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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
glabrescens,-entis (part.B): glabrescent, which can refer to a state where a surface is beginning to become devoid of hairs, bare or smooth, somewhat hairless;

- folia saepius serrato- crenata, tomentosa v. glabrescentia (B&H), leaves more often serrate-crenate, tomentose or somewhat glabrous.

- herbaee hirsutae v. glabrescentes (B&H), herbs hirsute or somewhat hairless.

- arbuscula glabra v. glabrescens (B&H), tree-like shrub glabrous or almost glabrous.

- herbae fruticesve tomentosae hispidae v. glabrescentes (B&H), herbs or shrubs tomentose, hispid or nearly hairless.

- arbores tenuiter stellato-tomentosae v. glabrescentes (B&H), trees thinly stellate-tomentose or nearly hairless.

 

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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