,-a,-um (adj.A), -folius,-a,-um (adj.A): in L. comp., -leaved, q.v.; = Gk. -phyllus,-a,-um (adj.A);

- axillifoliatus, with leaves in the axils; bifoliatus, with two leaves; millefoliatus, with a thousand (great number of) leaves; perfoliatus, with perfoliate leaves; scabrifoliatus, with scabrous leaves; unifoliatus, with one leaf

- alternifolius, with alternate leaves; amplexifolius, with the leaves embracing the stem; bifoliatus,-a,-um, bifolius,-a,-um, with two leaves; filifolius, with thread-like leaves; filicifolius, with fern-like leaves; graminifolius, with grass-like leaves; integrifolius, with entire leaves; linearifolius, with linear leaves; oppositifolius, with opposite leaves; paucifoliatus, with few leaves; quinquefolius, with 5 leaves; tenuifolius, with thin leaves; unifoliatus, unifolius, one leaved.

- caulis 1-foliatus, apice racemosus (B&H), the stem one-leaves, racemose at the apex.

- coronopifolius, with the leaves of the genus Coronopus; empetrifolius, with the leaves of Empetrum; erucifolius, with the leaves of Eruca; persicifolius, with the leaves of Persica; prunifolius, with the leaves of Prunus; sonchifolius, with leaves like Sonchus; taraxacifolius, with leaves like Taraxacum;

- ramuli spiniformes fasciculato-foliati, the branchlets in the shape of spines, fasciculate-leaved.

NOTE: the connecting vowel of the prefix -folius is -i-;

- albifolius, with white leaves; argentifolius, with silver leaves; grandifolius, with large leaves; longifolius, with long leaves.

NOTE: the Greek suffix is -phyllus (adj.A); see -leaved.

 

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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