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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
multoties (adv.): many times; cf. aliquoties (adv.), aliquotiens (adv.): several times;

- pedunculis axillaribus terminalibusque oligocephalis, partialibus capitulo multifloro aliquoties v. multoties longioribus (F. Muller), with the peduncles axillary and terminal few-headed, the secondary [peduncles] several or many times longer than the many-flowered capitulum.

- cellulae alarum versus marginem decrescentes, ipso margine multoties minores (Steph.), cells of the wings toward the margin decreasing, at the margin itself manytimes smaller.

- pinnae trunco multoties angustiores, ambitu late triangulares (Steph.), the pinnae manytimes narrower than the pinnae, in outline broadly triangular.

- dentes apice modo integri, modo fissi, imo etiam non nulli multoties tenuiter incisi (fimbriati) (S&A), the teeth at the apex sometimes entire, sometimes divided, also at the very base some thinly many-times incised.

- foliolum anterius multoties minus, subulatum (Swartz), the anterior leaflet many times smaller, subulate.

- pedunculis folia multoties superantibus (Swartz), with the peduncles many times overtopping the leaves.

 

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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