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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
nimis (adv.): greatly, too much, excessively, exceedingly, over much, overly, very much, highly; see very (an intensifier);

with a preceding negative: non nimis, not too much, not very, not very much; see much (adv.);

- bacca rubro- purpurea nimis acida (DeCandolle), the berry red-purple, overly sour.

- genus e staminum indole commode in sectiones 4 dividitur, quarum nonnullae ab auctoribus pro generibus habentur. Nimis tamen artificiales sunt, пес habitu consonant (B&H), a genus that is aptly divided into 4 sections, of which some, by authors, are taken for genera. However, they are highly artificial, nor do they agree by their habit.

- genera Clusia, Quapoya, Havetia habitu, existentiae modo, formisque nimis affinia, interna florum fructuumque fabrica nimis ignota (DeCandolle), the genera Clusia, Quapoya, Havetia are too much related in habit, manner of occurrence, and the forms, the internal structure of the flowers and fruits too much unknown.

- MARQUARTIA, videtur Millettia nitida, Benth., staminibus in alabastro nimis juvenili examinatis, perperam liberie dictis (B&H), Marquartia seems [to be] Millettia nitida, Benth., by the stamens examined in a too juvenile bud, falsely said [to be] free [i.e. not fused].

- habet se haec species quodammodo ad carneolam (saltem varietalem ejus), fere ut Clad, pyxidata ad fimbriatam; illae tamen invicem melius distinctae, hae nimis interdum confluentes (Nyl.), this species finds itself to some extent to [Clad.] carneolam (at least a variety of it), almost as Clad. pyxidata is to fimbriata, however the former in turn is better distinguished, the latter sometimes too much running together [i.e.intergrading].

- [fungi] colore pulveris ab argillaceo nimis abludente, laete nimirum sulphureo - flavo (S&A), with the color of the powder highly different from argillaceous [i.e. clay-colored or yellowish-brown], without a doubt a bright sulphur-yellow.

 

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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