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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
geminus,-a,-um (adj.A), gemellus,-a,-um (adj.A): born at the same time, twin-born, paired;

- floribus monoicis solitariis geminis ternisve, masculis breviter femineis longe et tenuiter pedicellatis (F. Mueller), with the flowers monoicous, paired or three at a time, the masculine shortly, the feminine longly and thinly pedicellate.

- folliculi ad 4 poll. longi solitarii v. rarius (ex eodem calyce) gemini (F. Mueller), the follicles to 4 inches long, solitary or very rarely (from the same calyx) paired.

- spathas interdum ad axillas geminas, saepius tamen more

affinium solitarias, the spathes sometimes paired at the axils,

however, more often by the custom of its relatives, solitary.

- calyce 5-dentato minuto, carpidiis geminis ovatis rostratis (F. Mueller), with the calyx 5-dentate, minute, with the carpidia paired, ovate, rostrate.

- spicis geminis axillaribus sessilibus cylindraceis densifloris (F. Mueller), with the spikes paired, axillary, sessile, cylindric, densely flowered.

- pedunculis axillaribus solitariis v. geminis patentibus calyci aequilongis (F. Mueller), with the peduncles axillary solitary or paired, spreading, the same length as the calyx.

- pedicellis florum f•mineorum ad basin articulatis solitariis geminisve (F. Mueller), with the pedicels of the female flowers jointed at the base, solitary or paired.

- floribus monoicis solitariis geminis ternisve (F. Mueller), with the flowers monoicous, solitary, paired or in threes.

- floribus dioicis, masculis fasciculatis rarius geminis solitariisve breviter pedicellatis (F. Mueller), with the flowers dioicous, the males ones in fascicles, very rarely paired or solitary, shortly pedicellate.

- seminibus in loculis subgeminis lucenti-nigris (F. Mueller), with the seeds somewhat paired in the cavities, shining-black.

- anthera magna, adnata, longitudinaliter bipartita, ut quasi gemina (Swartz), the anthera large, adnate, longitudinally in two parts, as if paired.

- sem. gemina (Swartz), seeds (semina) paired.

bini, binae, bina (adj. num. distr. plural, adj.A), gen. pl. binum: two, two each, two apiece, two at a time; a set of two, paired; the two, both; with substantives that are used only in the plural; of things that match, as oxen in a yoke;

- filis binis [= geminis] vel forsan quaternis, with the filaments doubled or perhaps in fours.

trigeminus,-a,-um (adj.A): tergeminate, trijugate, compound with three orders of leaflets, each order bifoliolate.

 

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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