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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
littoral, in English, uses the double ‘t;’ botanists use either the single or double ‘t:’ littoralis,-e (adj.B), litoralis,-e (adj.B), littoreus,-a,-um (adj.A): pertaining to the seacoast, seashore or beach, coastal; near shore, especially of the sea (salt-water), “affected by waves and coastal currents” (WIII); “of, relating to, or being the biogeographic zone that includes 1. the intertidal and eulittoral regions n a seacoast or 2. the marginal part of a body of fresh water extending downward to the limit of rooted vegetation” (WIII);

- in silvis litoralibus Australiae orientalis (F.Mueller), in coastal forests of eastern Australia.

- in tractu litorali prope portum Lincoln (F. Mueller), in the coastal region near Port Lincoln.

- in ramis arborum ad sinum litoreum Moreton Bay (F. Mueller), on the branches of trees on the coastal bay Moreton Bay.

- in arundinetis paludosis tractus litoralis inter sinus Botany Bay et Moretón Bay (F. Mueller), in swampy reed associations of the littoral region between the bay of Botany Bay and Moreton Bay.

- in plaga paludosa litorali inter sinum regis Georgii et ostium fluvii Gordon detexit (F. Mueller), detected in the swampy coastal region between the bay of king George and the mouth of the Gordon River.

- species 1 v. 2, sylvaram littoralium Nov. Guineae et Ins. Philippinarum incolae (B&H), species 1 or 2, a dweller of the coastal forests of New Guineae and the Philippine Islands.

- in silvis litoralibus Australiae orientalis inter gradus 22-28 latitudinis australis (F. Mueller), in coastal forests of eastern Australia between degrees 22-28 of south latitude.

- in tractu litorali prope portum Lincoln (F. Mueller), in the coastal region near port Lincoln.

Potentilla litoralis, a plant of the coast of Maine and New Hampshire.

NOTE: the noun in texts is indicated by the absence of the ‘l’ in the adjective (littoralis,-e (adj.A) vs. littus,-oris (s.n.III).
littoral, in English, uses the double ‘t;’ botanists use either the single or double ‘t:’ littoralis,-e (adj.B), litoralis,-e (adj.B), littoreus,-a,-um (adj.A): pertaining to the seacoast, seashore or beach, coastal; near shore, especially of the sea (salt-water), “affected by waves and coastal currents” (WIII); “of, relating to, or being the biogeographic zone that includes 1. the intertidal and eulittoral regions n a seacoast or 2. the marginal part of a body of fresh water extending downward to the limit of rooted vegetation” (WIII);

- in silvis litoralibus Australiae orientalis (F.Mueller), in coastal forests of eastern Australia.

- in tractu litorali prope portum Lincoln (F. Mueller), in the coastal region near Port Lincoln.

- in ramis arborum ad sinum litoreum Moreton Bay (F. Mueller), on the branches of trees on the coastal bay Moreton Bay.

- in arundinetis paludosis tractus litoralis inter sinus Botany Bay et Moretón Bay (F. Mueller), in swampy reed associations of the littoral region between the bay of Botany Bay and Moreton Bay.

- in plaga paludosa litorali inter sinum regis Georgii et ostium fluvii Gordon detexit (F. Mueller), detected in the swampy coastal region between the bay of king George and the mouth of the Gordon River.

- species 1 v. 2, sylvaram littoralium Nov. Guineae et Ins. Philippinarum incolae (B&H), species 1 or 2, a dweller of the coastal forests of New Guineae and the Philippine Islands.

- in silvis litoralibus Australiae orientalis inter gradus 22-28 latitudinis australis (F. Mueller), in coastal forests of eastern Australia between degrees 22-28 of south latitude.

- in tractu litorali prope portum Lincoln (F. Mueller), in the coastal region near port Lincoln.

- arbores littorales tropicae seminibus intra pericarpium cum stirpe matre cohaerens germinantibus et radices in terram agentibus singulares, trees coastal tropical remarkable by the seeds within the pericarp attached to the mother plant germinating and roots into the earth driving (Stearn).

Potentilla litoralis, a plant of the coast of Maine and New Hampshire.

NOTE: the noun in texts is indicated by the absence of the ‘l’ in the adjective (littoralis,-e (adj.A) vs. littus,-oris (s.n.III).

 

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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