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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Hirsuties,-iei (s.f.V), abl. sg. hirsutie: a hairiness with long, tolerably distinct hairs” (Jackson); rough hair-covering;

- cupula extus in aliis hirtiuscula, hirsutie in tomentum basin cingens lignoque irrepens byssino - filamentosum delicatum niveum , dein pallens , demum obliteratum (S&A), the cupule externally in some [sc. species] somewhat hirsute [i.e. roughly hairy], with the hairiness surrounding the base in a tomentum, and on wood [the tomentum] creeping in a delicate snow-white, cottony-filamentous, then growing pale, finally obliterated.

- Tilia hirsutie stellari tomentosa (F. Mueller), Tilia tomentose with with the hair-covering star-like.

- lobis non abrupte acutatis intus hirsutie orbatis (F. Mueller), with the lobes not abruptly acute, inside deprived of a rough hair-covering.

- frutex hirsutie ramosa tomentosus (F. Mueller), a shrub tomentose with a branched [rough] hair-covering.

- [fungi] minime rarum in Capreae foliis emortuis: at propter minutiem paene microscopicam latebrae ejus intra folii hirsutiem difficilius investigantur (S&A), the least rare on the dead leaves of Caprea: and, because of the extremely small, almost microscopic, size of its hiding place among the hair-covering of the leaf, are investigated with more difficulty [Caprea is perhaps an old generic name for Salix caprea L., a willow with strongly hairy leaves].

 

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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