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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
June: junius,-a,-um (adj.A); (mensis,-is (s.m.III)) Junius; abl. sing. (mense) Junio, ‘the month of Junius (the name of a Roman gens or family, probably relating to the goddess Juno,-onis (s.f.III);

- die 5 Junii, on the fifth day of June.

- alga die 20 Junii lecta, alga on day 20 of June collected.

- laete vigentem habuimus Junio, we have had it joyfully flourishing in June.

- semel, ineunte Junio , in pyris sub dio projectis (S&A), one time, June coming in [i.e. at the beginning of June], on a pear tree out-stretched under the open sky.

- exeunte Junio, at the ending of June, June going out, departing.

- Junio, in January.

NOTE: Junius is an adjective modifying the noun mensis,-is (s.m.II), abl. sg. mense, which is seldom expressed, but only the adjective.

NOTE the specific "time when" or "within which" something happens is expressed by the ablative without a preposition.

NOTE: Junius,-ii (s.m.II), abl. sg. Junio was also a substantive for the month of June (Lewis & Short).

NOTE: the comparative of juvenilis,-e (adj.B), young, is (m.&f.) junior (n.) junius;

- synonymon junius est Jungermannia reclusa Tayl., saltem p. p. (Lindberg), an earlier synonym is Jungermannia reclusa Tayl., at least in part.

 

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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