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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
hort.: (abbrev.) hortus,-i (s.m.II), garden; see hortus,-i (s.m.II);

NOTE: [often appearing ‘bort.’ in digitized texts];

- v. s. ex hort. Monspel.) (DeCandolle), [v.s.: = vidi siccam] “I have seen it in a dried state” from a garden in Montpellier [southern France]. Monspel. = Monspeliensis.

- in cat. hort. Berol. (DeCandolle), in the inventory of the garden at Berlin [Berol. = Berolinum = Berlin, Germany].

-(v. s. ex hort. Calc. comm. a cl. Lechenault (DeCandolle), [v.s.: = vidi siccam] “I have seen it in a dried state” from the garden at Calcutta, communicated by the eminent Lechenault.

- Ranunculus Ruthenicus Jacq. hort. vind. (DeCandolle), Jacquin Hortus Vindobonensis [Nikolaus Joseph Freiherr von Jacquin[1] or Baron Nikolaus von Jacquin (February 16, 1727 – October 26, 1817): Hortus Botanicus Vindobonensis (3 volumes, 1770–1776) (Wikipedia); Vindobona = Vienna, Austria: adj. vindobonensis (Stearn)].

- ex specim. hort. goett. (DeCandolle), according to a specimen from the [botanical] garden of Göttingen (West Germany) [= Goettinga, also Gottinga].

- Aconitum grandiflorum Fisch! cat. hort. gor. (DeCandolle), Fischer [! = DeCandolle has seen an authentic specimen from the author whose work is cited] catalogus horti gorenkensis ‘catalogue of the garden of Gorenki’ [Friedrich Ernst Ludwig Fischer (1782 – 1854) Catalogue du Jardin des plantes de S.E. Monsieur le comte Alexis de Razoumoffsky ... à Gorenki près de Moscou [Moscow] 1808-1812] [Gorenki = a town near Moscow]; see ‘vidi.’

- [Sinapis hastata] (Desf! cat. hort. par. ed. v. p. I5I. ) (DeCandolle), Desfontaines [! = DeCandolle has seen an authentic specimen from the author whose work is cited] catalogus [i.e. inventory] of the horticultural garden of Paris, edition 5, page 151 [René Louiche Desfontaines (14 February 1750 – 16 November 1833 [Wikipedia]), Catalogus plantarum Horti regii parisiensis], inventory of the plants of the royal Parisian [Botanical] Garden].

- Helianthemum angustifolium in plur. hortis botanicis (v. s.) (DeCandolle), the Helianthemum angustifolium in many botanical gardens (v.s.: vidi siccam, “I have [seen] it in a dried state.”

- Helianthemum angustifolium olim in hort. Reg. Paris (DeCandolle), the Helianthemum angustifolium, at one time in the Royal Botanical Garden of Paris [Hortus regii parisiensis].

- Silene antirrhina hort. matrit. (DeCandolle), the Silene antirrhina of the [Botanical] Garden of Madrid [matrit. = Matritum,-i (s.n.II) = Madritum,-i (s.n.II) = Madrid, Spain.

- Lychnis chalcedonica in hortis culta sub nom. Croix de Jerusalem (DeCandolle), in gardens cultivated under the name [abl. sg. nomine] Croix de Jerusalem.

- patr. ign. olim in hort. culta(DeCandolle), native land unknown [patria ignota (adj.B)] at one time cultivated in gardens [hortis].

- culta in hortum Canar. unde migravit in Europaeos (DeCandolle), cultivated in a garden [or the Botanical Garden of] Canaria,-ae (s.f.I) = Gran Canaria, or the Canary Islands as a whole (Stearn), whence it migrated into European [sc. gardens].

- priori valde affinis et pro ea in hortis saepe admissa (DeCandolle), strongly [i.e. closely] related to the preceding and often admitted for it into gardens.

- variat flore purpureo albo et flavo, saepius in hortis pleno (DeCandolle), it varies with a purple, white and yellow flowers, more often double in gardens.

- L. in hort. cliff. 169 (DeCandolle), Linnaeus in the Hortus Cliffortianus, p. 169.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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