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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
nonnihil (adv.): not much, somewhat, a little;

- fructibus nonnihil reticulatis, with fruits somewhat reticulate.

- [lichen] apothecia satis parva (latti. 0,5 millim. vel nonnihil ultra) (Nyl.) the apothecia quite small (0.5 millimeters in length or somewhat beyond).

- lobis saepius nonnihil imbricatis (Nyl.) with the lobes more often a little imbricated [i.e. overlapping].

- [lichen] sporae cylindraceae, saepius nonnihil curvatae, (Nyl.), the spores cylindric, more often a little curved.

- [lichen] granula gonima saepe plura cohaerentia, coerulescentia, majuscula, oblongo-globulosa vel nonnihil irregularis (Nyl.), the gonimous granules often many, fusing, [sky-]bluish, rather large, oblong-globulose or somewhat irregular.

- [lichen] apothecia biatorina fusco-rufa, urceolata, margine dilutiore (interdum nonnihil connivente) (Nyl.), apothecia biatorine, blackish-brown to red, urceolate, with the margin paler (sometimes somewhat connivent [i.e. converging by not fusing into a whole].

- [lichen] subtus in speciminibus magnis nonnihil nervoso-rugosus (Nyl.), beneath, in large specimens, somewhat veined-rugose [i.e. wrinkled].

- [lichen] thallus niger, interdum nonnihil caesio-pruinosus, glebuloso-congestus (Nyl.) the thallus dull black, sometimes somewhat [lavender-]blue-bloom, densely glebulose [i.e. with rounded elevations].

- [Ephebe; lichen] Cl. Bomet nonnihil dubitat quin sit rite distincta a praecedente. Major, robustior quam praecedentes (Nyl.), the eminent Bomet somewhat doubted whether [the species] might be correctly distinct from the preceding one. Larger, more robust than the preceding [sc. species (pl.)].

- [lichen] thallus fusco-niger vel niger coralloideo-granulosus, glebuloso-diffractus, supra nonnihil pulvinatus (Nyl.), thallus grayed-brown or grayed-black, coralloid [i.e. with branching processes]-granulose, glebulose [i.e. with rounded elevations]-diffractus [i.e. appearing cracked into small areas], above somewhat pulvinate [i.e. convex, cushion-like].

- [lichen] ellipsoideae utroque apice nonnihil acuminato-attenuatae (Nyl.), spores ellipsoid, on each side at the apex somwhat acuminate-attenuate.

 

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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