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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
graviter (adv.); compar. gravius (adv.); superl. gravissime (adv.): weightily, heavily, ponderously; severely, deeply, disagreeably, unpleasantly, offensively, strongly, esp. of taste, smell or disease; heavily, ponderously; strongly, violently; in an impressive or dignified manner, impressively, gravely, seriously, solemnly, to an alarming degree; with propriety or dignity. graviter: with dignity; opp. leviter (adv.), q.v., a little, not much, somewhat, inoffensively;

- graviter spirantis copia thymbrae, an abundance of strongly fragrant thymbra strongly fragrant[i.e. savory, Satureia hortensis (Lewis & Short)].

- (in bad sense) exulceratas nares graviter olentes, a superating nose [or nostrils] emitting a disagreeable odor.

 

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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