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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
iens, gen. sg. euntis (irreg. part. B): going [> L. present participle of eo, ivi or ii, infinitive ‘ire:’ to go, “of every kind of motion of animate or inanimate things), to walk, ride, sail, fly, move, pass, etc.” (Lewis & Short); cf. subiens, gen. sg. subeuntis, ‘undergoing;’
         singular                   plural 
nom.     iens                  euntes (n. euntia) 
gen.     euntis                euntium 
dat.     eunti                 euntibus 
acc.    euntem (n. iens)     euntes (n. euntia) 
abl.     eunti (e)             euntibus
- iens in medium lamellarum, going into the middle of the lamellae (in + acc.).

- succo per nervos eunte, with the juice going through the veins.

- sporis ex capsula euntibus, with the spores passing from [i.e. going from] the capsule.

 

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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