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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
hortulanus,-a,-um (adj.A): pertaining to or belonging to a garden, garden-.
Hortulanus,-i (s.m.II), abl. sg. hortulano: gardener; horticulturist, i.e. one devoted to the science of developing fruits, plants, vegetables, flowers; note that plant taxonomists distinguish their own names of plants, and those of gardeners;

- hortulanorum, of gardeners.

- [Pelargonium] species ad 170, a hortulanis quam maxime multiplícate; 3 in Africa boreali v. in Oriente crescunt (B&H), species up to 170, multiplied as greatly as possible by horticulturists; 3 grow in northern Africa or in the Orient.

- species fere 100 in operibus imprimis hortulanorum enumeratae, a botanicis peritioribus ad 50 v. quae supersunt paucas reducuntur (B&H), the species, numbered around 100 chiefly in the works of horticulturists, by the more learned botanists are reduced to 50 or a few which are superfluous.

- [Sinapis kaber] Hab. in Persia, ex hortulanorum testimonio (DeCandolle), it grows in Persia, according to the testimony of gardeners.

- species apud auctores praesertim hortulanos sat numerosa (B&H), the species among authors, especially gardeners, are quite numerous.

- Silene hispida (Desf! fl. atl. 1. p. 348 , non hortul. ) (DeCandolle), Desfontaines [! = DeCandolle has seen an authentic specimen from the author whose work is cited] Flora Atlantica Vol. 1, page 348, not of gardeners [hortulanorum] [René Louiche Desfontaines (14 February 1750 – 16 November 1833 [Wikipedia]).

- Malva glomerata hortul. (v. v.) (Decandolle), the Malva glomerata of gardeners [v.v.: vidi vivam, “I have (seen) it in the living state”].

- Lagunea angulata hortul. (v. s.) (DeCandolle), the Lagunea angulata of gardeners [hortulanorum] (v.s.: vidi siccam, “I have [seen] it in a dried state”).

- Patr. ign. Aesculus carnea hortnl. (DeCandolle), native land unknown [patria ignota], the Aesculus carnea of gardeners [hortulanorum].

- Dodonaea angustissima (hortul. ) (DeCandolle), Dodonaea angustissima (of gardeners [hortulanorum]).

Prunus hortulana Bailey 'of the garden, of gardeners;' Corallus hortulanus, a South American species of non-venomous snake, the Garden Tree Boa or Gardener’s Snake; Halichoeres hortulanus, Checkerboard Wrasse, a species of fish, found in local commercial fisheries and in the aquarium trade, perhaps once used in garden pools.

 

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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