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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
nonnumquam (adv.), also nonnunquam (adv.) [non numquam]: ‘sometimes;’ opp. numquam (adv.), nunquam (adv.), ‘never;’ see ‘sometimes;’

- cui flores axillares solitarii nonnumquam desunt, for which the solitary axillary flowers are sometimes absent.

- nonnumquam singulis binisve ad commissuras, sometimes single or two at the commissures.

- clavula a stipite satis distincta, nonnumquam sulco unico hinc exarata, intus cava, clavicula well distinguished from the stipe, sometimes from this cause furrowed with a single sulcus.

- pileus mox laeviusculus, mox fibrillis albidis satis dense obsitus, e cinnamomeo in sordide violaceum nonnumquam vergens (S&A), the pileus soon somewhat smooth, soon quite densely beset with whitish fibrils, sometimes approaching from cinnamon into a dirty violaceous [sc. color].

- apice rotundata aut subtruncata, nonnumquam compressa bi - imo trifurca (S&A), at the apex rounded or somewhat truncated, sometimes compressed, bi- at the lowest part, trifurcate.

- pileus nonnumquam pedalis et ultra (S&A), the pileus sometimes a foot long and beyond.

- septis spuriis cum endocarpio continuis transverse divisus, et tunc nonnunquam maturitate in articulos monospermos secedens (B&H), with spurious septa continuous with the endocarp transversly divided, and at that time sometimes at maturity separating into monospermous segments.

NOTE: perpetuo (adv.), semper (adv.): always; saepissime (adv.): nearly always; cf. saepe (adv.), q.v.: often, many times. nonnunquam: see nonnumquam.

 

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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