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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Nigritia,-ae (s.f.I): former name of the Sudan; nigritanus,-a,-um (adj.A), nigritianus,-a,-um (adj.A): sudanese, of the Sudan;

- species 1 v. 2 Africae tropicae (Nigritana ab Abyssinica vix diversa videtur). (B&H), species 1 or 2, of tropical Africa (it seems Sudanese, from Abyssinican scarcely different). TO DISTR

- in Santo-Domingo ubi verosimiliter. a Nigritis introducta (DeCandolle), in Santo-Domingo where most likely introduced by the Nigritoes (Negroes).

NOTE: “The term Negrito refers to several ethnic groups of the Australoid race who inhabit isolated parts of Southeast Asia;” ‘Negrito is indicated as being a diminutive of Negro, as these people have a shorter stature (Wikipedia, Aug. 2014).

Cacalia nigritana, of the Sudan; Gutenbergia nigritiana .

 

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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