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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
neutiquam; ne utiquam (adv.): “by no means, not at all, absolutely not, in no wise; not altogether, not entirely, not exactly, not quite” (Lewis & Short); = neutique (adv.); = haud (adv.); = neutique (adv.); see not;

- colore excepto neutiquam dissimilis (S&A), with the exception of the color, it is in no wise dissimilar.

- habitat super foliis fruticis vel sylvestris vel hortensis passim , neutiquam rara (S&A), it dwells above on the leaves of shrubs either of forest [i.e. wild] or of gardens all over, not at all rare.

- non tantum in truncis ramisque dejectis putredine tactis vulgaris est; sed et in foliis aliisque quisquiliis humi jacentibus udis, neutiquam rara habetur (S&A), not only on the trunks and fallen branches touched by putrefaction is it common, but also on leaves and other dejecta fallen down on moist soil it is considered not altogether rare.

- planta per totum annum neutiquam rara, a plant throughout the whole year not at all rare.

- eligit sibi ligna humentia putredine emollita imprimis pinea et abiegna, quae neutiquam rara incolit vere et aestate (S&A), it chooses for itself moist woods softened with rot, in particular pine [i.e. Pinus] and fir [i.e. Abies], which it inhabits, being not at all rare in spring and summer.

- non tantum in truncis ramisque dejectis putredine tactis vulgaris est; sed et in foliis aliisque quisquiliis humi jacentibus udis, quibus basi mucida laxius tantum adnata loco facile movetur, neutiquam rara habetur (S&A), not only is it common on fallen trunks and branches touched with rot; but also on wet leaves and other litter fallen on the ground, [to which things] at the mucid base [it is] more loosely so little adnate [that] it is easily removed from its place, it is considered not at all rare.

- sed stromate genuino carens, sphaerularumque forma ac superficie varietati vulgatae nimis propinqua, specie separari neutiquam potest (S&A), but lacking a genuine stroma, and by the shape of the sphaerulae and by the surface, it is too near to the common variety, it is not at all possible to separate it from the species.

- nascitur locis cum praecedente iisdem, minus quidem frequens illa, neutiquam tamen rara (S&A), it is born in the same places as the preceding, yet it is less frequent than that one, but it is not at all rare.

- tribus duas primarias commode admittit genus civium neutiquam inops (S&A), the genus conveniently accommodates two primary tribes, not at all destitute of citizens [i.e. of member species = congeners].

NOTE: frequently used with double negatives: e.g. (species) neutiquam dissimilis, neutiquam infrequens, neutiquam rara, (species) hardly dissimilar, not quite infrequent, not exactly rare, i.e. species similar, frequent, common.

 

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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