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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
jubens,-entis (part.B): desiring, entreating, approving; designating [> l. jubeo, jussi, jussum 3.: to bid, tell, command, to order one to do something; to wish, entreat, desire; to order, decree, approve; appoint, assign, designate; to approve, ratify; to designate, appoint, assign;]

jubent, 3d. pers. pl. pres. act. indic. they desire, entreat, approve, designate;

- [infinitive as gerund (nom.sg.]) OBS. habitus & fructus a Verbenis separare jubent plantam válde singularem, quae species est GHINIAE (Swartz),Observation: the habit and fruit justify separating the strongly singular plant, which is a species of Ghinia, from Verbena species.

- Inter Celtis species hanc quoque locandum esse, jubent flores monoici, Calyx absque squamis petaloideis, styli duo, et fructus (Swartz), the monoicous flowers, the calyx lacking petal-like scales, the two styles, and the fruit command that this also is to be placed among the species of Celtis.

- Gomphrenis adnumerandam esse, jubent omnes partes floris, praeter Stylum simplicem, qui in Gomphrenis aliis semibifidus (Swartz), all parts of the flower direct that, in addition to the unbranched style, which is in other halfway bifid [species], it is to be numbered with [i.e. included with] the Gomphrenas.

- [RHUS Cominia.] Corolla, nectaria, numerus, germen didymum, stylus bifidus, COMINIAM a RHOE separare jubent (Swartz), the corolla, nectaria, the number, the double ovary, the bifid style direct separating COMINIA from RHUS.

 

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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