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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
indigenous: “ native and original to the region” (Fernald 1950); “natural to a country or part of the earth; native” (Ainsworth & Bisby): indigenus,-a,-um (adj.A); opp. inquilinus,-a,-um (adj.A), alien, foreign, introduced; see native (adj.);

- species regionis Mediterraneae indigena, nunc per varias regiones Americae meridionalis inquilina, species a native of the Mediterranean region, now naturalized throughout various regions of South America.

- conspectus fungorum indigenorum, an overview of the native fungi.

- Var. tentaculata in familia nostrii indigena (cf. N. Sj. Go. 62.) inter reliqua specimina sparsim occurrit, the var. tentaculata, native in our family, occurs sparsely among the remaining specimens.

- Native Peach Colonorum. Quandang & Katunga Indigenorum. (F. Mueller), the Native Peach of the of the Indigenous Farmers of Quandang and Katunga.

- ab omnibus speciebus indigenis mihi cognitis primo intuitu jam scapo único dignoscitur (F. Mueller), from all indigenous species known to me, at first glance immediately distinguished by the single scape.

- species in silvis Italiae indigena et hinc in hortos Europae mediae translata, hodie quoque in hortis botanicis culta et passim in nemoribus subspontanea facta, species in woods (abl.) of Italy indigenous and from here into gardens (acc.) of central Europe transpored, today also in botanic gardens (abl.) cultivated and here and there in groves (abl.) subspontaneous made, i.e. naturalized.

- inter species indígenas nulli [dat.sg.] arcte affinis (F. Mueller), among the native species closely related to none.

- Hermaphrodites, in orbe veteri indigenae (DeCandolle), [species] hermaphrodite, native to the old world.

NOTE: Indigena,-ae (s.c.I), abl. sg. indigena: a native, born in a country, indigene, belonging to ones own country; cf. inquilinus,-i (s.m.II), an alien, one who dwells in a place not his own;

NOTE: epithets honoring indigenous peoples often use a noun derived from their native speech; such nouns are often in apposition to the genus name and are indeclinable neuter nouns; see aboriginal name;

- Sphagnum Beothuk Andrus, noun in apposition, native word, abl. sg. Sphagno Beothuk.

- Salvia yukoyukparum Fernández Alonso, gen. & dat. sg. Salviae yukoykparum, from the yuko-yukpa people of South America, using a language belonging to the Carib language family.

 

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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