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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
hirtus,-a,-um (adj.A): hirtous, hairy, hirsute, rather rough or coarse, shaggy; hirtellus,-a,-um (adj.A): minutely hirsute, somewhat shaggy; see shaggy;

- pedicellis calycem aequantibus post anthesin reflexis hirsutis, sepalis externis duobus minoribus minus hirtis, (Boissier), with the pedicels equalling the calyx, after flowering reflexed, hirsute, with the outer sepals two times smaller, less coarsely hairy.

- pedicellis hirto-viscidis (Boissier), with the pedicels hairy-viscid.

- foliisque breviter hirto-glandulosis (Boissier), and with the leaves shortly hirtous-glandulose.

- scapis 3-4-floris patulo-hirtis (Boissier), with the scapes 3-4-flowered, spreading hirtous.

- sepalis dorso hirtis subglandulosis ovatis (Boissier), with the sepals on the back hirtous.

- carpellis hirtis, aristis basi barbatis (Boissier), with the carpels hirtous, with bearded at the base with awns.

Trifolium hirtum, “rough-hairy” (Fernald 1950), an annual herb that is “densely long-villous,” its calyx-tube lustrous-villous” (Fernald 1950).

 

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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