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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
insigniter (adv.), insignite (adv.): remarkably, notably, significantly; see remarkably; strikingly;

- ramis insigniter complanatis, by the branches remarkably flattened.

- corolla insigniter bilabiata, with the corolla remarkably bilabiate.

- petiolis insigniter brevioribus, with petioles significantly shorter.

- sepala membranacea, insigniter costata et mucronata v. acuminata (B&H), the sepals membranaceous, significantly costate and mucronate or acuminate.

- cotyledones insigniter nigro-punctatae, the cotyledones remarkably black-dotted.

- cotyledonibus crassis plumulam saepe insigniter evolutam foventibus (B&H), with the cotyledons thick, enfolding the often remarkably developed plumule.

- embryo in albumine copioso insigniter ruminato parvus v. minutus (B&H), the embryo small or minute, in an abundant albumen that is remarkably ruminate [i.e. uneven as though chewed on].

- stamina insigniter perigyna, antheris dorso affixis (B&H), the stamens strikingly perigynous, with the anthers attached on the back.

- variât insignitor siliqua, nunc brevi lata ovata, nunc longe et anguste lineari, (B&H), it varies significantly by the siique, sometimes short, wide, ovate, sometimes longly and narrowly linear.

 

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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